Peace Education Scotland are a Scottish Charity (#SC046853) who aim to advance knowledge of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction.
Survivors’ Stories Talk – available for your school
Teachers of RME, Modern Studies or History are invited to book a free presentation with a moving talk:
• Hibakusha video testimonies & stories and a presentation on the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings
• Q & A on nuclear weapons and roles of pressure groups. A great way to mark the International Day of Peace in your school, the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Anniversaries, or as a valuable follow up to the Just War Unit and Pressure Groups lessons.
Book now to get the free presentation with videos and talk, or download some of the materials here: Survivor’s Stories PDF or PowerPoint .
The exhibition Scotland A Peace of History by Scottish CND is on tour in public venues, museums and schools. Peace Education Scotland are inviting teachers to book this for free. It shares the rich heritage of the Scottish peace and nuclear disarmament movement. More details here
New for 2019 – two very topical modules – the first on the Environment and Nuclear Winter examines the effects on the climate and human survival after a regional nuclear conflict, while the second investigates the moral, ethical and legal arguments surrounding the possession and use of Nuclear Weapons. Both modules, and accompanying Powerpoint presentation are downloadable for free below:
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: