Peace Education in Societies Involved in Intractable Conflicts: Goals, Conditions and Directions
chapter 3 in: G., Salomon, & E., Cairns, (Eds.), Handbook on Peace Education (pp. 21-43). New York: Psychology Press (2010)
23 Pages Posted: 16 Feb 2017
Date Written: July 22, 2009
The present chapter examines the nature of peace education in societies that were involved, or are still involved in intractable conflict. First it will describe the nature of intractable conflict and the culture of conflict that evolves. Second it will describe the nature reconciliation that is needed in order to establish lasting and stable peace after conflict resolution. Third it will describe the nature of peace education. Then it will present the condition for it successful implementation. Fifth the chapter will describe two models of peace education. Sixth will outline its principles and finally will suggest a number of conclusions.
Keywords: Peace education, Israeli-Palestininian conflict
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