Current Issue

 

Current Issue

Volume 11 Number 2, 2017

Special Issue:  Peace Building in Post-Conflict Contexts

Special Issue Editors

Janet Gerson, International Institute on Peace Education

Anita Yudkin, University of Puerto Rico

Introduction

By Janet Gerson and Anita Yudkin

Colombia Between Neoliberal Peace and Democratic Peace

By Boaventura de Sousa Santos

Educar en la Paz Conflictual Desde Pedagogías Críticas /Creativas y Proyectos de Posibilidad en Escenarios Postconflicto

By Anaida Pascual Morán

Acerca de la Identidad y Particularidad de la Educación para la Construcción de Cultura de Paz. Aportes para Colombia

By Alicia Cabezudo

“We Say, When We’ve Reached One We’ve Reached the World…but What if We Missed One?”

By Jill Strauss and Michelle Black

Youth Leaders and the Arts: From Conflict to Strategic Community Building

By Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Joan Lopez, and Aldo Civico

Líderes Juveniles y las Artes: Del Conflicto a la Construcción Estratégica de Comunidades

By Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Joan Lopez, and Aldo Civico

Integrated Approach to Human Rights in a Post Conflict Niger Delta

By Imoh Colins Edozie

Espacios de Revisión: Literatura Argentina y Pedagogía Hacia la Pazi

By Andrea Arce-Trigatti and Florencia Beatriz Santucho

The Need for Peace Education for University Students in Lebanon

By Ghada Chehimi and Nadine Joudi

 Book Reviews

Editors note: These reviews are a part of a series co-published by the Global Campaign for Peace Education toward promoting peace education scholarship. These reviews are of Information Age Publishing’s Peace Education series. Established in 2006 by Founding Editors Ian Harris and Edward Brantmeier, IAP’s peace education series offers diverse perspectives on peace education theory, research, curriculum development and practice. It is the only series focused on peace education offered by any major publisher. Click here to learn more about this important series.

A global security system: an alternative to war. 2016 edition

Reviewed by Patricia M. Mische

Pedagogy, Politics and Philosophy of Peace: Interrogating Peace and Peacemaking

Reviewed by Tim Archer

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About In Factis Pax

In Factis Pax is a peer-reviewed online journal of peace education and social justice dedicated to the examination of issues central to the formation of a peaceful society – the prevention of violence, political challenges to peace and democratic societies.  Social justice, democracy, and   human flourishing are the core factors which highlight the importance of the role of education in building peaceful societies. We invite articles and book reviews on topics related to these central issues.

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