Against a backdrop of Brexit, now is a pertinent time to rethink our ideas of society. Jon Alexander suggests that when we consider ourselves citizens rather than consumers, communities are [...]
From participatory democracy to local currencies, signs abound that communities are taking power back into their own hands. Our pick of fascinating facts about people coming together
Maggie and Andrew Alexander are pleased to announce the launch of the pilot programme of the Global Citizenship Project and are asking for people to help make it a reality.
Peace One Day, Jeremy Gilley's award winning documentary, was producedin association with the BBC. It charts his efforts to establish anannual day on the Earth, when there would be no fighting.
Members of the Scottish Parliament, are going into schools across the country's eight electoral regions and 73 constituencies.
The Gandhi Foundation is aiming to create a resource pack for teachers on the theories and practices of non violent conflict resolution. The course will include video clips of the film, Gandhi, [...]
Oxfam's brand new 2005 catalogue contains over 400 books, videos, CD's, posters and simulation games ñ all supporting a global approach to teaching and learning. This full colour catalogue [...]
This term, all state secondary schools have started teaching citizenship as part of the national curriculum
Neve Shalom is the Hebrew for Oasis of Peace' and Wahat al-Salam is its Arabic translation. It is, indeed, a highly appropriate dual title for a unique initiative established jointly by Jews and [...]