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endorsements and assessment

  • Here we have compiled recent endorsements and evaluations of our Peace Literacy Curriculum and Professional Development Workshops, including a formal study sponsored by Oregon State University.

  • And here is some feedback and endorsements from our Dec. 2019 Engineering Peace in Practice Workshop at Oregon State University.

  • Check out the feedback and endorsements from our 2019 Summer Peace Literacy Workshop in Corvallis, Oregon.

 

recent press coverage - links still to come!
  • Interview on Nonviolence Radio with Paul K. Chappell in his role as a soldier of peace, hosted by the Metta Center for Nonviolence, March 3, 2020.

  • Coverage of Rick Wayman’s Mission to Support Peace Literacy, in the Santa Barbara News-Press, Jan. 2020.

  • Report in the Sun/Post from the Twin Cities, MN after a two-day workshop for 60 community members in June 2019, facilitated by Paul K. Chappell and Shari Clough.

  • “Peace Literacy: Changing the Paradigm to Create a Culture of Peace” May 2019, article in French written by Meredith McGuinnes from Winnipeg who has participated in a number of Peace Literacy workshops and weaves Peace Literacy in to early childhood education (to contact her with questions about teaching Peace Literacy to young children email her at: mmcguinnes@wsd1.org; to read the entire issue, visit INFORM-ACTION REVUE DES ÉDUCATRICES ET ÉDUCATEURS FRANCOPHONES DU MANITOBA).

  • Here’s an English translation of Meredith’s article, above.

  • “Peace Literacy: Are we ready for virtual reality?” follow-up story in the Vincennes, Indiana newspaper, Sun-Commercial, April 2019.

  • The Interfaith Observer highlights our Peace Literacy curriculum for kids, April 2019.

  • 'This message is for everybody:' Local Rotary hosts peace-building speaker Paul Chappell (Vincennes, Indiana newspaper, Sun-Commercial, March 2019).

  • After Paul, Shari, and Susan gave a day-long “Peace Literacy Jumpstart” workshop with teachers and over 100 ninth grade students at the UNESCO high school in Olds, AB, the local newspaper interviewed 2 students and also did an interview with Paul (Olds Albertan, November 2018).

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