“Students can Change a School”: Understanding the Role of Youth Leadership in Building a School Culture of Peace
Department of Conflict Resolution Studies
Conflict Resolution Quarterly
What is the impact of youth interfaith dialogues on students and school communities? What role does the inclusion of opportunities for youth leadership in the “program design play? We implemented a series of such dialogues, which then led to youth‐designed and implemented peace projects at their school sites. Using qualitative and quantitative assessments, this article adds to the literature on critical peace education, offering useful insights for both practitioners and researchers.
Duckworth, C. L., Albano, T., Munroe, D., & Garver, M. E. (2019). “Students can Change a School”: Understanding the Role of Youth Leadership in Building a School Culture of Peace. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 36 (3), 235-249. https://doi.org/10.1002/crq.21245
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