Tools to Create an Atmosphere of Non-Violence at Home and School
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This book aims to create an atmosphere at home and school in which children and adults can gain skills to resolve their own problems and conflicts non-violently, developing the kinds of thinking and behaviour required to live peacefully in a tense world.
Written for educators and parents, this book offers concrete strategies for creating nonviolence, with sections on affirmation, parent support groups, meeting facilitation, anecdotes from parents and teachers, annotated resource lists and bibliographies, and more, with over 100 exercises, games, and agendas to help children understand the value of cooperation and interdependence.
Judson, S. (1984). A manual on nonviolence and children. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers
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