peace

Weapons of War

A game exploring war and the arms trade, run by Angus at CoCamp.


Overview

One Solution:Resolution

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

One Solution: Resolution!


Woodcraft DFs

22nd-26th October 2017. Raywell Park

One Solution: Resolution! Is a five day seminar aimed at 13-15 year olds offering an alternative education equipping young people to recognise and combat violence in their everyday lives; teaching them to think critically and creatively about the world using a diverse range of perspectives.

No Atom Bombs - East or West

Photo from the archive - West Oxford members on a peace demonstration

Global Village activities

Young people performing at Global Village, 2006

Pioneer Peace Pack Activity 6 - Positive About Peace

Aim of the activity:
To get question the idea that war is inevitable and to think about what a peaceful world could be like.

What you will need:
Pens and paper;
Flip chart sheet and marker pens;
Blutac;
Roll of drawing paper/poster paper or back of an old roll of wall paper;
Paints, crayons, felt tips etc;
Copies of the SEVILLE STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE (download from the foot of the page)
A copy of the STORY (download from the foot of the page)

Pioneer Peace Pack Activity 5 - Child Soldiers

Aim of the activity:
To explore the experience of child soldiers and the reasons why they have become involved in conflicts.

What you will need:
Two chairs;
Copies of the CHILD SOLDIERS STORIES
Flip chart sheet and marker pens
Pens and paper
Paints, crayons and poster paper

Suggested warm-up:

Pioneer Peace Pack Activity 4 - War Detectives

Aim of the activity:
The first exercise looks at bias in media reporting of conflict and war situations. The second is an open-ended opportunity for Pioneers to gain a deeper understanding of a particular conflict situation.

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