5 edition of Education for a culture of peace in a gender perspective found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Betty A. Reardon.|
|Series||Teacher"s library, Teacher"s library (Paris, France)|
|LC Classifications||JZ5534 .R43 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||2002424426|
Culture of Peace Description and Background By David Wick, Pathways To Peace & CPI Team Leader February 6, A culture of peace has been a dream and hope for human beings for thousands of years, even though different words may have been used. In the last half of the 20th Century a more precise focus and. Peace education is the process of acquiring the values, the knowledge and developing the attitudes, skills, and behaviors to live in harmony with oneself, with others, and with the natural environment.. There are numerous United Nations declarations on the importance of peace Information Age Publishing. ISBN Chapter details; and Page, James S. () 'Chapter 9: The United.
Peace 26 Culture of peace 29 Violence 29 Conflict 30 Non-violence 31 Coexistence 31 Peace education 31 Provention 33 5. Key concepts: Brief introduction to the theoretical framework 38 Organizing and situating an education center for . symbolic interactionist perspective on education. focus on classroom communication patterns and education practices, such as labeling, which affect students' self-concept and aspirations does not have a "sacred" book; final goal is to reach state of nirvana. Because cultural capital is essential for acquiring an education, children with.
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Education for a culture of peace in a gender perspective. Paris: UNESCO Pub., © (OCoLC) Online version: Reardon, Betty. Education for a culture of peace in a gender perspective.
Paris: UNESCO Pub., © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Education for a Culture of Peace in a Gender Perspective. Reardon, Betty A. The goal of this study unit on education for a culture of peace in a gender perspective is to assist teachers in their efforts to educate caring and responsible citizens, open to other cultures, able to appreciate the value of freedom, respectful of human dignity and differences, and able to prevent conflicts or resolve them by nonviolent by: Education for a culture of peace in a gender perspective.
Paris: UNESCO. MLA Citation. Reardon, Betty. and Unesco. Education for a culture of peace in a gender perspective / Betty A.
Reardon UNESCO Paris Australian/Harvard Citation. Reardon, Betty. & Unesco. Education for a Culture of Peace in a Gender Perspective Birgit Brock-Utne 1, 2 International Review of Education vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: 1. Gender equality is both one of the eight domains of the United Nations Program of Action on a Culture of Peace, and also an important component of each of the others.
It is both an important goal on its own, in terms of justice for women, and an important contribution to the promotion of peace.
This chapter looks at gender equality in both of those contexts, as an important human rights goal for women, and as a Cited by: 2. Gender and education for a culture of peace in Central Africa 3 BACKGROUND S.
ituations of armed conflict and periods of post-conflict reconstruction in Cen-tral Africa pose specific challenges to achieving gender equality and the protection of women’s rights. Exclusion of and discrimination against the latter in. Culture8, Multicultural Education as Social Activism9, Re-Inventing Japan10, and Education for a Culture of Peace in a Gender Perspective In addition, the findings are supported by several.
13 approach to training emulates the approach envisioned by one of the foremost peace edu - cators, Professor Betty Reardon, the author of many peace education works, such as Educating for Human Dignity (), Tolerance-The Threshold of Peace (), and Education for peace in the gender perspective ().
Rationale for textbook review and analysis from a gender perspective The Project’s expected contribution to revising textbooks in Viet Nam 2. Quality learning, gender mainstreaming and the role of textbooks Quality learning Gender mainstreaming in education ‘Sex’ and ‘gender’ Gender differences.
book review Libérons-nous du féminisme [Let’s liberate ourselves from feminism/Let’s get rid of feminism] by Berenice Levet, Paris, Editions de l’observatoire,pp., €18 (paperback), ISBN peace.
Culture of peace will provide the bedrock of support to a stable, progressing and prospering world for all. The adoption inby the UN General Assembly, of the Declaration and Programme of Action on Culture of Peace [ UNGA resolution number 53/] was a watershed event.
Nine-month long negotiations that I had the honour to chair led to. GENDER PERSPECTIVE IN PEACE INITIATIVES: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES construction of the biological categories Gender describes the characteristics that a society or culture delineates as masculine or feminine.
The gender concept has been used in research as an analytical tool to draw attention to the way in which gender differences. This book explores the key role of gender in peace research, conflict resolution and international politics. Rather than simply 'add gender' the aim is to transcend different disciplinary boundaries and conceptual approaches to provide a more integrated basis for future study.
adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Some evidence also underlines a parent-child ideological exchange , familial gender perspectives , cultural gender norms , religious legacy , and interventions of the home state.
Peace may depend on educating future generations into the competencies, perspectives, attitudes, values, and behavioral patterns that will enable them to build and maintain peace in 21st century.
Appears in 14 books from Page eliminating gender disparities in primary and secondary education byand achieving gender equality in education bywith a focus. Text and context: Evaluating peace agreements for their 'gender perspective' Authors/editor(s): Christine Bell Since approximatelypeace processes involving the negotiation of formal peace agreements between the protagonists to conflict have become a predominant way of ending violent conflicts, both within and between States.
peace education known as environmental education that explains the principles of living sustainably on this planet. By the beginning of the twenty-first century, peace educators concerned about civil and domestic forms of violence have developed a new form of peace education known as conflict resolution education.
All these different forms of. A Gender Perspective on Peace Education and the Work for Peace. Brock-Utne, Birgit. International Review of Education, v55 n p May This article offers a gender perspective on peace education and the work for peace.
To what extent are girls and boys in our society being socialised equally or differently when it comes to learning. the historical journey to peace from a global perspective. Global Peace Culture from Historical Perspective The idea of a global culture of peace has become very necessary at a time when globalization is swallowing all aspect of human life in the twenty first century.
Unfortunately, the reality of the global social problems faced by.-Gender as a Tool for the Analysis of the Human Security Discourse in Africa (Heidi Hudson) -Exporting Feminism (Jean Bethke Elshtain) -The Ethics of War - for Men Only?
(Henrik Syse) -An Analysis of Peace and Development Studies as well as Peace Education from a Feminist Perspective. This edited volume, authored by scholars, students, and activists, focuses on how peace educators at the collegiate level can more effectively address gender and sexuality.
Chapters focus on the classroom and the campus at large, and emphasize the importance of interdisciplinary practice, thoughtful approaches that offer both challenges and.