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Paths to a Culture of Tolerance and Peace

Edited by Basma EL Zein and Al Jarwan
Hardback
March 2021
9788770222082
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    29th March
  • ISBN 9788770222082
  • Language English
  • Pages 300 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$115.00
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March 2021
9788770222075
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  • Publisher
    River Publishers
  • Published
    25th March
  • ISBN 9788770222075
  • Language English
  • Pages 300 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
$115.00

We are living today in a multicultural world, surrounded by people from different backgrounds, cultures and religions. Establishing tolerance and peace has become crucial. Without these qualities, social stability and communal harmony are threatened; and acceptance of each other remains elusive. Spreading a culture of tolerance and peace is necessary to address contemporary issues of world peace, this includes reflection on the importance of refusing violence and adopting a more peaceful means for resolving disagreements and conflicts. This book, written by the world's foremost thinkers in this area, aims to increase feelings of openness and respect toward others, solidarity and sharing based on a sense of security in one's own identity and a capacity to recognize the many dimensions of being human in different cultural and social contexts.

Topics discussed in the book include:

  • Promoting Tolerance and Peace
  • Teaching Tolerance and Peace
  • Human Values
  • Intercultural / Interreligious dialogue
  • Human Fraternity document

1: Human Fraternity Document, And The Role Of United Arab Emirates -- H.E. Ahmed Al Jarwan, President Of The Global Council For Tolerance And Peace
2: Peace, Conflict And War: The Role Of Language And Languages -- Timothy Reagan, University Of Maine, The University Of The Free State
3: An Institutional Model For Tolerance And Peace Using A Formulaic Integration Of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion -- David L. Everett, Ph.D., Hamline University
4: “Paths To The Culture Of Tolerance And Peace” -- Urszula Cioleszynska and The Polish Network Of Women Entrepreneurship Ambassadors
5: An Identity-Based Conceptional Framework For The Assessment Of Tolerance In Education Curricula -- Karina V. Korostelina, School For Conflict Analysis & Resolution, George Mason University
6: The Historical-Legal Development Of Religious Tolerance And Harmony In Albania -- Eda Cela, University Of Elbasan
7: Tolerance And Peace Through The Portuguese Parliament Action -- H.E. Fernando Negrão, Vice President Of The Portuguese Parliament
8: Interreligious Dialogue And Its Contribution To International Security: The Case Of Albania -- Prof. Ferdinand Gjana University College Bedër, Albania
9: “Universities As Cosmopolitan Places For A Culture Of Peace And Tolerance. The Case Of The Ponto De Partida -Experiências Educativas In (University Of Lisbon, Portugal)” -- Cláudia Vaz, Ana Carolina Reis, João Ferreira Marini
10: The Peace Education Reconstructive-Empowering Approach: From Recognition To Cultures Of Peace -- Dr. Sofia Herrero Rico
11: The Meaning Of Education In A Time Of “Ressentiment” And Global Hatred -- Prof. Stephen Dobson, Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand
12: The Interreligious Dialogue As A Premise To The Culture Of Peace -- Prof. Roberta Santoro, University Of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
13: The Dialogue Between Democracies: The Resolution Of Conflicts And The Protection Of The Human Rights -- Gaetano Dammacco, University Of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
14: Tolerance & Nonviolent Practices -- Hugh J. Curran, Peace & Reconciliation Studies, University Of Maine

Basma EL Zein

Basma EL Zein is at University of Business and Technology, Saudi Arabia.

Al Jarwan

Ahmed Al Jarwan is with Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, Malta.

Tolerance; Peace; Peacebuilding; Respect; Human Values; pillars of Tolerance and Peace; Human Fraternity document; Tolerance in higher education; interreligious dialogue; ressentiment; peace education; dialogue; intercultural dialogue; conflict resolution