Southlands College, University of Surrey, Roehampton, United Kingdom
In the light of the events of 11th September and the
aftermath, what is the educational response to terror?
What is/should be the role of schools in helping children
understand conflict? How do teachers help young people
deal with fear and achieve inner peace? What can
schools do to promote tolerance and good relations
between members of different ethnic and faith groups?
Isn't it time we took Peace Education seriously? These
questions are at the heart of next year's conference.
Professor Alan Smith: UNESCO Chair in Education for
Pluralism, Human Rights and Democracy, University of
Neil Hawkes: Senior Advisor for Curriculum and
Robin Richardson: Director, Runnymede Trust;
Professor Ursula King, Director, Centre for Comparative
Studies in Religion and Gender, University of Bristol.
Offers of papers and symposia on any aspect of PSHE
and Citizenship, SMSC and Peace Education would be
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