Peace Education from Quakers in Britain
Peace Education from Quakers in Britain
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Quakers in Britain develop resources to support children and young people to develop the skills and understanding we all need to be peacemakers, whether in our own lives or in the wider world. Linking to the curricula of England, Scotland and Wales these lessons and resources combine fun with critical thinking about issues of peace and justice. Produced by Quaker Peace & Social Witness

pdf, 4.69 MB
pdf, 4.69 MB

UPDATED FOR 2018
A secondary school teaching resource. Through contemporary stories, told through real sources, classes can use Conviction to reveal the dilemmas people faced 1914-18 such as conscientious objection. Accompanying lesson plans explore not only what happened, but moral questions which remain relevant today.
Features lessons on:

  • Emily Hobhouse- Hero or traitor who tried to make peace
  • Albert French, 15 ear old sodldier
  • Harold Stanton, “absolutist Conscientious objector”
  • Women and Families
  • Corder Catchpool, pacifist
  • Henry Williamson, the nature loving soldier
    This is the sister pack to the primary-focused Conscience.
    Order hard copies from http://bookshop.quaker.org.uk
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