Peace Education Scotland are a Scottish Charity (#SC046853) who aim to advance knowledge of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction.
Our fully funded Peace Academy is taking place on the 27 – 29 July 2018 – where you can learn about all aspects of peace campaigning work, communications, lobbying, grassroots empowerment, online engagement, fundraising and much more. Please visit this page for details & to apply for a fully funded place. If you want to volunteer please contact us.
Our popular educational resource “Nuclear Weapons: Yes or No” is aimed at late primary to secondary school pupils.
It has four units which can be viewed/downloaded as PDF files here:
The resource includes videos, further challenges, resources and an Added Value Unit which can be selected at the teacher’s discretion to add depth and width to the topic.
Hiroshima Survivor to speak at Mugstock festival prior to human peace logo formation & address Scottish youth at national conference photo/journalists opportunities listed below: Friday 27th of July Testimony from Hiroshima survivor 4.30 pm, Glasgow (University of Strathclyde Students’ Association) … Continue reading
You might be aware of you 3 day Youth Peace Academy. Applications are not officially closed, but we might be able to make some space for last minute registrations. We have a number of events open to our members and supporters. While these … Continue reading
Survivors’s Stories Talk available for your school Teachers are invited to book a rare and moving talk with: • Hibakusha video testimonies, poems, stories, posters and a presentation of the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings • Ending with a “How to make a peace crane” … Continue reading
Many thanks to Emma Cooper, History Teacher at Farr High School, Highlands for this encouraging feedback. Education Pack Success Hello, I am the History teacher at Farr High School, Highlands. I picked up a copy of the education packs from the … Continue reading
A 15 minute TED talk about nuclear war and its implications. For the first time in decades, it’s hard to ignore the threat of nuclear war. But as long as you’re far from the blast, you’re safe, right? Wrong. In … Continue reading
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