A Reflection on War and Peace for International Peace Day

. Prof. Dr. Greg Simons Institutional Filiation: Uppsala University, Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies e-mail: [email protected]  . This is intended as a reflection on peace, its cultivation and its greater significance. International Peace Day, which is celebrated on the 21st of September each year, is a highly symbolic and value rich event. In […]

Learning to Live Together: Experiences from Education Systems in the Asia-Pacific Region

Aliénor Salmon Research Assistant, Education Policy and Reform Unit. UNESCO Bangkok – Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education. E-mail: [email protected]  . Ramya Vivekanandan-Rodrigues Programme Specialist, Education Policy and Reform Unit. UNESCO Bangkok – Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education. E-mail:  [email protected]  . Abstract: Peace has stood at the core of UNESCO’s mandate since its […]

My Mom Is Part of a Long Line of Many Women With Big Hearts, Smiles and Endowed with Great Courage!

Sonia Colasse Author the children bilingual book: “The Adventures of Enzo” e-mail: [email protected] website: www.soloinfinty.com/enzo Français version   When I look at her, she expresses a life filled with adventure, full of emotion, sometimes grief and misfortune, but I keep in my memory her bursts of laughter and her happiness. However, I also know that before arriving […]

Human Right of Women a Grey Stand

Rita Eluwade Author of the book “Trafficked Women- a Problem of Vulnerability without Rehabilitation” E-mail: [email protected] . Human right laws still remain a grey stand when it comes to women. I will be focusing on two areas: human trafficking and human rights laws for women and girls.  Human rights of people should depicts freedom to […]

Global Learning Academy: Wish List

Rubina Ali Chariperson at Global Learning Academy [email protected]  /  www.globallearningacademy.org . Lets see where it all began. I was living in USA(25 years) with my daughter and son and had no clue on how tough life is in the third world. As I went through the divorce and lost the luxury of having family, events, […]

Education on the Frontline. By Irina Bokova.

    Article by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO for Global Education Magazine “Education on the Frontline” January 2013 . . . . Official photo, Director-General, Irina Bokova – There are today 28 million primary school-age children, and as many or more young people, living in conflict areas and denied the chance to learn. This […]

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Peacebuilding and Trauma Trasformation. Is sustainable peacebuilding possible without addressing and transforming trauma?

Cvijeta Novakovic Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding Specialist in Bosnia and Herzegovina [email protected] Abstract: The role of past in lives of people is significant: according to an ancient philosophy, people walk in front of the past, while the unknown future stays  behind of them. Hard experiences of conflict, war and trauma have inevitable and negative impact […]

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