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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: .. HAGUE APPEAL.. for.. PEACE.. Home.. About Us.. GCPE.. HAP Resources.. Network.. History/Archives.. Tirana Call.. GCPE Newsletters.. Peace Lessons.. Peace Lessons from Around the World.. Other Books.. Peace and Disarmament Education.. Time to Abolish War.. Learning to Abolish War:.. teaching toward a culture of peace.. Contact Us.. e-Mail: info@peaceboat-us.. org.. Tel: 212-687-7214.. Fax: 212-661-2704.. Home.. Peace education.. is a participatory holistic process that includes teaching for and about democracy and human rights, nonviolence, social and economic justice, gender equality, environmental sustainability, disarmament, traditional peace practices, international law, and human security.. PEACE LESSONS FROM AROUND THE WORLD - ready to order, ready to use.. Dear readers,.. , 16 lessons based on the four strands of the Hague Agenda for Peace and Justice for the 21st Century, has arrived and you can order it for $25.. by filling in the order form.. To download it, Please click.. here.. These lessons have been edited for educators by Andrea Libresco and Jeannette Balantic in cooperation with the International Advisory Committee of the Global Campaign for Peace Education.. There is also a wonderful forword by South Africa's former Minister for Education, Kader Asmal, a lesson on how to create your own peace lesson by Prof.. Betty Reardon,  ...   and Peru with the United Nations Department for Disarmament, to help change mindsets and sustain the removal of small arms.. The mission of the Hague Appeal for Peace is in transition to the wonderful new organization, Peace Boat-US.. You can reach them at.. info@peaceboat-us.. or go to their website, which is being constructed,.. www.. peaceboat-us.. We salute each of you who is doing something to move from the culture of violence which has defined the past century and the beginning of this new century, to a culture of peace which must define the rest of this century so there can be a safe, peaceful and just future for our children and grandchildren and theirs.. This website will remain, but will not be changed save for the addition of new peace lessons.. Peace Boat-US will continue our work and add their own also in the interest of reaching peace with justice for all.. We will not disappear, just move on, and are grateful that a younger generation of experienced wonderful people will continue this rewarding and important work from our office.. Cora Weiss, President.. for the Hague Appeal for Peace.. Copyright 2003-2005 Hague Appeal for Peace.. Designed and Developed by.. Yusufali N.. Asgerally..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: Who we are.. |.. Vision.. Accomplishments.. | |.. Cora Weiss.. About Us.. Hague Appeal for Peace.. The Hague Appeal for Peace is an international network of organizations and individuals dedicated to the abolition of war and making peace a human right.. The Global Campaign for Peace Education.. was launched at the Hague Appeal for Peace conference in May 1999.. After the conference, Hague Appeal for Peace took the responsibility of coordinating the Campaign..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: How we work.. IAC.. Global Campaign for Peace Education (GCPE).. The need.. How the campaign works.. Campaign statement.. The need:.. The Global Campaign for Peace Education (GCPE) seeks to develop the capacities, in teachers and learners, to face challenges of unprecedented proportion: the continued development of weapons of mass destruction, armed conflicts between states and ethnic groups, the spread of racism, gender inequality, community violence, the huge and widening gap between the rich and the poor throughout the globalized economy, massive violations of human rights and the degradation of the environment.. Top.. How the campaign works:.. This initiative intends to foster the culture of peace in communities around the world.. It has two goals.. First, to build public awareness and political support for the introduction of peace education into all spheres of education, including non-formal education, in all schools throughout the world.. Second, to promote the education of all teachers to teach for peace.. Campaign Statement:.. A culture of peace will be achieved when citizens of the world  ...   member states of UNESCO in 1974 and reaffirmed in the Integrated Framework of Action on Education for Peace, Human Rights and Democracy in 1995.. Yet, few educational institutions have undertaken such action.. It is time to call upon ministries of education, educational institutions and policy makers to fulfill the commitments.. A campaign to facilitate the introduction of peace and human rights education into all educational institutions was called for by the Hague Appeal for Peace Civil Society Conference in May 1999.. An initiative of individual educators and education NGOs committed to peace, it is conducted through a global network of education associations, and regional, national and local task forces of citizens and educators who will lobby and inform ministries of education and teacher education institutions about the UNESCO Framework and the multiplicities of methods and materials that now exist to practice peace education in all learning environments.. The goal of campaign is to assure that all educational systems throughout the world will educate for a culture of peace..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: GCPE Newsletters Archive.. Resources > HAP Resources.. Publications.. Peace Lessons from Around the World - Hi resolution image of the cover.. Peace Lessons from Around the World - Order Form.. Additional Peace Lessons from Around the World - WEB EXCLUSIVE!.. Peace and Disarmament Education - Contact Information.. Time to Abolish War: Youth Manual created by Youth for Youth..  ...   3.. Russian.. Arabic.. Book.. Albanian.. Book 4.. French.. Peace Lessons.. Bye Bye war.. Select tracks from the HAP CD.. Cora Weiss (President of Hague Appeal for Peace).. Kofi Annan (UN Secretary-General).. Noeleen Heyzer, UNIFEM and Queen Noor of Jordan.. Kofi Annan: Don't Give Up.. The Hague Agenda for Peace and Justice in the 21st century.. Italian.. Spanish.. Chinese.. Norvegian..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: Endorsers.. Network > Endorsers.. Global Campaign for Peace Education Endorsing Organizations.. International Organizations.. International Association of Educating Cities.. International Association of Educators for Peace.. International Association of Educators for World Peace.. International Teacher.. International Youth Cooperation (The Hague).. Living Values: An Educational Programme.. Mandate the Future/Worldview International Foundation (Colombo).. Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Woman s Association.. Peace Boat.. Pax Christi International.. Peace Child International.. Peace Education Commission.. International Peace Research Association.. UNICEF.. UN High Commissioner for Refugees.. Youth for a Better World International.. National and Local Organizations.. Act 1 Presentations (USA).. ActionAid Ghana.. All Pakistan Friendship and Peace Council (All Pakistan Youth Wing).. Amnesty Nepal, Group-81.. Aotearoa-New Zealand Foundation for Peace Studies.. ASEPaix, Association Suisse des Educateurs à la Paix (Switzerland).. ASHTA NO KAI (India).. Asociacion Respuesta (Argentina).. Association of Young Azerbaijani Friends of Europe.. Assumption College (Philippines).. Awareness One (Nigeria).. Azerbaijan Women and Development Centre.. Big Brothers Big Sisters- Kerryville (USA).. Buddha s Light Universal Welfare Society (BLUWS) (Bangladesh).. Canadian Alliance for Youth and Children s Rights (CAYCR).. Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace.. Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiations.. CEAL- Ciudardes Educadoras America Latina (Argentina).. CEDEM-Centre d Education et de Developpement pour les Enfants Mauriciens (Mauritius).. Center For Globalization Studies, University BK (Serbia, FR Yugoslavia).. Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies (CRPS) (Philippines).. Center for Peace Education, Miriam College (Philippines).. Center for Peace, Justice and Integrity of Creation (Philippines).. Centre for the Study of Forgiveness and Reconciliation (United Kingdom).. Centre for the Study of Peace (Ireland).. CETAL- Network Culture of Peace (Sweden).. CEYPA-Civic Education Youth Programme in Albania.. Child and Women Rights Society (Bangladesh).. Children and Peace Philippines JMD Chapter.. City Montessori School (CMS, India).. Concord Video and Film Council (UK).. Concerned Youth for Peace (CONYOPA, Sierra Leone).. Canossian Schools in the Philippines.. Cosananig Organisation (Nigeria).. Creative Response to Conflict (USA).. Culture for Peace Foundation (Spain).. CRAGI, Conflict Resolution and Global Interdependence (USA).. D@dalos Sarajevo Association for Peace Education.. Développement Rural par la Protection de l'Environnement et Artisanat (Cameroon).. Don Bosco Educational Association of the Philippines DBEAP.. Education for Peace Institute  ...   Education and Peace (Greece).. Jane Addams Peace Association Inc (USA).. Jigyansu Tribal Research Centre (India).. Khmer Youth Association (Phnom Penh).. Kids Meeting Kids (USA).. Landegg International University (Switzerland).. League In Friendship Endeavour (India).. Learning and Development (Kenya).. Lebanese American University Center for Peace and Justice Education.. Mandate the Future (Sri Lanka).. Multiethnic Children and Youth Peace Centers (MCYPC) (Kosovo, FR Yugoslavia).. National Federation of UNESCO Associations of Nepal.. Narvik Peace Foundation (Norway).. NDH-Cameroon and African Network of Grassroot Democracy.. Nepal Institute for United Nations and UNESCO.. Nepal National UNESCO Academy.. Network Culture of Peace (CETAL) (Sweden).. Nova, Centro para la Innovacón (Spain).. Office of Peace in Horn of Africa OPIHA (U.. A.. E.. /Somalia).. Pan-African Reconciliation Council (Nigeria).. Parbatya Bouddha Mission (Bangladesh).. Partnerships and Exchanges Programme for Development (Togo).. Pax Christi Flanders (Belgium).. Pax Educare- The Connecticut Center for Peace Education.. Paz y Cooperación (Spain).. Peace 2000 Institute (Iceland).. Peace Advocates Zamboanga (Philippines).. Peace Education Academy of Nepal.. Peace Education Center (United States).. Peace Education Institute (Finland).. Peace Pledge Union (UK).. Peace Project Africa (South Africa).. Peace Research Centre (Cameroon).. Peace Research Institute-Dundas (Canada).. Peaceful Solution Society of Ghana.. People s Parliament (Leskovac, Yugoslavia).. Philippine Action Network on Small Arms PHILANSA.. Plowshare Center (USA).. Proyecto 3er.. Milenio (Argentina).. Quaker Peace and Service (UK).. Research Academica for Humanism and Jaiprithvi (RAFHAJ, Nepal).. Rights Works (USA).. Robert Muller School (USA).. Sakha Ukuthula (South Africa).. Samaritan Public School (India).. Save the World (Nepal).. Seminario Galego de Educacion para a Paz (Spain).. Service Civil International-International Voluntary Service (SCI-IVS USA).. Significant Music (Canada).. Society For Democratic Reforms (Azerbaijan).. Society for Human Development (Bangladesh).. Support Center for Associations and Foundations (Belarus).. Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society.. Teaching for Peace Workshop (Denmark).. Triratna Welfare Society (Bangaladesh).. Vientos del Sur (Argentina).. United Nations Association of New Zealand.. United Nations of Youth Foundation (The Netherlands).. Unesco Etxea (Spain).. Winpeace (Women s Initiative for Peace, Turkey).. World Commission for Peace Human Rights Council (Pakistan).. World Voices (UK).. Youth Approach for Development Cooperation (Bangladesh).. Young Christian Students of Nigeria.. Youth Forum For Peace and Justice (YFPJ-Zambia)..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: Conference of '99.. Conference Speeches.. Press Archive.. Conference photos.. Speeches by Cora Weiss.. Tirana Conference.. History > 1999 Conference.. Why.. Who.. Where.. When.. What.. Conference of 99.. Civil Society held the largest international peace conference in history on May 11-15, 1999, the centenary of the First Hague Peace Conference in The Hague, Netherlands.. Nearly 10,000 people from over 100 countries gathered in The Hague's Congress Center in response to an appeal launched by the International Peace Bureau (IPB), the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA), and the World  ...   war and creating a culture of peace in the 21st century.. The project was led by an Organizing Committee made up of roughly 30 international organizations.. The purpose of The Hague Appeal for Peace 1999 was to raise in a serious and realistic way, questions as to whether or not at the end of the bloodiest century in history, " humanity can find a way to solve its problems without resorting to arms, and is war still necessary or legitimate given the nature of weapons currently in arsenals and on drawing boards worldwide, and can civilization survive another major war?"..

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    Descriptive info: History > Tirana Conference.. THE TIRANA CALL FOR PEACE EDUCATION.. haguepeace.. Peace education prevents violence and builds a culture of peace in the midst of injustice, war and all forms of terrorism.. Thus concluded representatives of ministries of education, intergovernmental, and civil society organizations convened by the Hague Appeal for Peace on October 20-23, 2004 in Tirana, Albania.. We are inspired by the powerful results of the United Nations Department for Disarmament Affairs and Hague Appeal for Peace partnership program for peace and disarmament education in Cambodia, Peru, Niger and Albania.. These four pilot projects are succeeding remarkably in integrating peace education into their national systems of education.. We experienced the impact of the Albanian program in the city of Gramsh, where the entire community, including the mayor, has embraced peace and disarmament education.. We call.. on all ministers of education, regional, and local authorities to replicate these achievements, exchange experiences, and integrate peace education into all pre-school, primary and secondary school systems, tertiary institutions, and teacher training programs.. on our colleagues to commit to the dissemination of examples of these successful programs throughout the world, and to give a special emphasis to non-formal, informal, youth and community-based education.. Peace education is a participatory holistic process that includes teaching for and about democracy and human rights, nonviolence, social and economic justice, gender equality, environmental sustainability, disarmament, traditional peace practices, and human  ...   Albania, Argentina, Austria, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Israel, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, Netherlands, Niger, Norway, Palestine, Peru, Philippines, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA.. Signed by:.. Education Ministry Representatives.. Dr.. Thiab Ayyoush, Palestine.. Gabi Baramki, Palestine.. Darcy Calderon Rojas, Peru.. Abdourahamane Daouda, Niger.. Abass M.. Collier, Sierra Leone.. Mao Veasna, Cambodia.. United Nations Representatives.. Michael Cassandra, UN DDA.. Ambassador Anwarul K Chowdhury, Under-Secretary-General and High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States.. Civil Society Representatives.. Albanian Center for Peace and Disarmament Education.. Cambridge Peace Commission.. Center for Peace Education, Miriam College.. Center for Peace and Justice, Lebanese American University.. Center for Study and Work on Latin America (CETAL).. Educating Cities, Latin America.. EDUCA, Peru.. EURED.. Fundacion Escuelas De Paz.. Galician Seminar of Education for Peace.. Global Youth Action Network.. Hague Appeal for Peace GCPE.. International Baccalaureate Organization.. International Peace Agency, Brazil.. International Peace Bureau.. IALANA.. IPPNW.. Kenya Youth Foundation.. Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives Uppsala Network on the Culture of Peace.. Middle East Children s Association.. Mision Rescate: Planeta Tierra, Mexico.. National Committee For Democracy and Human Rights, Sierra Leone.. Norwegian Peace Alliance.. Peace Boat Global University.. Peace Brigades International.. Stockholm University Institute of International Education.. Teachers College Peace Education Center, Columbia University.. UNOY Peacebuilders.. Working Group for Weapons Reduction, Cambodia.. Youth Network for Peacebuilding, UNESCO..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: Resources > GCPE Newsletter Archive.. 2006.. February 2006.. January 2006.. 2005.. December 2005.. November 2005.. October 2005.. September 2005.. August 2005.. July 2005.. May 2005.. April 2005.. March 2005.. February 2005.. January 2005.. 2004.. December 2004.. November 2004.. September-October 2004.. July 2004.. May-June 2004.. April 2004.. February 2004.. January 2004.. 2003.. November-December 2003..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: About Us > Who we are.. Board of Directors.. Cora Weiss, President.. Margaret Melkonian, Vice President.. George F.. Saddler, Treasurer.. Phon van den Biesen, Secretary.. Colin Archer.. Mary-Wynne Ashford M.. D.. Adele Simmons.. Jennifer Allen Simons.. William Pace.. Herman Spanjaard M.. Peter Weiss.. Staff.. Kathleen Tordini Program Director.. Helene Leneveu - Program Associate.. Asad Rizvi - Intern.. International Advisory Board.. Karamat Ali, Pakistan.. Walden Bello, Thailand.. Alejandro Bendana, Nicaragua.. Humberto  ...   Masahida Ota, Japan.. Admiral Ramu Ramdas (Ret.. ), India.. Michael Renner, United States.. Honorary Committee.. Professor Norman Borlaug.. Mairead Maguire Corrigan.. Adolfo Perez Esquivel.. Rev.. Theodore M.. Hesburgh.. Hans Koschnik.. His Holiness the Dalai Lama.. Bernard Lown.. Graca Machel.. Rigoberta Menchu-Tum.. Her Majesty Queen Noor.. Shimon Peres.. Jose Ramos-Horta.. Professor Joseph Rotblat.. Oscar Arias Sanchez.. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.. Maj-Britt Theorin.. Archbishop Desmond Tutu.. Elie Wiesel.. Jody Williams.. Christa Wolf..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: About Us > Vision.. Our Vision.. It was the worst of centuries and the best of centuries.. The past 99 years have seen more death, and more brutal death, from war, famine, and other preventable causes than any other time span in history.. They have seen the tender flame of democracy snuffed out again and again by crazed dictators, military regimes and colossal international power struggles.. They have seen the widening of the gulf between the favored of the earth and the wretched of the earth and the growing callousness of the former toward the latter.. But the years have also witnessed the power of the people to resist and overcome present oppression as well as age-old prejudices of gender against gender, race against race, religion against religion, and ethnic group against ethnic group.. These years have witnessed an explosion of scientific and technical knowledge which make possible a decent life for all who inhabit this planet, the formulation of a set of universal rights which, if taken seriously, would translate that possibility into reality, and the infancy of a system of global governance which, if allowed to grow, could guide this transition.. We, members and representatives of people's organizations from many cultures and spheres of society, mindful of the dual history of this century, issue the following appeal to ourselves  ...   in short, complete the work of the Peace Conference held in The Hague a century ago by returning to the vision of general and complete disarmament which flickered briefly on the world stage after the last World War.. This will require new structures for peace and a fundamentally strengthened international legal order.. Specifically, let us find the moral, spiritual and political will to do what our leaders know must be done but cannot bring themselves to Abolish nuclear weapons, land mines and all other weapons incompatible with humanitarian law, Abolish the arms trade, or at least reduce it to levels compatible with the prohibition of aggression enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations; Strengthen humanitarian law and institutions for the period of transition to a world without war; Examine the causes of conflict and develop creative ways of preventing and resolving conflict; and overcome colonialism in all its forms and to use the tremendous resources liberated by an end or reduction of the arms race for the eradication of poverty; neocolonialism; the new slavery; and the new apartheid; for the preservation of the environment; and for the benefits of peace and justice for all.. In pursuing these goals, let us commit to initiating the final steps for abolishing war, for replacing the law of force with the force of law..

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  • Title: Hague Appeal for Peace
    Descriptive info: About Us > Accomplishments.. Collaborative effort (1996 - 1999) to bring together 10,000 individuals and organizations in the Hague, Netherlands, which launched 12 campaigns worldwide to foster nonviolent alternatives to war.. Established a website that provides.. peace education curricula, translations of curricula in various languages.. channel of communication for international network.. Increased partnerships to disseminate information and resources to over 15,000 people.. Published teacher training manuals including.. Learning to Abolish War: Teaching toward a culture of peace..  ...   peace educators (2004 was held in Tirana, Albania).. Partnered with Ministries of Education in Africa, Asia, Europe, New Zealand and South America.. Formed a unique partnership project with the UN Department for Disarmament Affairs to integrate disarmament and peace education programs in both formal and nonformal settings of Albania, Cambodia, Niger and Peru which have been adopted by each of their Ministries of Education.. Conducted over 200 workshops and presentations in classrooms, communities, national and international fora..

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