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YEAR 2000 UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL YEAR
FOR A CULTURE OF PEACE

Table of Contents:

1. "Canada and a Culture of Peace" -- Speech from the Throne - HONOURABLE DOUGLAS ROCHE, November 30, 1999

1.1  Message from the Director-General of UNESCO Koichiro Matsuura on the occasion of the International Year for the Culture of Peace and UNESCO's Culture of Peace Website

1.2NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes) "The Human Right to Peace"

1.3NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes) The Values of a Culture of Peace and Non-violence

1.4NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes) THE UNITED NATIONS CULTURE OF PEACE AND NON-VIOLENCE PROGRAM IN CANADA: A Report to the United Nations Secretary General pursuant to General Assembly Resolution A/RES/58/11 paragraph 12 (i.e. the Mid Term Report of the Decade of a Culture of Peace) Prepared by Robert Stewart , Director, Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace, March 14, 2005

2.  Canadian Status Report on the Culture of Peace Program

2.1 Report #1
2.2 Report #2
2.3
Calgary area trail blazing initiatives for International Year for Culture of Peace
2.4 Upcoming Canadian COP Events - read about our conference November 2004

2.5 Canadian Culture of Peace Program Web Site and Announcements. NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)

3.  UNESCO Reports on the Culture of Peace Program

3.1  UNESCO Culture of Peace Program Summary
3.2  Visit UNESCO Manifesto 2000 web site
http://www3.unesco.org/manifesto2000
Make your personal pledge to act for peace and nonviolence at http://www3.unesco.org/manifesto2000/uk/uk_manifeste.htm .   This pledge can be made by your organization as a whole.
3.3 
United Nations Resolution A/RES/53/243 Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace (pdf format) - English version; French version.
videoanim.gif (3809 bytes) 3.4  Peace is in our Hands Video (45 sec), available for Real Player, Download Real Player here and Quicktime Download QuickTime here
3.5  The UNESCO Newsletter 'Peace on the Move' documents the multiplicity of everyday actions around the worlod and the attitude and behaviours by which we can create together a new millennium of a culture of peace.  http://www.unesco.org/iycp
3.6 Appeal by the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates http://209.238.73.41

4.  Canadian Commission for UNESCO Information Kit

5.  Creating a Culture of Peace - a Workshop Kit produced by Canadian Voice of Women for Peace (VOW), FRENCH VERSION: http://www.unac.org/francais/peacecp/vow/index.html

6.  Culture of Peace Program Frequently Asked Questions

7.  What is a Culture of Peace?

7.1  Submissions by our readers

7.2 CREATING GLOBAL-LOCAL CULTURES OF PEACE by Linda Groff and Paul Smoker - http://www.gmu.edu/academic/pcs/smoker.htm
 
7.3 Action Plan for the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World (2001-2010) submitted to the U.N. July 25, 2000 by the Appeal of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Foundation

7.4 A Culture of Peace through Tourism by Julia Morton-Marr

8.  Canadian Values

8.1  Introduction to the Process of Clarifying Canadian Values
8.2  Phase 1 - Values Clarity
8.3  Building Peace by Working to Change Behaviours, Forge Values
8.4  It's Good Business
8.5  Commerce with Conscience
8.6  Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade discussion paper on Corporate Social Responsibility http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/tna-nac/Corporate_discussion-e.asp
8.7  Response to the DFAIT discussion paper on Corporate Social Responsibility by Craig Forcese    
8.8 Buy in or sell out? Understanding business-NGO partnerships by World Vision, Summer 2000 http://www.worldvision.org.uk/world_issues/global_economic/business-NGO.html
8.9
NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes) BUDDHIST ECONOMICS by E. F. Schumacher

9.  Promoting Institutional Transformation

9.1  Canadian Commission for UNESCO
9.2  Government of Canada
9.3  Education and Peacebuilding: A Preliminary Operational Framework (4/23/99), The Canadian Education system must be rebuilt and not simply re-instituted
9.3.1  Education for Peace:  TOWARDS A MILLENNIUM OF WELL-BEING by Toh See-Hin (S.H. Toh)
9.3.2  Peacebuilding and Education (by Mary Biggs)
9.3.3  Visions of a Canadian Peace Institute
9.4
What does our future demand of leaders today? by Carly Fiorina, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett Packard, September, 2001
9.5
The Global Campaign for Peace Education
9.6
NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes) The Culture of Peace News Network

10.  National Culture of Peace Program for Canada

10.1  'Is Peace Achievable?' and 'A Framework for a National Culture of Peace Program' by Robert Stewart
10.2
Proposed "NATIONAL CULTURE OF PEACE PROGRAM FOR CANADA" (COPP)
10.3  "Is something wrong with this picture?" 
10.4
Canadian Culture of Peace Program Announcement November 23, 2004. NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)

11.  Other

11.1  Programme Document Culture of Peace Office - Office of the President of the Republic of Ecuador - Slide Presentation
11.2  Reference
Acadia University Culture of Peace Program web site http://ace.acadiau.ca/Peace/
11.3  Australia Activities for Year 2000 United Nations International Year for a Culture of Peace

11.4  International Holistic Tourism Education Centre's Culture of Peace Statement
11.5
THE NATIONAL CULTURE OF PEACE PROGRAMME IN EL SALVADOR: AN INITIAL REPORT http://www.unesco.org/cpp/uk/projects/elsaart.htm
11.6 The United Nations Association of Canada web site for a Culture of Peace http://www.unac.org/peacecp/index.html
11.7  logoicon1.gif (957 bytes)  Culture of Peace Logos accessible for download
11.8  Manifesto 2000 Leaflet accessible for download

11.9  The Culture of Peace and the Evolution Of Human Beings

11.10   CREATING A CULTURE OF PEACE IN THE FACE OF ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION, by Bruna Nota - WILPF International President

11.11 Peacebuilding for a Culture of Peace - Thesis, by Angela Ward, May 1999





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