Posted on 30 May 2013.
30 May 2013 – A key component of the Peacebuilding Education and Advocacy programmme will be how early life experiences can set the state for future, positive interactions. Latest neuroscienctific research on early childhood development is rooted in neurobiology, affiliative bonding, parent education and early learning. These latest insights highlight the significance and nature of early childhood interventions and their potential for peacebuilding.
The Ecology of Peace: Formative Childhoods and Peace Building, A Conceptual Framework – SLIDES
Posted on 07 December 2011.
© UNICEF Nepal/2011
A case study on Nepal is part of the UNICEF research project on Education and Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict Contexts. Other case studies include Lebanon and Sierra Leone.
By Shimali Senanayake
NEW YORK, United States, 7 December 2011 – Education can play a key part in the prevention and transformation of violent conflicts. In an effort to investigate what role UNICEF can play to realize this mission, a team of researchers presented their global findings at a brown-bag discussion on Friday, titled “Education and Peacebuilding in Conflict-Affected Contexts.”