peace culture

Teaching and learning about Culture of Peace

alenka Evropa

JM Chair dr. Nada Trunk  in the last year worked a lot on the projects and activities related with solidarity and the concepts of social inclusion. When participating at PIConf in malta (October 2019) https://piconf.net/https://piconf.net/2019/proceedings.pdf, she met also Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President Emeritus of Republic of Malta when she discussed  about Policies and Ethics of Social Inclusion and the Cultural Diversity. She was also presenting her involvement in the first “World Forum for Culture of Peace” organized by the Al-Babtain Cultural Foundation on June 13, 2019, at the International Court of Justice (Palace of Peace) in the Hague, Netherlands.

JM Chair later established contact with dr. Abdouli Touhami, the general director of Al-Babtain Cultural Foundation, who prepared and published 17 “Manuals” to teach the culture of peace (from kindergarten to elementary schools, high schools and universities) https://www.worldfcp.org/manuals. They plan to work together on this topics – to promote the culture of peace, in the framework of different projects and also in preparing the master program with Pegaso international higher education institution from Malta.

The 2nd Edition of the World Forum for Culture of Peace will be held in Malta under the auspices of His Excellency the President of Malta George Vella on 5-6 November 2020, https://www.worldfcp.org/programs. According to its title “Leadership for Peace”, the Forum will aim to be a practical step ahead to explore and setup institutional mechanisms, educational programmes, tools and action plans for the development of leadership competences in order to achieve the overall goal which is “Just Peace” and enduring stability of relations between peoples.