Peace Counts in Saravan Azad University

 

The Peace Counts workshop was held in the Saravan, the capital of Saravan County in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, on December 17th, 2016. This workshop was held in Islamic Azad university of Saravan, with 13 participants from students, lecturers and staffs. Some lawyers and officials of Saravan were among the participants as well.


During the workshop different concepts of peace as well as conflict escalation levels were discussed. The posters with the central point of local mediators specially "New Life for an Old Tradition" was the subject of discussions since the participants thought it can be an acceptable way of de-escalation in their region too.


The Peace Counts exhibition includes 25 stories of successful peace builders from around the world. Interested groups or individuals can contact us via: peace.counts@ tehranpeacemuseum.org

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