Many associations and non-profit organisations contribute to the education of children and adults through cultural, social and sport activities. They are important actors in the process of inspiring peace through “doing things together”, a kind of informal education that is particularly important to inspire peace. The EIP Lab pays particular attention to these organisations and invite them to explore good practices, present their own experiences and connect their activities to those of the Lab. In the near future a specific module of the benchmarking system will be developed for them and with them, in order to support consolidation of good practices and international collaboration.
The purpose of this readiness questionnaire is to assess your school/organisation on the topic of peace education before, during and after starting peace programs and activities.
The purpose of this questionnaire is to assess yourself on the topic of peace education at any given point of time.
The form includes 10 categories through which schools will have the possibility to identify their own state-of-the-art in peace and citizenship education delivering process and other similar fields.
The CITIZED toolkit is designed to provide guidance throughout the implementation process and to offer helpful resources towards a democratic whole school. It includes principles to facilitate a transfer to school and guidelines for the practice.
The PEACE GAMES catalogue is a selection of 55 interesting digital and analogical games relevant to teaching and learning peace and peace-oriented competences