Education for Conflict Resolution: Can We Learn to Live Together?

Education for Conflict Resolution: Can We Learn to Live Together?

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The Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict set out in 1994 to answer three questions: What are the problems posed by deadly ethnic, nationalist and religious conflict within and between states, and why is outside help often necessary to deal with these problems? What can be done to prevent deadly conflict? And who should do the work? In the two essays in this volume, reprinted from the 1993 and 1994 annual reports of Carnegie Corporation of New York, David Hamburg presented his views on the crucial importance of conflict prevention in today's world and on how it might be approached, both by mobilizing organizations and institutions worldwide and by strengthening the education of our children in conflict resolution.
Citation: Hamburg, David A. Education for Conflict Resolution: Can We Learn to Live Together? (Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1994)
Program: International Peace and Security