Building a culture of peace : peace education in Kenyan primary schools

@inproceedings{Lauritzen2013BuildingAC,
  title={Building a culture of peace : peace education in Kenyan primary schools},
  author={Solvor Mj{\o}berg Lauritzen},
  year={2013}
}
Although education in recent years has been recognised as holding the potential for both building peace and fuelling conflict, research in the area is scarce. This thesis therefore investigated the role education has played in peace-building following the 2007/08 post-election violence in Kenya. Kenya was chosen because a peace education programme was launched following the violence, making the country particularly progressive in that respect. In order to generate in-depth knowledge on the… CONTINUE READING

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