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The Lynda A. Cohen Center for the Study of Child Development

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A research-focused forum and behavioral health clinic that acknowledges the key to resolving issues of violence and
inequality among people lies in nurturing the social competence of young children. The center is committed to educating the community
about the importance of developmentally appropriate adult-child interactions as a tool for raising social consciousness.

Director of Research, Dr. William Mosier

 

The Missing Peace Art Space
A tolerant, non-commercial artistic forum
for contemplating the issues of peace and violence.

234 S. Dutoit Street, Dayton, Ohio
937-241-4353 • www.missingpeaceart.org
member of the
International Network of Museums for Peace
Missing Peace Art Space
   
Hands Art Project Hands Art Work Project
The Unitarian Fellowship for World Peace has created the “Hands Art Work” project where refugees from different parts of the globe gather to create artwork such as earring cards and necklaces.
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Interfaith Peace Project in Pakistan
 
STAR Organization (Sympathy, Treatment, Acceptance & Rehabilitation)
St. No. 3 Block “A” near Catholic Church
Barket Pura, Faisalabad, Pakistan.
With support from the UFWP the members of the STAR Organization created and facilitated an
Interfaith peace project for the month of September 2010, leading up to the celebration of
the International Day of Peace, September 21st, 2010.
The project included peace education workshops with teachers from schools and then
peace activities with students, see project report for details.
18 schools participated in the teacher's workshop.
15 schools participated in student activities.
Peace education, especially dealing with interfaith issues, is a key component to future stability
and peace in Pakistan and the surrounding regions.

September 2011 this interfaith peace education project was repeated with support
from UFWP and others.
 Teachers and students can play active role in Inter-Faith harmony and Peace promotion in society”
was the 2011 theme of activities and a host of other Pakistan Peace organizations joined
in the peace education effort throughout Sept 2011.
This important peace program reaches thousands of students in
the area surrounding Faisalabad.


How children are raised, nurtured and educated will directly impact the future of
 peace and prosperity throughout the world.
This is the key to a future of peace.

*if you want to help projects such as these please contact us.
U.S. aid reaches very few of these kind of grassroots programs,
and this is where the greatest change can occur.