From Commitment to Action -4 January 2011

Following the United Nations Study on Violence againt Children, Religions for Peace and Unicef initiated an inter-religious reflection and dialogue that led to the 2006 "Multi-religious Commitment to Confront Violence against Children" (the Kyoto Declaration). The Kyoto Declaration is a testament to the shared recognition of the inherent dignity and value of children. It also calls all religious communities to join in an alliance to protect and promote the well-being of children.

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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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les Religions -6 January 2011

La religion joue un rôle capital pour des millions de personnes.Croire en Dieu, ou en plusieurs Dieux donne un sens et un but à leur vie. Croyances, doctrines et textes sacrés sont leurs guides moraux, et les chefs religieux qui dispensent les enseignements deviennent parfois leurs modèles.

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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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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School have been transformed; the schools of a few decades ago seem outdated by centuries.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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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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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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