“On the occasion of the Summit devoted to the children, we recommend this program to all nations for consideration…” - Mission of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the United Nations, May 2002
Create a violence-free environment
“This is a unique project. It will teach how to create a violence-free environment, in homes and schools and in the country as a whole. ” ~The Senior Deputy High Representative, Ambassador Dr. Matei Hoffmann
EFP provides a framework
“EFP provides a framework for achieving an advanced human society that is both practical and universal…” ~Yolanda Cowan, Rotary World Peace Scholar
Changing the way we teach
“As a result of participating in the EFP project, my way of teaching has changed, my relationships with students has changed… all for the better.” ~Teacher, Secondary School, BiH (2001)
Danesh, H.B. (2002) Breaking the cycle of violence: Education for Peace. African civil society organization and development: re-evaluation for the 21st Century. (New York, United Nations), September 2002.
Danesh, H.B. (2007) Education for Peace: the pedagogy of civilization, in: Zvi Bekerman and Claire McGlynn (Eds) Addressing Ethnic Conflict through Peace Education: International Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan. Ltd, New York, NY 2007.
Danesh, H.B. (2008) Unity-Based Peace Education, Encyclopedia of Peace Education, edited by Monisha Bajaj, Charlotte, North Carolin. Information Age Publishing, Inc. pp.147–156.
Danesh, H.B. (2008) The Education for Peace Integrative Curriculum: concepts, contents, and efficacy. Journal of Peace Education. Volume 5, No 2, September 2008, pp. 157–173.
Danesh, H.B. (2008) Creating a Culture of Healing in Multiethnic Communities: An Integrative Approach to Prevention and Amelioration of Violence-Induced Conditions. Journal of Community Psychology, Volume 36, No 6. pp. 814–832.