• Domestic Effects of the Vietnam War
    groups including women, African Americans, and American youth. These social groups played roles in the movement that would forever change United States history. They all shared a common vision of ending the war in Vietnam and establishing peace between nations. Beginning in 1966, through mass...
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  • Youth for Peacebuilding
    underdeveloped aspects of the peace education field. Elements of the challenges and experiments in this development are discussed below. DEFINITIONS A core challenge in conceptualizing the role of youth in peacebuilding is the complexity of defining the category “youth”. The category can be defined in...
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  • Youth & Peace
    CONTRIBUTION OF YOUTH IN ENHANCEMENT OF PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT. A society is a group of people with common territory, interaction, and culture. People of the same society share aspects of their culture, such as language or beliefs. Multiculturalism relates to communities containing...
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  • Lala
    explain the significance of remembering King and all the efforts he has made for people across the world. It will also help argue that King helped and will continue to help youth fight against inequality in a non-violent and peaceful manner. Chernus, Ira. "President Eisenhower and Dr. King on Peace...
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  • India
    . India has been a messenger of peace even in past as it was India that mooted the very idea of “Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam” (The entire world is my family). Hence, I wish India to play a leading role in establishing peace and tranquility across the world, which is really the need of the hour. Finally, I wish...
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  • Role of Christian Youth
    has been working at issues of social justice for many years, the Jesuit order specifically tasked with this very responsibility and role. In 1963, Pope John the 23rd issued one of the most famous encyclicals called Pacem In Terris, or in English, “On Establishing Universal Peace in Truth, Justice...
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  • Fashion in the 1960's
    during his presidential campaign in 1960, he spoke of the idea of the Peace Corps, wanting to create an organization that would involve the youth in world affairs, be able to give back and help struggling countries in need. “John F. Kennedy sought to encourage mutual understating between Americans and...
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  • Spring Int Profile
    ➢ Strengthening the role of local communities for contributing to sustainable peace and development in conflict-ridden and at-risk communities ➢ Promote peace building initiatives that engages youth as active participants in development, ➢ Work at local, national and international levels to...
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  • Youth Empowerment
    billion people, our greatest human resource is our youth. The diverse actions of individuals belonging to this larger populace affect his or her society, communities, commerce and culture. From social transformations to cultural revolutions, from changing national borders to the high-speed digital...
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  • Essay
    no poverty. India has been a messenger of peace even in past as it was India that mooted the very idea of “Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam” (The entire world is my family). Hence, I wish India to play a leading role in establishing peace and tranquility across the world, which is really the need of the hour...
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  • Chartbook
    conferences, reports, books – educate muslim youth about their role in society Muslim world Initiative SAME AS ABOVE, BUT IN AMERICA. “BRIDGE THE DIVIDE” Organisation Initiative (Goals, etc) Benefits of initiative promoting peace National Council of Churches work to reduce poverty, protect...
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  • Hello Guys It's Sports Day...... by Someone Else
    values in the students are necessary. The onerous responsibility of shaping the youth rests with the teachers. The teachers should stand as role models for the students. The teachers are like Gurus and are next to God. The Gurukul form of education was prevalent in earlier days. There...
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  • Rukun Negara
    . | | | |Reaffirm the role and functions of youth movements especially among school leavers. | | | |Stress on aspects such as...
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  • Trade & Poverty Relation
    trade but these some countries fail due to inefficient and corrupt Governments. Establishing trade with neighbor is more important than the relation with third nation because dependence develops peace and strength. Neighbors should visit each other frequently. Consulting third country only...
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  • Importance of Education
    spoken. It stands as a model to the world - a diverse community, living together in peace, respecting the rights and freedoms of citizens to live within the bounds of the law. Canada stands tall and is respected around the world for its peace keeping missions and its role in promoting human rights...
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  • management
    , stability and prosperity, bonded together in partnership in dynamic development and in a community of caring societies. A Concert of Southeast Asian Nations We envision the ASEAN region to be, in 2020, in full reality, a Zone of Peace, Freedom and Neutrality, as envisaged in the Kuala Lumpur...
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  • the essence of an action plan
    structures and exert pressure on decision-making processes, leading to a fully role in the reconstruction of society. Finally, the empowerment of women in the community provides greater recognition of the resources available and potential for leadership in civil society in its role in peace...
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  • Student
    Indigenous Peacebuilding Techniques: The Way to Lasting Peace? Karolina Werner • Violence as a Bargaining Tool: The Role of Youths in the 2007 Kenyan Elections Edwin Barasa Mang’eni • Darfur, Grand Conflict: Inter-Communal Rift and Grass-root Initiatives for Reconciliation Khalid Ali El Amin AFRICA...
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  • Fateh
    illustrious scholars of the past. He held study circles in the mosque in the different subjects. His aim however was to produce youth who have a good sound understanding of Islam and their role as Muslims together with their specialization in other disciplines like medicine and engineering. He worked...
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  • Kamran Riaz
    social revolution in the society without violent means. Youth activism is basically an issue/goal-oriented activism. Youth are participating heavily and taking lead roles in non-violent protests around the world. They are protesting against government corruption as well as war, crimes, child abuse...
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