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    Peace & Being a Peacemaker

The Youth4Peace Toolkit on Peace and Being a Peacemaker


aung-san-suu-kyiLearning from the example of other peacemakers is an important part of becoming a peacemaker yourself. Click the links in at left to review stories of well known peacemakers, answer questions about achieving peace and find resources to help you learn more about peacemaking.


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Click the video Class Dismissed – Malala’s Story to see the story how one teenage girl defended her right to have an education and focused the world’s attention on the oppression of women and girls.

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Blog Posts

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Organizations / Websites


Further Reading

Seeing Red: An Anger Management and Peacemaking Curriculum for Kids
by Jennifer Simmonds

Peacemaking for Families (Focus on the Family)
by Ken Sande and Tom Raabe

The Young Peacemaker (Book Set)
by Corlette Sande and Ross Flint & Associates

Adventures in Peacemaking: A Conflict Resolution Guide for School-Age Programs
by William J. Kreidler and Lisa Furlong

The Compassionate Rebel Revolution: Ordinary People Changing the World
by Burt F. Berlowe


“When we are kind, thankful and thoughtful as human beings to one another, we spread our love and enlighten the world.”
– Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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Other Youth4Peace Toolkits

Youth4Peace Toolkit on Addressing Bullying
Youth4Peace Toolkit on Resolving Conflict