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Journal: Problems of Education in the 21st Century (Vol.77, No. 5)

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Page : 568-571

Keywords : universal respect; peace culture; intercultural dialogue;

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This manuscript wishes to discuss something that could be considered the oldest and the newest of themes: Peace. Peace is not just the absence of war. It may be that in your country or region there is no armed conflict. But is there peace? But then what does living in peace mean if it is not just the absence of war or conflict? It is living together with each other's differences - gender, ethnicity, language, religion and culture - while nurturing universal respect for justice and human rights is shared and coexistence based. In this sense, peace is permanently under construction and needs the participation of all, as it is the choice that encompasses sincere dialogue with other individuals and communities. And here we have a key role for education in promoting a culture of peace, from young children to adult.

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