ANNUAL PEACE EDUCATION CONFERENCE FOR CANADA
McMASTER UNIVERSITY, NOVEMBER 20 - 24, 2003

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (draft December _, 2003)

Members,

Our 2003 Conference started with "Advancing the Peace Education Action Plan: Who, What, Where, When and How?" Background References The Executive Summary Vision and Action Plan from our 2002 Conference.  The reader should consider this document first before going on to the 2003 outcomes.

(please forgive me -- the summary is still in preparation, details from our various flipcharts is included in the link below:


CLICK HERE FOR THE DETAILED VISIONING AND ACTION PLANNING DOCUMENT.  THIS IS '10 STAR' MUST READING.

Regards,
Bob Stewart
http://www.peace.ca  

"The world is dangerous not because of those who do harm, but because of those who look at it without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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CPIDISCUSSION EMAIL LISTSERVER SUBSCRIBE:

A CPIdiscussion email listserver has been set up to facilitate communications, networking and information dissemination with respect to peace education.  If anyone would like to participate in the Canadian Peace Institute/Initiative ("CPI") discussion and developments, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to CPIdiscussion-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to CPIdiscussion-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the CPIdiscussion webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CPIdiscussion  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the CPIdiscussion site, once registered.

Join us on CPIdiscussion email listserver for the next round of discussion on peace education in Canada.

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LANGUAGE CONSIDERATIONS:

We recognize how important it is to conduct peace education discussion like this in both of Canada's Official Languages.  Unfortunately, unless we are successful in acquiring funding for interpretation and translation between French and English languages, this discussion will be conducted in English for the most part.  We regret leaving anyone out and will plan to correct this .  (We would love to hear from anyone who would like to sponsor this initiative.)

For more information, you may visit our website at http://www.peace.ca/detailedagenda.htm  . You may contact the conference coordinator Robert (Bob) Stewart by e-mail at stewartr [at] peace.ca or visit the Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace website at http://www.peace.ca .