Education for Peacebuilding – Sara’s Story
Breaking down gender stereotypes in schools in Uganda
Education builds peace
Over 250,000 children affected by Colombia conflict since 2013, despite peace talks – UNICEF
NEWS: UN Security Council Adopts Historic Resolution on Youth, Peace and Security
A Year of Plenty:  A story of change through education for peacebuilding A Year of Plenty:  A story of change through education for peacebuilding A Year of Plenty:  A story of change through education for peacebuilding
Mari Malek visits Learning for Peace programme in South Sudan
International Day of Peace: DJ and model Mari Malek visits school in South Sudan
NEWS: Conflict drives 13 million children out of school in the Middle East and North Africa, according to a new UNICEF report
Syria: hundreds of thousands of children missing out on education
Julia Gillard: Lessons for Oslo
The emotional impact of protracted conflict on children: rethinking our response The emotional impact of protracted conflict on children: rethinking our response
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  • Education for Peacebuilding – Sara’s Story
  • Breaking down gender stereotypes in schools in Uganda
  • Education builds peace
  • Over 250,000 children affected by Colombia conflict since 2013, despite peace talks – UNICEF
  • NEWS: UN Security Council Adopts Historic Resolution on Youth, Peace and Security
  • A Year of Plenty:  A story of change through education for peacebuilding
  • Mari Malek visits Learning for Peace programme in South Sudan
  • International Day of Peace: DJ and model Mari Malek visits school in South Sudan
  • NEWS: Conflict drives 13 million children out of school in the Middle East and North Africa, according to a new UNICEF report
  • Syria: hundreds of thousands of children missing out on education
  • Julia Gillard: Lessons for Oslo
  • The emotional impact of protracted conflict on children: rethinking our response
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Learning for Peace

The four-year Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy Programme (2012-2015) – designed as a partnership among UNICEF, the Government of the Netherlands, the national governments of participating countries and other key partners – is an innovative, cross-sectoral programme focusing on education and peacebuilding.


Fourteen countries across East Asia and the Pacific, South Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, Eastern and Southern Africa, and West and Central Africa are currently taking part of the programme.


Learn more about PBEA




In Focus

Education for Peacebuilding – Sara’s Story

Education for Peacebuilding – Sara’s Story
03 June 2016 0

Sara’s Story

“The conflict between our communities had poisoned everything. School should have been the one place we could all belong… but even here, we were still divided. But somewhere along the way, something began to happen…”…


Learning for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Learning for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo
27 May 2016 0

© UNICEF DRC/2016/Jones
Jeannette, 14, performs in a play about peacebuilding. She is from the Batwa (Pygmy) ethnic group, who live side by side with the Baluba (Bantu) in this part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Sometimes conflict erupts between the two groups.

A year ago, violent conflict between ethnic groups in Jeannette’s community forced her to flee her