The field of Peace Education emerged after World War I and II when educators began to teach topics of peace
In this article, the authors discuss the concept of ‘everyday peace’ as a peace education framework. Co-created with the study
In this article, the author provides a concept of interrupting cycles of violence spreading across generations by connecting collective/historical memory
Peace education, in theory and practice, adapts to the context in which it is practiced. In conflict areas, peace education
Over the last 20 years, public education systems have suffered budget cuts, regimented curriculum, high-stakes standardized testing and cuts to
When people are excluded from government power or representation, they are more likely to resort to acts of terror to address or avenge their grievances.
Photo credit: Ben Schumin This analysis summarizes and reflects on the following research: Stephan, M. J. (2015). Civil Resistance vs.
Once violent conflict is underway, political barriers and high social and economic costs limit constructive options of violence prevention.
Individuals are more likely to choose nonviolent methods in response to the unacceptable consequences of violence done by their government.