Peace One Day Education: News and Events…
|16 Nov 2012||19-23 Nov 2012||11 Dec 2012|
Global Issues Network SummitJeremy flew to Switzerland and spoke to students at Zurich International School before opening the 2012 GIN Summit.
UK Anti-Bullying WeekPeace One Day marked UK Anti-Bullying Week by encouraging teachers and students to come together to reduce bullying in schools.
Peace Day 2012 Results from Peace One DayWorking with McKinsey & Co., Peace One Day launched the summary report of the results of Peace Day 2012. You can view it: here
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Peace One Day Education Partnerships
Peace One Day works with other education-based organisations to spread the message of Peace Day 21 September. Please see below some of these valuable partnerships.
Global Education Conference
Click here to watch Jeremy’s 14 November keynote presentation for the free, online, interactive 2012 Global Education Conference. Held annually and taking place 24 hours a day on five consecutive days during International Education Week (12-17 November 2012), the Conference is a collaborative, world-wide community initiative involving students, educators, and organisations at all levels. It is designed to significantly increase opportunities for building education-related connections around the globe while supporting cultural awareness and recognition of diversity. You can view presentation recordings from the 2012 Conference here. A big thank you to Conference Co-Chairs Lucy and Steve for inviting Peace One Day to take part.
Education Fast Forward Debate
Visit our Storify page for the best social media comments from Education Fast Forward Debate on 10 July 2012. Jeremy keynoted the debate, entitled ‘From Learner Voice to Global Peace’, a topic at the heart of Peace One Day’s education campaign. Speaking on the power of engaging young people, Jeremy highlighted the fundamental importance of the Learner Voice in building a more peaceful world. Students from 14 countries across 6 continents contributed the two-hour discussion via video link. Also speaking was TakingItGlobal founder, Michael Furdyk, and former Sierra Leonean child soldier Mohamed Sidibay. We would like to thank Promethean Planet for hosting this unique event. Please click here to view the video highlights.