Bertha von Suttner The ‘general in chief of our little peace army’ mentioned in a newsletter of the UNESCO in January 2018

https://en.unesco.org/news/generalissimo-peace-movement Bertha von Suttner, known as the "generalissimo of the peace movement", established the Austrian Peace Society in 1891. It aimed to prevent war, carrying out research into the  causes of conflict, promoting pacifist thinking and supporting all efforts to establish international legislation as the basis for the peaceful settlement of all international disputes. As a recognized journalist and activist, von Suttner was elected Honorary P...
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In Covid_19 times, online teaching with reliable information becomes an aim. Here an example

https://kids.britannica.com/students/article/Bertha-von-Suttner/337739 (1843–1914). Austrian author Bertha von Suttner popularized her quest for world peace through her many books, essays, and newspaper articles. She was a leader in several early peace societies and is credited with influencing Swedish inventor Alfred Nobel in the establishment of the Nobel prize for peace. Suttner herself was awarded the prize in 1905. Bertha Kinsky was born on June 9, 1843, in Prague, Austria (now in the...
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Global Campaign for Peace Education

http://www.haguepeace.org/index.php?action=pe The Global Campaign for Peace Education (GCPE) seeks to develop the capacities, in teachers and learners, to face challenges of unprecedented proportion: the continued development of weapons of mass destruction, armed conflicts between states and ethnic groups, the spread of racism, gender inequality, community violence, the huge and widening gap between the rich and the poor throughout the globalized economy, massive violations of human rights an...
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