For Educators

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We believe that young people have tremendous capacity, as individuals and as a community, to learn about and contribute to international conflict management. We also believe that educators can channel students’ energy and enthusiasm in positive ways.
We believe that young people have tremendous capacity, as individuals and as a community, to learn about and contribute to international conflict management. We also believe that educators can channel students’ energy and enthusiasm in positive ways.

In this section, you will find a range of resources to help you teach young people how conflicts are resolved, peace is achieved, and how they can make a difference.

Learn more about using these resources by watching the brief webinar "Bringing Peacebuilding Into the Classroom - How to Use Global Peacebuilding Center Resources."

The Peacebuilding Toolkit for Educators is a curriculum guide developed by teachers, for teachers, to help you incorporate the themes and skills of international conflict management and peacebuilding into your classroom.

The lessons, simluations, activities, and ideas in this section draw on USIP's work to provide you a rich assortment of teaching resources on peace and conflcit themes.  

In our multimedia section, you can find videos, audio, and photo galleries to supplement your lessons.

Through teacher workshops, webinars, and other opportunities, the Global Peacebuilding Center offers educators support and training as you seek to incorporate peacebuilding themes and skills into your educational settings.

Our Educator Network invites you to join and engage with a community of educators interested int eaching about peacebuilding and to share your own best practices and ideas.

The Global Peacebuilding Center offers educational programs for student groups at our Washington, DC headquarters. Plan Your Visit to USIP today!

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