My colleague Duncan Ball who is based in Iraq periodically posts pieces on humanitarian work and careers. This one he posted on education based humanitarian work. I thought it was well done. Go here to read. This post is also well done. It looks at the work of humanitarian professionals.
On Wednesday, July 28th at 2:00pm ET, please join the Alliance for Peacebuilding for Yes, Peace Can Be Taught: Education Practices for Peacebuilding. Education can be a driver of conflict that fuels grievances, xenophobia, and misinformation, or it can address conflict dynamics in the United States and contribute to peacebuilding. Join the Alliance for Peacebuilding on July 28th inContinue reading “Yes, Peace Can Be Taught: Education Practices for Peacebuilding, Alliance for Peacebuilding, 7/28/21”
Join the National Museum of American Diplomacy Education Team on August 17, 2021 for an introduction to the museum’s new Historical Diplomacy Simulation Program and ideas on how to implement them into the classroom. Our discussion will include how to facilitate the program with simulation participants and a tour of diplomacy education resources found onContinue reading “How to Teach History Through Diplomacy Simulations, NMAD, 8/17/21”