As part of the activities in 2021, Peace Education Hub plans to organize several webinars and workshops that will provide us with an opportunity to learn about peace education from new challenging perspectives. The first PEH activity will be a 2.5-hour workshop Teaching controversial issues on 25 March 2021 in
Peace Education Hub organised a four-day online training from 22 – 25 September 2020 in cooperation with ForumZFD (BiH) and Facing History and Ourselves (FHAO) from the USA. The training was attended by the members of the PEH coordinating team, as well as partners and educators within the PEH network.
Peace Education Hub (PEH), which is part of the Centre for Scientific Research and Professional Activities of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo, was officially opened on the International Peace Day, 21 September 2020. Due to the epidemiological situation the opening was organised as a webinar which was attended
PEDAGOGIES FOR PEACEBUILDING Fifth Webinar focusing on ‘The Role of University Based Peace Hubs’ part of ‘Peacebuilding Pedagogies’ an international project between Bosnia, Rwanda, Colombia and the UK. A group of academics from The Institute of Development Studies (University of Sussex), The University of the Arts, (London), The University of
As a part of the joint, cross country, collaborative research project University Peace Hubs: Peacebuilding pedagogies in higher education, which involved universities in Rwanda, Colombia, United Kingdom and Bosnia and Herzegovina, we were looking at opportunities for teaching peacebuilding through university education. We were particularly interested in the role that
On Monday, July 8, 2019, the Faculty of Philosophy of the University in Sarajevo hosted the workshop entitled University Peace Hubs- Collaborative Research Project on Pedagogies for Peacebuilding in Colombia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Rwanda and United Kingdom. The coordinators for each university discussed the role of the Peace Hubs Project
The Centre for Conflict Management at the University of Rwanda in Kigali, in partnership with a group of academics from the University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), University Los Andes (Colombia) and The Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex (UK), held the seminar at the University of