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“Write for Rights” on International Human Rights Day

December 10th has been declared “Human Rights Day.” Although human rights must be recognized every day, having a day in the year to draw attention to issues of human rights can be a way to promote discussion and action. Continue reading

Classroom Activities Using Applied Peace Linguistics

Can drawing awareness to different phrases and expressions help language learners promote peace? What role does creative writing and poetry have in peacebuilding? How can we use applied linguistics to learn to communicate more peaceably? Dr. Francisco Gomes de Matos is emeritus professor at Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, in Recife, Brazil, and has written about … Continue reading

50 Links For Learning & Teaching English

All language educators have their go-to websites. This annotated list of links may have some new ones to add to yours!

Women as Leaders and Peacemakers Infographic

Alliance for Peacebuilding posted a helpful infographic on Women as Leaders and Peacemakers. This could be a discussion starter in a class, or an example for students to make their own infographic on another peace-related topic.

Peace and Justice Digital Resources at Wayne State University

This collection of resource lists for adults and youth is hosted by the Citizens for Peace: Peace and Justice Digital Resource Center at Wayne State University. Continue reading

Peace, Peacebuilding and Peacelearning online resources

Peace, Peacebuilding and Peacelearning is an online resource developed by the National Peace Academy as an introduction to peace education for children, youth, and adults…. Continue reading

New book: Exploring Theological English

Exploring Theological English is a new resource for higher level English learners to build skills for reading theological materials… Continue reading

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