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A brief Overview -6 January 2011

the Montessori approach has the greatest flexibility in permiting individual lessons and progress, while still retaining group sessions at no expense to the individual child. This publication gives a brief over view of this system of education, dealing with its principles, results and practical requirements

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Child Education -6 January 2011

School have been transformed; the schools of a few decades ago seem outdated by centuries. Concepts oh education follow out the new trend of gentlness and forbearance both at home and in school in dealing with the children

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Cumbre Mundial de Innovación para la Educación en París

Arigatou International- Ginebra asistió a la Cumbre Mundial de Innovación para la Educación, o WISE@Paris, la cual se llevó a cabo en París los días 20 y 21 de febrero de 2019. WISE (Por sus siglas en inglés) es una plataforma internacional, multisectorial para el pensamiento creativo, el debate y la acción propositiva para nuevos enfoques en la educación, lanzado en 2009 por la Fundación Qatar.

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Diversity & Citizenship -4 March 2011

Citizenship education has come a long way and we saw examples of outstanding practice. Capturing and replicating that expertise in all schools is a challenge. Many teachers are unsure of the standards expected in Citizenship. This is not surprising, given that it is such a young statutory subject and that many teachers have no specific Citizenship training. There is huge variation in the amount and quality of citizenship provision in schools, partly attributed to the flexible or ‘light touch’ approach, which schools interpret widely. This ‘light touch’ also presents significant difficulties for Ofsted inspections, which show that almost all schools claim they provide some of their Citizenship across the curriculum; yet most of these schools do not prioritise citizenship objectives

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Education and Peace -6 January 2011

The question of peace connot be discussed properly from a merely negative point of view, as politics ordinarily regards it, in the narrow sense of advoiding war and resolving conflicts between nations without recourse to violence

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Games for Actors and Non Actors -6 January 2011

Games for Actors and Non-Actors is the classic and best-selling book by the founder of Theatre of the Oppressed, Augusto Boal. It sets out the principles and practice of Boal's revolutionary method, showing how theatre can be used to transform and liberate everyone - actors and non-actors alike!

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General Comments of the Committee on the Rights of the Child -17 May 2010

*Includes CD with Concluding Observations *Includes General Comments No. 1- No. 8 (2001-2006): The Aims of Education; The Role of Independent National Human Rights Institutions in the promotioon and protection of the rights of the child; HIV/AIDS and the rights of the child; Adolescent Health and Development in the contesxt of the Convention on the Rights of the Child; Treatment of Unaccompanied and Separated Children; Implementing child rights in Early Childhood; The right of the Child to protection from corporal punishment and other cruel or degrading forms of punishment *Includes other materials for the CRC at 18

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Higher Education Teachers from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia Get Trained on Transformative Pedagogy for Peace and Resilience Building and Prevention of Violent Extremism

A second round of the advanced online training of trainers on “Design and Delivery”for higher education teachers was held on 15 – 18 February 2021. This time, the workshop was carried out in French and Arabic language, reaching 25 participants from the northern African countries of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.

These online workshops are being organized together with the UNESCO International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa (IICBA), in the framework of the Higher Education on Peace and Resilience Building and Prevention of Violent Extremism project.

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How to be a Perfect Stranger; vol 1 -7 January 2011

These are just a few of the basic, very practical questions answered in "How to Be a Perfect Stranger": A lively, straightforward guide to the basic service and ceremonies af all major religions and denominations in America, it is based on information obtained directly from each of them

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Human Rights Education in the school Systems of Europe, Central AHuman Rights Education in the schoo -6 January 2011

Human Rights Education in the school Systems of Europe, Central Asia, and North America: A Compendium of Good Practice aims to support quality teaching in these areas ans to inspire educational policymakers (those working in education ministries and local school boards) and administrators, teachers, teachers training, non-formal educators and all other interested actors, as well as to facilitate networking ant the exchange of experience amoung education profisionals

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La Liberté, c'est quoi? -5 January 2011

une première initiation au questionnement à tous les enfants qui se posent des questions importantes sur eux-mêmes, la vie, le monde. Une collection indispensable pour les adultes qui souhaitent leur offrir un dialogue plutôt que des réponses toutes faites!

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Panel Discussion in Tunis: Another Perspective on Migration and the Role of Education in Resilience

This year marks the 70th anniversary since the adoption of the Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations General Assembly. It is in this context that the Ninth International Forum of NGOs, in partnership with UNESCO, took place in Tunis, from 26 to 27 September. The Conference was hosted by the Arab Institute for Human Rights, with the theme ‘Another perspective on Migration’, which aimed to discuss human mobility and its impacts on building sustainable peace and development.

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Reflecting on the Role of Education in Promoting Learning to Live Together Among Migrant, Refugee and Host Communities in Europe: The SOLIDARITY Project is Launched

The online module “SOLIDARITY: An ethical imperative for advancing the role of education in migrant and refugee inclusion in Europe," kicked off on 17 March 2021, gathering 98 participants from Europe and beyond.

Under the title "The role of education in promoting learning to live together among migrant, refugee and host communities in Europe," this first session aimed at building a dialogue on the role of education in strengthening coexistence and interconnectedness between people from different backgrounds, and to promote learning to live together among migrant, refugee and host communities in Europe.

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The Absorbent Mind -6 January 2011

this achievment by a being born with great potentialities, yet so weak in body, so lacking in all the usual faculties of the mind that he may almost be called a zero, and who after no more than six years already surpasses all other species, is indeed one of the greatest mysteries of life

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The Discovery of the Child -6 January 2011

The Mental revelations of little children place to live in an environment created to meet their inner needs have revealed forms of works, a capacity for perseverance, qualities of obedience and calmness and an intellectual progress which have not been met with before.

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Towards an Inclusive Peace Education Framework to Restore Relationships

In July 2018, the Caux Forum convened a series of training workshops under the thematic Towards an Inclusive Peace which addressed the topic of Restoring Communities and Advancing justice. The workshops looked at the topic of reintegration of those who have been radicalized and are either being prosecuted or returning voluntarily to their communities, through a restorative justice lens.

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what do we mean when we say sacred? -2 March 2011

Culture is critical to the survival and development of s people. The value of culture as an element of resistance to foreign domination cannot be overmphasized. That is because of the fact that culture is the vigorous manifestation of the material and historical reality of the society. Culture is simultaneously the fruit of a people's history and a determinatant of their history.

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What you should know about your child -6 January 2011

If education is aid to life, two conclusions are inevitables. The first conclusion is that education must begin with begining of life itself. The second conclusion is that education must assume an aspect very different from the one it has assumed for ages: education can no longer retain the form of mere teaching with which it has been synonymous up to the present

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Youth who Shine with the Light of God -7 January 2011

Youth is one of the most wonderful times of life. It is a time when everything in life is new and filled with a sense of wonder and discovery. every place we visit, everything we see, can be a new experience that will remain with us for the rest of our lives. Youth is the time when we learn what really intersts us, what we really enjoy doing. It is the time when we make friends who, with luck, will still be our friends when we are old and retired

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