Prejudices broken

26th June 2009 at 01:00

Educationists from around the world have been in Northern Ireland this month to learn about an innovative early-years programme aimed at peace-building in the aftermath of The Troubles. The Media Initiative for Children - Northern Ireland encourages young people to respect diversity, and its work is widely acknowledged to have helped break down prejudices in the three to five-year-olds who have taken part.

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