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Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project

Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project.

Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project

project of the Centre for the Study of Conflict : Annualreport.

by Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project.

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Published by The Project in Londonderry .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsUniversity of Ulster. Centre for the Study of Conflict., Society of Friends.
The Physical Object
Pagination66 p. ;
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21722686M

The Project identified Peer Mediation, a process whereby children help other children to resolve their own conflicts, as complementing EMU's objectives, particularly understanding conflict. In , the Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project in-troduced Peer Mediation into two primary schools in Northern Ireland. Under the sponsorship of the various American Ulster Projects, a group of teenagers, (1/2 Catholic & 1/2 Protestant; 1/2 male & 1/2 female) from their paired Northern Irish community, come to the United States for four weeks from the end of June to the end of July. The Northern Irish teens live with host families with a teen who are of the same gender.

Ulster History Project. K likes. The Ulster History Project is a community run project aimed with educating and promoting mutual understanding on the history of Ulster. "Whoever tells the story /5(2). Alliance Area Ulster Project, Alliance, Ohio. likes 2 talking about this. The Ulster Project is dedicated to promoting a peaceful parity of esteem between Roman Catholics and Protestants in Followers:

Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project-EMU Education for Mutual Understanding; Peace People and The Citizen Magazine; Mediation Network for Northern Ireland; Buddhist pilgrimage for Peace and Life; Corrymeela Programme; Consensus workshop, NAT (Nonviolent Action Training Project); “Tackling the scourge of landmines”; Campaign to protect. Quaker House Belfast, Ulster Quaker Service Committee, the Centre for Neighbourhood Development, and the Quaker Peace Education Project in Derry are covered in depth and a general chapter refers to a variety of smaller initiatives by Friends. Cover: mural by teenagers group at Quaker Cottage.


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Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project by Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The bulk of the book is made up of descriptions of various Quaker projects, such as Ulster Quaker Service, the Centre for Neighbourhood Development, Quaker House Belfast, and the Quaker Peace Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project book Project.

These accounts are based on the Quakers’ own meticulous records, and many of the chapters are written by Quakers who were themselves. About peace education. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child promises education for 'the spirit of understanding, peace, tolerance, equality of sexes, and friendship among all peoples'.

Quakers are working to make that right a reality. Peace education works at different levels: helping children and young people discover the wonder and beauty within themselves, nurturing inner peace. John Lampen (born ) is a Quaker peace educator and writer.

He is married to Diana Lampen. Inhe gave the Swarthmore Lecture, entitled Mending Hurts. For twenty years, he worked with emotionally disturbed adolescent boys at Shotton Hall of his students, Andrew Liddell, states, "Mr Lampen and his family helped me to develop my character and core ity control: ISNI:.

Founded internationally inthe Ulster Project began operations in Madison inhosting teens for the first time in The Ulster Project's mission is simple - do something to help bring lasting peace to Northern Ireland. "I love the idea of being able to do something to.

The Ulster Project was started in by Reverend Stephen Kent Jacobson of the Episcopal Church in the US and the Rev. Kerry Waterstone, a Church of Ireland priest in Tullamore, County Offaly, Republic of Ireland, in order to provide a safe place in the United States for teenagers from Northern Ireland to discuss the climate of "the Troubles" that was facing them at home.

Use the site to explore aspects of Ulster-Scots language, literature, heritage and culture. About USEP. In JulyUlster University was awarded funding from the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) on the advice of the Ministerial Advisory Group for an Ulster-Scots Academy (MAGUS) to create the Ulster-Scots Education project.

Quaker Peace Education Project to work with young people in schools, Although much of the work was based in or near Belfast, there were significant projects elsewhere in Northern Ireland. Chapman argues that the involvement ot]ohn and Diana Lampen in the Peace and Reconciliation Group in Derry and its promotion of tension­.

Stocking Lane, D16 V3F8 Phone: ++ 1 Email: [email protected] CHY: CRA: Quaker Peace Education Project was established in as an action based research project, promoting peace education in schools through a variety of events and activities in collaboration with teachers.

This is accompanied by ongoing research into identifying and. Tyrrell, J. () The Quaker Peace Education Project Developing Untried Strategies, Coleraine: The Centre for the Study of Conflict, University of Ulster. Ulanowsky, C, () Education for Personal Relationships - Guidelines for Teachers Social Values Research Centre: University of Hull.

Quaker House Belfast, Ulster Quaker Service Committee, the Centre for Neighbourhood Development, and the Quaker Peace Education Project in Derry are covered in depth and a general chapter refers to a variety of smaller initiatives by Friends. Published 24th September Lampen, John. Ulster Quaker Peace Education Project, Londonderry, A straightforward page introduction to mediation in schools for young people and their teachers.

The basics of the process are clearly outlined. Words and terms are explained and examples are offered. EMU -Promoting School Project University of Ulster at Magee College. Update: 1st April Thanks for visiting our website, we hope you'll find some inspiration for building peace in these difficult times.

Click here for resources we have put together for use at school or at home. Let us know how you find them. Email us with feedback or requests. If you hav. Dust jacket notes: "'Establishing a lasting peace is the work of education; all politics can do is keep us out of war.' Thus spoke Maria Montessori in the thirties, at a time when international dissension was mounting and it was becoming increasingly apparent that the search for lasting peace was to become a subject of top priority during this strife-torn century/5(3).

Quaker peace building initiatives in Northern Ireland Describes the history and working of four major projects: Quaker House Belfast, Ulster Quaker Service Committee, Quaker Peace Education Project. A5 pages (g) William Sessions, York € C Quakers in Lisburn-Four centuries of Work and Witness by Arthur G Chapman.

Quaker Peace Education Project, a Derry based initiative working mainly with children and young people. Quaker meetings are traditionally periods of silent worship. From this silence came a range of Quaker action in Northern Ireland.

This book illus-trates the rich variety of action Quakers have been involved in over the last forty years. The Ulster Project is committed to: Following Christ as Committed Peace Builders Fostering Understanding & Acceptance Working Together to Build Community Respecting Others & Ourselves Leading by Example in Serving Others.

The troubled & tumultuous history of. Ulster Project Prayer. Creator God, You have called us to live in harmony. Give us unity in your spirit to meet. the challenges of this Ulster Project. Instill in us peace and love. that we may live with one another, not by might, nor by power, but by Your Spirit.

We dedicate this project to You, O Lord. Amen. Thus there are many strands to Quaker work in education, and much of it reaches others besides Quakers themselves.

Quaker testimonies to equality, truth and integrity, community and peace permeate this work. Equality inspires an effort to develop the potential of every student, and emphasises respect for the ideas of everyone.

Promoting peace education. Quakers in Britain challenge the promotion of war and violence and instead promote education rooted in positive peace and justice.

We work with educators, volunteers and partners to develop and share creative Peace Education resources and practice. Campaigning for. Quaker author Catherine Whitmire shares stories of successful nonviolent movements throughout history partnered with quotes mined from over years of teachings on peace.

Query questions lead readers on a journey to self-discovery and through the stages of practicing peace: first by focusing inwardly, then turning our eyes to practice peace /5(10).Profile of The Book Reserve If you would like to promote the work of your group / organisation in one of our newsletters contact Deirdre on or email [email protected] Unit 4c Weavers Court Business Park, Linfield Road, Belfast BT12 5GH [email protected] The intent of the Ulster Project is to break down the walls of intolerance and mistrust that exist in Northern Ireland.

It was created through the efforts of like-minded peace seekers who strive towards the ultimate goal of creating a community of peace through fostering tolerance, understanding and friendship.