Peace and conflict resolution education cannot be complete unless they involve all parties engaged in the educational process: students, teachers and parents or guardians. Peace education should be:
- local context-related and
It is essential for a country to include peace education in its educational curriculum to provide future generations with the necessary skills to resolve issues peaceably. Peace education cannot be taught using a didactic approach. Rather, exploratory and social inquiry approaches are recommended.
The social inquiry process involves that students:
- Start with a theory or problem
- Research and collect data
- Create a hypothesis or solution (like a traveling peace exhibit to share with other schools or the community to spark peace dialogues
- Share the hypothesis or solution with peers
- Attain input
- Make modifications to the model and sharing again
- Disseminate solutions
Inclusive social initiatives, such as peer groups and peer educators can help change harmful practices such as child marriage.