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E-Consultation | Topic 4: The role of education in peacebuilding

Youth4Peace Facilitator • 9 June 2017

 

Welcome to the fourth in a series of Youth4Peace E-consultations, which aim to gather inputs by young people and other stakeholders on a broad range of topics connected to the role of young people in sustaining peace, and the UN Security Council Resolution 2250 on youth, peace and security.

From 9 to 29 June 2017, we will be focusing on the role of education in peacebuilding
 

How to Take Part

We invite you to comment on one or more of the questions below, and encourage you to offer concrete examples, lessons learned and recommendations for policy and programmes. It is particularly valuable for the community if you would suggest links or references to evaluations, reports, assessments, academic studies, or lessons learned publications so that we can grow our evidence base of what has worked and what has not.

To contribute - and/or read comments - to the e-Consultation please sign in. If you are not a member, you can sign-up here. Once you have signed in, you will be able to post your comments at the bottom of this page.

If you would prefer to keep your responses confidential, you can use a nickname when creating your profile, but we would be grateful if you can include your age in your response for statistical purposes and analysis.

Contributions to all E-Consultation topics will feed into a Consolidated Reply that will expand the knowledge base available on the role of young people in sustaining peace and support the development of the Progress Study on Youth, Peace & Security mandated by UNSCR 2250.

 
Topic 4: The role of education in peacebuilding
 
  1. What role does / should education play in the promotion of young people’s involvement in peacebuilding?
     

  2. How are formal and non-formal education initiatives enhancing youth agency and promoting sustainable peace?
     

  3. Do you use non-formal education as a method in your peacebuilding work? If so, how?
     

  4. Do you think “peace education” / “education for a culture of peace” is useful to sustain peace? If so, where and how do you think this education should take place?
     

  5. What are key recommendations for strengthening Youth Related Framings and Policies that improve equitable access to education for sustaining peace?
     


Meet the Moderators!

James Rogan

James Rogan

Principal, Exterion LLC
Senior Advisor, USAID ECCN Support Team

Mieke Lopes Cardozo

Mieke Lopes Cardozo

Assistant Professor of International Development Studies - University of Amsterdam
Member of the Advisory Group of Experts for the Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security

Samuel Poumai

Samuel Poumai

Director - Youth Program
Standing Together to Enable Peace Trust (STEP)