- The Peace Calendar suggests one event for each month of the year that can form the focus of students’ peace activity – for example, the birth of Martin Luther King in January, or the anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings in August, or Human Rights Day in December.
- Peace in the Curriculum provides 10 ideas of how to integrate peace into the curriculum, such as declaring the classroom a ‘peace zone’, making peace the theme of creative writing or music, and emphasising respect for different cultures and traditions in geography and history lessons.
- Developing Inner Peace which aims to help children and young people manage their own emotions and responses to others. Being self-aware and aware of others helps to foster peaceful choices. The resource includes a listening exercise and a ‘family album’ exercise and a Powerpoint presentation on Peace and Art, which includes an exercise on the ‘spirit of peace’.
- Conflict Resolution which addresses the questions:
What is the difference between conflict and violence?
Can conflict sometimes be necessary?
Can conflict lead to something good?