Transformative Learning and Cultures of Peace

  • Anne Goodman

Abstract

With the advent of the new millennium, a new phrase entered the international lexicon. The year 2000 was declared the International Year for the Culture of Peace and the ensuing decade the Decade for the Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of the World. Since that time the notion of a “culture of peace” has been embraced by many and ignored by many more, much maligned, and much celebrated. Above all, it has been interpreted in many different ways.

Keywords

Europe Uranium Assured Posit Lution 

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© Edmund O’Sullivan, Amish Morrell, and Mary Ann O’Connor 2002

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  • Anne Goodman

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