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Organization: The Hope Project, Diana & John Lampen
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PROGRESS: Has your organization seen progress toward a culture of peace and nonviolence in your domain of action and in your constituency during the first half of the Decade?

Development of landmines risk education and victim support in Rwenzori region, Western Uganda.

Completion of ten-year peace education programme in Belarus and satisfactory evaluation visit two years later.

Completion of seven-year peace education programme in Ukraine and satisfactory evaluation visit two years later.

Development of peace education for young people in Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Several school mediation services developed in UK.

Development of village & school peace clubs in Uganda.

OBSTACLES: What are the most important obstacles that have prevented progress?

Lack of governments' understanding of peace education.

Sporadic funding.

ACTIONS: What actions have been undertaken by your organization to promote a culture of peace and nonviolence during the first half of the Decade?

[See PROGRESS section]



Young Bosnians from different communities doing a co-operative task in a Hope Project workshop.

ADVICE: What advice would you like to give to the Secretary-General and the General Assembly to promote a culture of peace and nonviolence during the second half of the Decade?

When post-war reconstruction is undertaken (e.g. by UNDP) there should always be a programme of social reconstruction (peacebuilding).  Whatever the duration of the physical reconstruction project, the social reconstruction should be planned and financed for at least ten years.

PARTNERSHIPS: What partnerships and networks does your organization participate in, thus strengthening the global movement for a culture of peace?

Belarussian Association of UNESCO Clubs.
Teachers for Peace & Understanding, Ukraine.
Rwenzori Peace Bridge of Understanding, Kasese, Uganda.
Anti Mines Network-Rwenzori, Kasese, Uganda.
Conflict Resolution by Youth (CRY-Uganda)
Jamii ya Kupatanisha, Kampala, Uganda
Mali Korak, Croatia
Omadinski Centar, Gornji Vakuf/Uskoplje, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Sezam - Put do Djece, Zenica, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Quaker Peace & Social Witness, U.K.
West Midlands Quaker Peace Education Project, U.K.
Corrymeela Community, Northern Ireland, U.K.

PLANS: What new engagements are planned by your organization to promote a culture of peace and nonviolence in the second half of the Decade (2005-2010)?


Postal address of organization

21 Heathfield Gardens, Stourbridge, DY8 3YD, U.K.

E-mail address of organization

lampen@hopeproject.co.uk

Website address of organization

www.hopeproject.co.uk

Highest priority action domain of a culture of peace

Only to respond to needs and requests of our partner organisations.

Second priority action domain of a culture of peace


Highest priority country of action (or international)

INTERNATIONAL

Second priority country of action (or international)

U.K.
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