Peace, Literature, and Art

Edited by : Ada Aharoni,

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, The S. Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, PCC: The Peace Culture and Communications Commission of IPRA, Israel

Peace Culture Required for Sustainable Global Development

Ada Aharoni, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, The S. Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, PCC: The Peace Culture and Communications Commission of IPRA, Israel

Women in the Pursuit of Peace

Ada Aharoni, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, The S. Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, PCC: The Peace Culture and Communications Commission of IPRA, Israel

Universal Obstacles to Peace Education

Sara Zamir, Ben-Gurion University, Eilat., Israel

Peace Education: Definition, Approaches, and Future Directions

Ian M. Harris, Department of Educational Policy and Community Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

The Construction of a New Culture of Peace Through Literature and Art

Maria Cristina Azcona, IFLAC ARGENTINA, Argentina

Peace Through Literature and Culture - An Oriental Perspective

Li Dingjun, College of Foreign Languages and Literature, Fudan University, China

Peace Through Literature and Culture - An Oriental Perspective

Yang Hongsheng, Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Social Sciences, China

Hungering for Peace

Rose Lord, USA

Creating Partnership Organizations

Cynthia E. King, Communication Catalysts, USA

IFLAC Paves the Way to Peace

Celine Leduc, Canada

A Hero for the Twenty-First Century

Jacqueline Haessly, Peacemaking Associates and The Milwaukee Peace Education Resource Center, USA

Regenerating, Renewing, Reviving the Heart of Human Society

Hilarie Roseman, Australia

Interfaith Encounter in the Service of Peace

Yehuda Stolov, The Interfaith Encounter Association, Israel

Peace Education through Literature

Maria Cristina Azcona, IFLAC ARGENTINA, Argentina

Promoting a Culture of Peace

Jacqueline Haessly, Peacemaking Associates and The Milwaukee Peace Education Resource Center, USA

Peace Humour with Particular focus on Vietnam and Iraq

Christopher A. Leeds, France

Dignity: Cornerstone of the Culture of Peace

Carolyn Handschin-Moser, Switzerland

Hungering for Peace Part II: The Ongoing War Against Hunger

Rose Lord, USA

Conflict Care: Preventive-Curative-Recuperative Dimensions

S.P. Udayakumar, South Asian Community Center for Education and Research (SACCER), India

Nonkilling Global Society

Glenn Durland Paige, Center for Global Nonviolence, USA

Using Peaceful Language: From Principles to Practices

Francisco Gomes de Matos, Brazil America Association, Brazil

Valuing Peace

Jacqueline Haessly, Peacemaking Associates and The Milwaukee Peace Education Resource Center, USA

Equality - Development - Peace Women 60 Years with the United Nations

Hilkka Pietilä, Associated with Institute of Development Studies, University of Helsinki, Finland

Resolution of Family Conflicts Through Literature

Maria Cristina Azcona, IFLAC ARGENTINA, Argentina

Understanding Nonviolence in Theory & Practice

Ralph Victor Summy, The Australian Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies, The University of Queensland, Australia

Towards a Definition of Intercultural Dialogue

Aviva Doron, The University of Haifa, Israel

 
 


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