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Vice Chancellor Prof. Neal Juster delivers Welcome Speech at MAP ‘Gathering’ Conference

Vice Chancellor Prof. Neal Juster delivers Welcome Speech at MAP ‘Gathering’ Conference

Vice Chancellor Prof. Neal Juster gave a welcome speech to over 40 delegates from Kyrgyzstan, Rwanda, Indonesia and Nepal alongside University of Lincoln colleagues amidst an exhibition of artworks from Phase One activities at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC) as part of the MAP 'Gathering' Conference conducted at the University of Lincoln from 8-11 November 2022.

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Experience of Curriculum Implementation in Palpa, Nepal – Tirtha Prasad Gautam

Experience of Curriculum Implementation in Palpa, Nepal – Tirtha Prasad Gautam

Author: Tirtha Prasad Gautam Focal teacher, Janapriya Child Club Janapriya Secondary School, Tansen Palpa Nepal Member of Curriculum Development Committee, Tansen Municipality, Palpa Edition: Camilo Soler Caicedo Caption: Activities in Palpa and Kanchanpur District...

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Reflections on Agents of Change Webinar – Ayesha Mohanty

Reflections on Agents of Change Webinar – Ayesha Mohanty

Author: Ayesha Mohanty Edition: Camilo Soler Caicedo Caption: Kyrgyzstan's Team Presentation, part of the Agents of Change Webinar     If you wish to envision the future of world peace, young people from the MAP project shall be your reflective lens. From...

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Office of Special Representatives – Children As Agents of Positive Change

Office of Special Representatives – Children As Agents of Positive Change

Mobile Arts for Peace is a hub for resources and toolkits relating to arts-led peacebuilding initiatives. MAP's website features recommendations for practitioners and researchers. The contents are the sole responsibility of the UN This report was issued by the...

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Dialogue for Peace: Arts-Based Approaches and the Growth of MAP Dialogue Clubs in Rwanda

Dialogue for Peace: Arts-Based Approaches and the Growth of MAP Dialogue Clubs in Rwanda

Authors: Eric Ndushabandi, Victor Ntezirembo, and Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo. Edited by Helena-Ulrike Marambio Arts-based approaches to fostering dialogue have been increasingly used in peacebuilding efforts to advance reconciliation and healing in countries emerging...

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