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Peace Lessons Final

Peace Lessons Final

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peace lessons
 from Around the World 
 
 andrea s. libresco jeannette balantic
co-editors 
Produced in Cooperation with the International Advisory Committee of the Global Campaignfor Peace Education
HAGUE APPEALFOR PEACE
 
co-editors
 Andrea S. Libresco
and
Jeannette Balantic 
PRODUCED IN COOPERATION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL ADVISORYCOMMITTEE OF THE GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FOR PEACE EDUCATIONcopy editor
Gloria Levitas
coordinator, global campaign for peace education
Hélène Leneveu
initial acquiring editor
Kathleen Freis
assistant
Sabrina Esufali
design
Laurel Marx Design
printer
Town Crier 
HAGUE APPEAL FOR PEACE IS GRATEFUL FORTHE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF
The Ford FoundationRobert and Fran BoehmThe Arsenault Family FoundationOlof Palme Minnesfond  Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Compton Foundation  Stewart R. Mott Charitable TrustSamuel Rubin Foundation  The Simons FoundationNorwottock Foundation  CarEth FoundationLoretto Community Rissho Kosei Kai  General Board of Global MinistriesUnited Methodist Church  Tides Canada Foundation Exchange Fund of Tides Foundation Robin LloydSteven Grand-JeanRuthie RistichWade Greene  M.E. Pratt, bookbinderand several anonymous donors
FOR INFORMATION ON THE HAGUE APPEAL FOR PEACE ANDITS GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FOR PEACE EDUCATION
HAGUE APPEAL FOR PEACE
777 united nations plaza, third floor,new york, ny 10017 u.s.a.tel: + 1.212.687.2623hap
@
haguepeace.org
is book, with additional resources, may be found on the web:
www.haguepeace.org
HAGUE APPEAL FOR PEACE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
cora weiss
 
presidentmargaret melkonian
 
vice presidentgeorge f. saddler
 
treasurerphon van den biesen
 
secretarycolin archermary-wynne ashford m.d.william paceadele simmonsjennifer allen simonsherman spanjaard m.d.peter weiss
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEEOF THE GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FORPEACE EDUCATION
ghassan abdullah
 
Palestine
 
co-chairlina attel
 
 Jordan
azril bacal
 
Peru/Sweden
amada benavides
 
Colombia
betty burkes
 
United States
alicia cabezudo
 
 Argentina
 
loreta castro
 
Philippines
 idi cheffou
 
Niger 
margaret dabor
 
Sierra Leone
manuel dios diz
 
Spain
 elisabeth evans-risco
 
Peru
kathleen freis
 
United States
meg p. gardinier
 
United States
irma k. ghosn
 
Lebanon
 magnus haavelsrud
 
Norway
 anne halvorsen
 
Norway
 thavoty huot
 
Cambodia
catherine odora-hoppers
 
South Africa
linda lantieri
 
United States
olivia martin
 
Spain/U.K.
kathy matsui
 
 Japan
 lalita ramdas
 
India
 betty reardon
 
United States
adina shapiro
 
Israel
 
co-chairelton skendaj
 
 Albania
gopal krishna siwakoti
 
Nepal
 philip thomas
 
Switzerland 
 gvetjan veshaj
 
 Albania
alyn ware
 
New Zealand 
barbara wien
 
United States
werner wintersteiner
 
 Austria
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD
karamat ali
 
Pakistan
walden bello
 
Thailand 
alejandro bendana
 
Nicaragua
 humberto brown
 
United States
 kevin p clements
 
 Australia
jonathan dean
 
United States
irina grushevaya
 
Belarus
 masahida ota
 
 Japan
admiral ramu ramdas (ret.)
 
India
michael renner
 
United States
 
CONTENTS
4
Credits and Acknowledgements
5
Conceptual Introduction to the Lessons
Betty A. Reardon
7
Preface
Kader Asmal 
9
Editors’ Notes on Methodology 
 Andrea S. Libresco and Jeannette Balantic 
STRAND I ROOTS OF WAR/CULTURE OF PEACE12
 
lesson 1
Elements of a Peaceful Society 
17
 
lesson 2
Structural Violence: Barrier to Peace?
20
 
lesson 3
The Seville Statement and the Science of Hope
26
 
lesson 4
Television Violence
STRAND II INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN & HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND INSTITUTIONS31
 
lesson 1
International Law and Prevention of War
40
 
lesson 2
Evaluating Women’s Rights
48
 
lesson 3
Is There a Human Right to Sustainable Development?
55
 
lesson 4
Children’s Mock Parliament
STRAND III CONFLICT66
 
lesson 1
The Hague Agenda for Peace and Justice for the 21st Century 
71
lesson 2
Perspective-Taking and Common Ground
78
 
lesson 3
Nonviolent Resistance Movements
86
 
lesson 4
Traditional Ways: Lessons for Building Peace Today – A South African Case Study 
STRAND IV DISARMAMENT AND HUMAN SECURITY
95
 
lesson 1
Town meeting: A Forum for Redefining Security 
101
 
lesson 2
How Our Government Spends Our Money: Human Security versusNational Security 
106
 
lesson 3
Banning Landmines
116
 
lesson 4
Taking Action for a Nuclear-Weapons-Free World
127
Afterword
Cora Weiss 
130
Tirana Call for Peace Education
132
Contributors
138
Resources
 A Ten-Question Guide to Constructing Your Own Peace Lesson
,as suggested by 
Betty A. Reardon
139
References for Peace Educators

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