Best Practices of Non-Violent Conflict Resolution in and out-of-school

In 2001, the Education Sector of UNESCO launched an initiative calling for "best practices" for conflict resolution in the field of formal and non-formal education, and requested partners to contribute to this work by informing about their experience in the prevention and transformation of conflicts. This publication aims to inform teachers, trainers, educators, parents, youth and students who, one way or another, are confronted with violence in the school or in non-formal community education, and are looking for practical solutions. The intention of UNESCO in this project is not only to inform them what is best internationally in terms of education for peace and non-violence, but above all to supply concrete pedagogical tools to prevent and transform the violence with which they are confronted on a daily basis at work. It is hoped that this publication will contribute in concrete terms to the promotion of peace and non-violence for children of the world, to which the United Nations and UNESCO have
dedicated the Decade 2001-2010.

Published 2011-08-18

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Publication year
2002
Format
pdf, 78p.
Rights
©UNESCO, January 2002
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Our thematic areas
AdvocacyChild Participation

Document Information

Publication year
2002
Format
pdf, 78p.
Rights
©UNESCO, January 2002
Creative Commons License
None
Our thematic areas
AdvocacyChild Participation