On occasion of the Centenary of the First World War, ALDA, in cooperation with Coordinamento Nazionale degli Enti Locali per la pace and Friuli-Venezia-Giulia Region, organized the “Workshop of peace”, from 14-16th November in Monfalcone (Gorizia), in Friuli-Venezia-Giulia Region. Marco Boaria, ALDA Resource and Development Unit Coordinator, took part to event, a training course on the First World War and peace for teachers, school headmasters and local administrators .

The event was organized in the framework of the national education Programme “From the Great War to the Great Peace”, which involves directly students, teachers and local authorities. The main object is to create a national and European workshop concerning peace, dialogue and fraternity.

The Centenary of the First World War, together with the wars of 20th and 21st centuries, is indeed the occasion to rediscover and promote the value of peace, a civil right we still risk to lose. The national education programme aims to create a network of “schools for peace” and to educate young people for democratic citizenship, peace, human rights, justice and legality through a responsible use of new technologies and media.

To get more information, visit the website of the network “schools for peace”.

On occasion of the Centenary of the First World War, ALDA, in cooperation with Coordinamento Nazionale degli Enti Locali per la pace and Friuli-Venezia-Giulia Region, organized the “Workshop of peace”, from 14-16th November in Monfalcone (Gorizia), in Friuli-Venezia-Giulia Region. Marco Boaria, ALDA Resource and Development Unit Coordinator, took part to event, a training course on the First World War and peace for teachers, school headmasters and local administrators .

The event was organized in the framework of the national education Programme “From the Great War to the Great Peace”, which involves directly students, teachers and local authorities. The main object is to create a national and European workshop concerning peace, dialogue and fraternity.

The Centenary of the First World War, together with the wars of 20th and 21st centuries, is indeed the occasion to rediscover and promote the value of peace, a civil right we still risk to lose. The national education programme aims to create a network of “schools for peace” and to educate young people for democratic citizenship, peace, human rights, justice and legality through a responsible use of new technologies and media.

To get more information, visit the website of the network “schools for peace”.