Peace Counts in Shiraz University

 

The Peace Counts workshop was held in Shiraz University on December 14th, 2016. This workshop was held in Shiraz University with 8 participants, students of law and psychology, were among them. Participants were members of AIESEC (International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences).


During the workshop participants got familiar with different concepts of peace after reading the Peace Counts Posters. Different aspects of peace as well as Galtung triangle on peace and violence were discussed in this workshop. After a role play based on Peace Counts posters, the participants talked in the groups on nine level of conflict escalation and the role of a mediator in each level.


AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-led network which its vision is peace and fulfillment of humankind’s potential.


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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