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Please note that this site is designed to provide networking and sharing of promising practices. Individuals are not allowed to post their individual requests to find jobs as the site would deluged and there are other websites that do provide this service. However, we have developed several short guides to careers, academic programs, funding, research, teaching resources, practice in social change, peacebuilding, international development, human rights and related fields. In addition, there are several guides for how to use and manage your Peace and Collaborative Development Network Account. Please feel free to suggest additional resources for each guide and ideas for new themes and check back periodically as new guides are being developed.
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Comment by Rich Roth on June 1, 2011 at 10:01pm
I find the value systems of people to be closer than most expect.   From a low level cartel member in Mexico, to low level member of a "designated" terrorist group in the Mid East, or any area of the world, core values are similar.  Probably less expected would be the similarity of a high level cartel member from Mexico to a fairly successful stock broker on Wall street.  Often the key is to find the right scale or ruler to measure the value.  Then to find a way to create a goal that meets these core value points in a more positive outcome.  Education is the great balance, most of our goals are focused by our education.
 
Sitting down at a cafe in the Gaza Strip, or Reynosa Mexico, once you can get past the posturing, the talk will lead to family, work, and most importantly life. Just like in downtown any town in the world at a million cafes. Are values are pretty close the vast majority of the time.  To promote positive ways to focus values, needs to start from our first days of school, or training.
Jay Bonstingl, has done wonderfull things with students at a very young age, in his Leaders of the Future, Student Leadership Development program.   mailto:info@bonstingl.com  If we could get this program in front of student all over the world, it could dramitically focus values in a postive direction.
Comment by Muhammad Iqbal on June 1, 2011 at 3:44am
Today world is in desperate need of peace. And one of the best ways of promoting peace at grass root level is teaching peace in educational  institutions particularly at school level. In the context of Pakistan unfortunately this is a missing area in curriculum. However, in some schools teachers at their own initiative enrich their syllabus by incorporating themes related to tolerance, peace and conflict resolution.
Comment by Zacarias Isac Mundiara on May 31, 2011 at 9:48am

I deeply agree with you...thats make sense!In fact, the subject of web is very clear.....may be is better sometimes link vacancies related with research fellow

Comment by Natalia Andrea Peral on May 21, 2011 at 4:38pm
Really impresive Craig! Thanks a lot for this effort!!
Comment by Sahid Ali on May 3, 2011 at 4:09pm
I agree with hussien suggestion that topics on peace and unity must be inculcated in the subject areas being tought in the schools in fact here in our place in Mindanao, Philippines Peace education subjects were already incorporated in the subject areas from elementary level to a much higher educational stusies . But what we are only to be observant of is the way how the curriculum is implemented because there are some with your respect who tought Peace education which commotes devicive, personal interest but it must be just peace which all regardless of culture , race religious affiliation and it must be balanced.
Comment by Sahid Ali on May 3, 2011 at 4:02pm

Comment by Sahid Ali .

Thank you very much for being part othis network for the new information always been sent to me.

Comment by hussien ismail on April 29, 2011 at 4:39pm

Hi Craig thanks for all the updates I would like our members to conrtibute to my topic on Pece and Unity as a subject taught in schools in all third world and former colonial countries if iit is being taught I`m curious to see the content of it syllabus. Also there was an article I read about colonist`s is they developed Africa and I think the enemy here was actually Racialism.   

Comment by Leon Mvukiyehe on April 29, 2011 at 3:16am
I am pleased to be a member of this site that I believe everyone is joining with a noble cause “Search for Peace”. For the few days I joined, I have the feeling that this site makes a difference. I hope members won’t divert from the original idea. Together we can make a difference.

Thank you.
Comment by Doren Thapa on April 27, 2011 at 8:18am
It's pleasure to be a member of this social site. It will be fruitful to me to improve my level of knowledge as well as to enhance my career in the field of social service and development.
Comment by Yogesh Jadhav on March 24, 2011 at 2:03am

Hi, Thanks for the informative site.

regards

Yogesh Jadhav

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