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Peace, Intercultural Dialogue and Global Citizenship Education through School Radio
Transcript of Peace, Intercultural Dialogue and Global Citizenship Education through School Radio
Schools can integrate these priorities throughout their curriculum, developing creative activities and celebrating internationally-recognized days through School Radio.
Unesco site: "Peace in our Hands"
Unesco Brochure “A new cultural policy agenda for development and mutual understanding. Key arguments for a strong commitment to cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue”: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002147/214747e.pdf
Recognising at once the universality of humankind, the multiplicity of world views, the variety of social identities and the diversity of cultural belongings is indeed indispensable to overcome national fixations, ethnic narrow narratives and instrumental ways of perceiving the world, and to redefine our relationship with the environment.
The culture of peace and non-violence is a commitment to peace-building, mediation, conflict prevention and resolution, peace education, education for non-violence, tolerance, acceptance, mutual respect, intercultural and interfaith dialogue and reconciliation.
“Peace, intercultural dialogue and global citizenship education through school radio”
In the new, turbulent international globalised landscape, a central idea emerges: sustainable development calls to rethink our relationship to the economy, to society and
How young people perceive and express their vision of peace and
Director-General, Irina Bokova :
“Peace is more than the absence of war, it is living together with our differences – of sex, race, language, religion or culture – while furthering universal respect for justice and human rights on which such coexistence depends”.
The emerging and future challenges of humankind do require collective responses, implying the kind of solidarity that can result only from a culture of peace, non-violence and dialogue which condenses “that which binds” cultures and societies to each other and from within.
A culture of peace fosters sustainable development since it is aimed at helping people cope resiliently and creatively with ethical, cultural, political, environmental and other
schools and centres
work in four key areas:
Intercultural learning and dialogue
Peace and human rights
Education for sustainable development
United Nations priorities
The role of
Reinforcing peace-making knowledge, communication skills and global citizenship values among young people.
Global Consciousness & Citizenship
Peace Education through Media
Radio & School Radio methodologies
Curriculum, Communication Skills & Literacy
Proposal of contents for a Teacher CPD Programme
Presentation of a framework for Teachers CPD design on School Radio
Ana Cristina Madeira - Centro de Formação Rui Grácio - Lagos
BBC School Radio resources, UK: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schoolradio/subjects/history
British Council Educational Pack, UK
“One Voice for All”: http://schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org/sites/default/files/files/One%20Voice%20For%20All%20-%20Education%20Pack.pdf
"Kids Talk Radio" Educational site, USA:
How all of this ties together?
Essay: “Role Of Media In Peace Building Politics Essay” http://www.ukessays.com/essays/politics/role-of-media-in-peace-building-politics-essay.php
Paper: Conceptualizing ‘Communication for Peace’ https://www.upeace.org/OKN/working%20papers/Conceptualizing%20Communication%20for%20Peace%20OKN.pdf
World Radio Day, 11th February
World Water Day, 21st March
International Jazz Day, 30th April
World Day of Cultural Diversity for the
Dialogue and the Development, 21th May
World Africa Day, 25th May
World Environment Day, 5th June
World Oceans Day, 8th June
International Day of Peace, 21st Sept
International Human Rights Day,
“Since wars begin in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defenses of peace must be constructed”.
Sculptures of John deCaires Taylor
MUSA Museo Subaquático de Arte de Cancun
Underwater Art Museum of Cacun
Opening "Pathways to a culture of peace“
Emphasizing the need for better synergies between the knowledge of the other, respect, dialogue and peace.
Encouraging young people to consider the "other" in the rich diversity of its origins, history, culture, language, religion, social background,
"The Silent Evolution"