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Day: December 11, 2019

Experts meet in Thailand for the adaptation of the LTLT manual to middle childhood

As part of the two-year-long process of adapting the Learning to Live Together manual to the ages of 7 to 11, a second annual meeting of the expert group took place in Bangkok, Thailand on 18 and 19 October 2019. The meeting was an opportunity for experts to discuss the findings of the first seven …

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Arigatou International participates in 10th World Assembly of Religions for Peace

Arigatou International participated in the 10th World Assembly of Religions for Peace that took place from 20 to 23 August in Lindau, Germany. Under the theme “Caring for our Common Future ̶ Advancing Shared Well-being,” the Assembly brought together 900 senior religious leaders, youth and women of faith from 125 countries, as well as 100 …

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Pilots for the adaptation of the LTLT Programme come to an end

After running workshops in seven countries around the world, the pilots for the adaptation of the Learning to Live Together Programme to Middle Childhood came to an end after completing the three last pilots in Tanzania, in July, and in India and Ecuador in August 2019, and reaching a total of 250 children from several …

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Animated film is launched to award child-led project in Coimbatore

The Coimbatore Peace Festival, organized by Shanti Ashram in India, was the scenario for the premiere of the animated short film about one of the winners of the Learning to Live Together Global Awards. The festival was held in August 2019 and it was a unique opportunity for hundreds of people to get to know …

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LTLT manual launched in Bahasa, another step towards scaling up the Programme in Indonesia

As part of a commitment towards scaling up the Learning to Live Together Programme at the national level in Indonesia, the manual was officially launched in Bahasa during a ceremony that took place in Jakarta on 29 July 2019. Since 2012, the LTLT Programme has reached over 1,000 children in more than 30 schools throughout …

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Learning to Live Together Programme implemented in 30 schools in Kenya, as part of a peacebuilding intervention

Since May 2019, teachers in the counties of Baringo and Elgeyo-Marakwet, in Kenya, have been systematically implementing the Learning to Live Together Programme among students from 30 schools, following the Teachers Activity Book developed for the implementation process.

This is the outcome of the 4-days Facilitator Training Workshop help in April 2019, for 64 teachers on the use of the LTLT Programme. The workshop was organized by World Vision Kenya, and KNATCOM, with the technical support of Arigatou International – Geneva.

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