peace

Weapons of War

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


Overview

A World At Peace - Webinar

Event date: 
20 February 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This series of webinars is taking each aim and principle of Woodcraft Folk and presenting how members can support children to engage and explore them. This will involve bringing together the outcome matrix, badgework and will reflect on age appropriate ways to engage our youngest members in our values.

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:

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