Peacebuilding knowledge, attitudes and skills: desk review and recommendations

This report includes a draft outline of competencies reflecting the knowledge, attitudes, and skills that children need to become peacebuilders. These competencies use simple, concrete language and first person statements (“I” or “We”) to illustrate peacebuilding behaviours and emphasize the role of the child. They are adaptable to different levels of knowledge, skill, and attitude acquisition depending on children’s age, developmental capacity, literacy, and psycho-social needs and could be sequenced to reflect those capacities (e.g. “I speak up for myself” proceeds “I speak up for myself and others.”)

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Peacebuilding knowledge, attitudes and skills: desk review and recommendations

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New York, UNICEF, 2013
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2013
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Connaissances, attitudes et aptitudes en matière de consolidation de la paix : recherche documentaire et recommandations

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New York, UNICEF, 2013
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2013
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57 p.
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