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Peace Education in the Workplace vis-a-vis The Teacher's Rol

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Peace Education in the Workplace vis-a-vis The Teacher's Role
Introduction
Peace can be defined as the absence of any form of violence.

Arabic: "sa'lam"
Jewish: "shalom"
Chinese: "ping"
Indian: "shanti"
Two Types of Violence
Direct Violence:

-form of violence where there is direct infliction of pain to personal and institutional well-being through the use of force.
Educational Implications
What do you think??
What is Peace???
Cedeno (2001) " a state of quiet or tranquility; freedom from violence.

Peace is also defined as a state of
LAW
or civil government, a state of
JUSTICE
or goodness, a
BALANCE
or equilibrium of powers.

Indirect Violence
- form of violence where circuitous manifestation of aggression, cruelty, and other forms o demeaning behavior that generally affects the very essence of human life.
Two Distinction of Peace
Negative Peace:

- absence of organized violence. It is a state where there is no violence but there is no other form of interaction either and where the best characterization is "peaceful co-existence".

- This simply means competition without war, or a policy of peace between nations of widely differing political systems and ideologies, especially between Communist and non-Communist nations:
Positive Peace
State of cooperation and integration between major human groups.

This simply means as peace with justice for all. Peace is not only the absence of tension, but the presence of justice.

Levels of Peace
Personal
-Innermost core in the various levels of peace relationships.
- also known as the "peace of mind".
Social

- also called as interpersonal peace.

- life is not a coincidence but a mirror of our own actions. If we want more kindness, give more kindness, if we want to be loved, then give more love.

- the magic is "have peace, make peace, and the rest has it".

- always remember that peace is contaminating.
National
National
When there is peace in the community, it spreads all over the nation, then obviously there is national peace.

- The government and its constituency should be the one in their interest to fight violence to maintain national peace.
International
This level of peace is widely known as GLOBAL PEACE.

Peace can never be achieved by simple solutions alone but an establishment of a culture of peace where all citizens of the world posses the following:
a. Understanding global problems
People ought to know and understand global problems more especially their causes and effects on our lives. People should not be judgemental. We should broaden our minds and be open.
b. acquiring skills in resolving
The cause should be identified first in order to gather how the conflict emerges.
c. knowing and living by international standards of human rights, gender and racial equality
In respecting others, we must try knowing other's standards and not just focused on our own.
d. appreciating cultural diversity
Understanding and learning different cultures create a formidable culture of peace.
e. respecting the integrity of the earth
In order to have peace, the earth should be taken care of.
Transcendental

Peace can be ideal if we have a peaceful relation between humans, earth, and beyond.
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