Teachers: Visit the free MY HERO Lesson Plan for International Day of Peace. Includes discussion guide and learning outcomes.
Finding Peace in this troubled world through animation and documentary.
International Day of Peace '14. Mohamed Sidibay: My Journey From Child soldier to Peace Activist
This selection of short films appropriate for Middle and High School students includes people who are dedicated to bringing peace into this troubled world. Some have overcome great adversity and have learned the power of forgiveness, tolerance, and compassion on the path to deeper peace.
Dr. James Doty speaks on the power of compassion and importance of the work of CCARE.
What happens when a mosque moves across the street from a church in the Bible Belt?
A grieving father overcomes tragedy by creating something beautiful in his son's name - Tariq Khamisa.
Le Ly Hayslip is a humanitarian, memoirist, and peacemaker who founded East Meets West, a nonprofit humanitarian relief organization that strives to rebuild post-war lives both emotionally and physically.
Accounts of scientists who state that conservation dialogues could bring areas of conflict to resolution.
Aliya Harir was brought up in Pakistan to think of India as the enemy. So when she met Indians while studying in the US, she was surprised to gain a new perspective. She now works on peacebuilding initiatives.
Douglas Noll was a trial lawyer for 22 years, but since leaving the courtroom, he has taught mediation techniques to inmates through the organization he cofounded, Prison of Peace.
Peace Is a Powerful Subject for Artists and Students Everywhere
Peace is often a common, yet powerful, theme for artists of all ages and done in any medium. It is a theme that resonates with people young or old, from all walks of life, and from anywhere in the world.
Celebrating 2017 art honoree, director Jules Lamore and the 20th Anniversary of Peace Pals International, which inspires global youth to make art for peace.
The following stories have audio links that allow students to listen to the story as they read.
Enter the Ron Kovic Peace Prize in the MY HERO International Film Festival
The Ron Kovic Peace Prize is a $1,000 prize awarded to the short film that most effectively addresses the issue of world peace.
An International program designed to encourage youths to become peacemakers dedicated to living in the spirit of the words,
The Carter Center seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health.
Artwork curated by MY HERO Arts Education and Gallery director Giselle Villatoro.
Audio curated by MY HERO Audio director Stu Pearlman.
Organizer created on 7/4/2012 7:54:06 AM by Becky Miller
Last edited 8/30/2021 1:41:20 PM by Wendy Milette