Peace Building

Working Group

Connie Duran Robertson, Mexico
Diane Levin, United States
Ella Williams, United States
Kishor Shrestha, Nepal 
Laura Henry, United Kingdom

Mine Conkbayir, United Kingdom
Nanditha Hetitantri, Sri Lanka
Tracy Seed, United Kingdom

Liaison:  Julie Rose, United States



Building networks of knowledge, support and advocacy for early childhood practice and policies in regions experiencing or emerging from armed conflict.

Webinar: Explore Peace Building with Young Children


Healing the Self: An Experience of Post-Earthquake in Nepal

By Meenakshi Dahal

When I reached the shelter after a week, Rabin (name changed), age 5, came running towards me asking why I was not there for about a week. I asked smiling, whether he missed me. He slowly replied, “yes, I was waiting for you every day. We had nothing to do.” And I […]

Share Your Stories of Children’s Positive Healing Experiences

Please share your practical stories of helping children deal with stress and trauma with our Peace Building Working Group. How do children learn to feel safe and secure, and develop resilience, when faced with violence and natural disasters? Learn more…

P.E.A.C.E Newsletter

P.E.A.C.E. NEWS Vol. 37: Spring 2016 (Previously CEASE).

Featured in this issue:

Peace Educators Allied for Children Everywhere Presents the 2015 Peace Awards
Justice and Early Education
Peace Education: A Transformative Process
Peace Education Strategies
Peaceful Environments
Peace Education: A Personal bibliography

From Conflict to Peacebuilding

This book contains stories of hope and encouragement and of just what early childhood practitioners can do and achieve in the face of adversity. From Conflict to Peace Building shows us that it is possible to make a real difference in the lives of children and families in societies affected by conflict

Peace building Statement on Leadership

The Vital Importance of Developing Leaders Who Promote Peace Building and Conflict Resolution Skills in the Early Childhood Field around the World