Khalil Zakari
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Peace and Development

One concept or idea that often complements peace studies is development. Economic, cultural, and political development can supposedly take "underdeveloped" nations and peoples out of poverty, thus helping bring about a more peaceful world. As such, many international development agencies carry out projects funded by the governments of industrialized countries, mostly the western, designed to "modernize" poor countries.[1]

The concept of peace has been linked to the wide idea of development, assuming that development is not the classical pursuit of wealth.[citation needed] Peaceful development can be a set of many different elements such as good governance, healthcare, education, gender equality, disaster preparedness, infrastructure, economics, rule of law, human rights, environment and other political issues.


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Rationale for Peace Education

Posted on April 2, 2009 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

Johan Galtung suggested in 1975 that no theory for peace education existed and that there was clearly an urgent need for such theory. More recently there have been attempts to establish such a theory. Joachim James Calleja has suggested that a philosophical basis for peace education might be located in the Kantian notion of duty. James Page has suggested that a rationale for peace education might be located in virtue ethics, consequentialist ethics, conservative political ethics,… Continue

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At 2:18am on October 15, 2009, Yaron Fishman said…
At 3:51am on August 6, 2009, said…
At 7:45am on June 24, 2009, Walter Keyombe said…
Dear Khalil,

It is a great pleasure for me, to extend to you my warmest official invitation as a poet or artist to read and perform your poetry or songs for peace at the First World Peace Poetry Festival Kenya 2009, which will be held from the 20th to 21st of September 2009 in Nairobi, Kenya at Hope Baptist Church auditorium.

I'm very happy to be with you and I want you to share your creativity for peace with all of us. The presence of each one of us is irreplaceable since nobody can substitute who and what we are individually, and in a group, we shall make our prayers through poetry and music that shine with the light that comes from within our spirit.

I welcome you to share the words that come from the intimacy of our souls, to look into each others eyes, to confirm our faith in peace and humanity defending it with the ink from our pen and our voices and to renew our unconditional vows for life. Open mic that will enrich us will be presented and with our poetry,dancing and singing we will come to the peace formation.

We will be in touch with you until we can all reunite forming a single heart that beats for the love in our Universe.

THEME: “Reconcile, Transform, Forgive & Reconnect”

Registration fee:$600 only

Welcome all and God bless you BIG!

Walter Keyombe.

For more info call or email to
Cell phone: +254710442872

At 10:43am on April 17, 2009, Jill Yodels said…
Hope you got my comment. My computer updates, just when I decide to type.
At 10:43am on April 17, 2009, Jill Yodels said…
I hope this day brings you joy. Yes I would love to see your area as you would mine. As that is not possible, I thank you for your kind words about my Wildlife Sanctuary. I am now teaching a dance seminar to kids and constantly in varied ways tell them to be kind to each other, as that is what it is all about and to look at the beauty of nature all around us in this area and not take it for granted, we are all connected. Some parents don't get that and do not say it to the kids, so I feel I teach, I hope I teach more than only dance. I feel a good dancer can project to the audience compassion, in the movements and attitude. Your friend, Jill
At 10:24am on April 7, 2009, Nina Goncharova said…
Thank you, dear friend, I feel happy to realise how we are all interconnected and really ONE. I would like to know more about you and your Marocco as I have a great sence of responsibility for Africa! We had two African delegations taking part in our events here in Russia and I had a vision that one of the peace through culture centers should be created in Africa (as a part of a networld of such intreconnected youth villages)
At 10:49pm on April 6, 2009, Nina Goncharova said…
thanks for invitation - I am working now at preparing the first world noosphere congress in Bali and am writing a book as a result of 13 years of our consciouse work for bringing Culture of New Time to reallity!
Please visit the web and let us meet in Bali!
At 10:44pm on April 6, 2009, Nina Goncharova said…
Hello dear Khalil, I do share your vision about nesessity for a PEACE education
We have been creating a new Education for LIFE living systen here in Russia and Eurasia
Please send me your personal e-mail and I'll send you Talgat Akbashev's Eath is the Planet for education text
At 11:41am on March 31, 2009, CanadianPrincess said…
Thanks very much! I look forward to dialoguing with the members about various educational concerns. I worked with students who have learning differences for many years. My expertise lie in Special Education. I taught elementary, middle and high school Special Education students in the San Francisco public schools. I understand the difficulties in attempting to close the achievement gap. I have lived through the complete failure of the "No Child Left behind Act" during the Bush administration and saw implementation with no funds and how that equaled zero. I have seen disenchanted teachers who are trying to teach unable to do so because of receiving no support and given class sizes that make it impossible to teach in a comprehensive, meaningful way. I have seen the nightmares of Superintendents ruling through fear and intimidation and failing miserably because morale became so low. I have hired teachers and principals only to have them quit within two years because of burn out and stress from not being able to raise testing scores and receiving zero support. All of this has added to the disintegration of the public school system in America. On a more positive note, I have seen students learn over and over again in spite of that same system and rise above the rest to become shining stars and succeed through the help of one good teacher. I have seen students stay in school and not become a drop-out statistic also because of one good teacher. There are many teachers here in America but few good ones. In Peace, CP
At 5:12am on March 27, 2009, Art World said…
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art makes peace - peace is tolerance
tolerance is love - love is light
Thanks for the kind comment
heartly welcome
Frizzey Lights World

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