Briefing paper for trainee teachers of citizenship education: Resolving conflict between countries

Briefing paper for trainee teachers of citizenship education: Resolving conflict between countries

6-page pdf briefing paper which “aims to introduce pupils to the values of open-mindedness and respect for others’ views, teachers should concentrate their approach on analysing with students how such destructive and confrontational situations arise, and how they can be avoided … a commitment by states to this process is articulated in Article 2(3) of the United Nations (UN) Charter, in which they agree to settle their disputes by peaceful means, these means are outlined explicitly in Article 33(1), which proclaims that states “shall seek early settlement of their international disputes by negotiation, inquiry, mediation, conciliation, arbitration, judicial settlement, resort to regional agencies or other peaceful means of their choice.”

  • Format: pdf
  • Publisher: Citized - International Journal of Citizenship and Teacher Education
  • Topics: Teacher Resources and Understanding Conflict
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