Theater as a Curricular Tool for Peace: Inter-Ethnic & Interfaith Dialogue in the Southern Philippines

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Comment by Awad Abdelaziz Fadalmola Aljak on September 21, 2010 at 3:24pm
yes . dear all ! I hope all is well you and going as yuo planning! its greate an magic initative because is refer how can mus use theater as curricualar tools for peace and development!
many thanks
Awad abdelaziz
sudan - Khartoum

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