World Peace Game

World Peace Game

With handing out the GLOBART Award to John Hunter in 2012 an unforseeable success story began. The reform pedagogical approach of the world famous pedagogue revolutionizes education in many class rooms – all over Europe.Since 2014 The World Peace Game Foundation with the help and support of GLOBART, has educated 209 pedagogues from 28 different countries to become facilitators for the World Peace Game giving them a unique tool for teaching. An approach that prepares students for the crucial tasks of the future, that fosters their peace and social competences as well as their decision making abilities and gives them a tool to become reflective, critical and energetic global citizens.

With the help of GLOBART over 50 World Peace Games have been played and over 1.900 pupils solved the biggest and most important crises of our time and are furthermore engaging in a culture of civil courage.

The World Peace Game is turning education upside down, because it is more than just a game!

Knowledge, creativity and social competence are needed.
Teachers are becoming the considerate audience and mediators.
Children are being confronted, in a playful way, with realistic, global conflicts and they are supposed to solve them together.

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