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Moving forward on peace education in Nova Scotia – meeting


Posted: September 14th, 2010

What: meeting of those interested/engaged in peace education in Nova Scotia – all welcome!
When: 1:30 – 3:30 pm, Monday, September 20, 2010
Where: Room 404, Seton Building, Mount Saint Vincent University
 
In July 2010, Peaceful Schools International, Mount Saint Vincent University, and 10 other peace partners organzied a peace conference, Being the Change: Building a Culture of Peace (see http://www.msvu.ca/en/home/aboutus/PeaceConference/default.aspx/ for more information about the conference). As a follow up to this conference, Peaceful Schools International would like to invite you to a meeting on Monday, September 20, 1:30-3:30 pm, Room 404 Seton Building, Mount Saint Vincent University to discuss next steps on the following:
 
* Creating a forum for networking for organizations and individuals who do work connected to peace education, inclusion, social and emotional learning, anti-bullying, social justice, and other related topics.
* Developing a collaborative dialogue with the Ministry of Education about peace education in Nova Scotia schools and how existing organizations can better support and enhance work already being done.
* Creating (or adding to an existing source) and disseminating a ‘menu’ of available community programming that can enhance existing efforts to promote peace and inclusion in schools by the Ministry of Education, school boards and individual schools.
 
If you are not able to attend but would like to be kept updated on the outcomes and any future meetings, please let me know (Clare Levin, clevin@peacefulschoolsinternational.org, 902-220-2635).

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