The Culture of Peace Timeline
(COPN QUOTE ABOUT MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THIS WORLD. )
A statement that humankind is neither inherently violent nor biologically programed to cause war.
The idea to use the term culture of peace was inspired by an educational initiative called Cultura de paz developed in Peru and by the Seville Statement on Violence.
A meeting that essentially stated that the aims of civilization and society is to strive for peace and interculturalism. Peace is the ultimate and inherent good.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization holds its Hundred and fortieth Session. On the agenda (Item 5.4.2) is the Culture of Peace, proposed by H. E. Mr Ahmed Sayyad.
A call to action for educators to strive for a culture of peace through teaching human rights.
First international forum on the Culture of Peace in San Salvador, El Salvador to promote and discuss the culture of peace.
The Culture of Peace Program attempts to disarm and aid in peacebuilding operation in Mozambique.
Participants of Tbilisi and UNESCO move towards the ideas of respecting the multifaceted nature of different sovereignties and their qualities.
Burundi was plagued with violence and devastation, so they committed themselves to the Culture of Peace
discussion of the importance of women’s role in implementing a Culture of Peace and what needs to be achieved to complete a Culture of Peace.
UNESCO explores the importance of an integrated economy and the implications it has on society and democracy.