"Peace Counts" exhibition and workshops in Tehran's universities


Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of Allameh Tabatabai University in Tehran hosted the "Peace Counts" exhibition on 13-20 December, 2015. The exhibition was organized in collaboration with the Tehran Peace Museum on the occasion of the National Research Week. 

 

The Peace Counts exhibition includes 25 posters; each introduces different peace builders around the world. The exhibition is part of the international “Peace Counts on Tour” project of German Berghof Foundation and has been displayed in many countries.


Also on December 16th 2015, the Peace Counts exhibition was held for interested students and several topics were discussed in that including different concepts of peace, peace activists around the world, as well as the concept of conflict and conflict escalation.


In Addition, on the occasion of the World science Day for Peace and Development, the Peace Counts workshop, was held by the Tehran Peace Museum on November 8th, 2015 in the Shahid Rajaei University in Tehran.

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