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Decolonising Peace Education in Africa

Decolonising Education for Peace in Africa

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Discussions were done with faculty members at MSU especially about the values. Lectures were also done with students who took Applied History Education and Heritage Courses. In these deliberations, ideas that speak to developing certain skills necessary for transformational pedagogy were shared.

Further collaboration projects were engaged in with UNESCO and The Commonwealth Universities.

Other beneficiaries included BaTonga Museum, Choma Crafts Centre, Lusaka National Museum, Binga Crafts Centre, Catholic Commission for Peace and Justice (Zimbabwe Chapter), MSU Gender Institute, and 15 Teacher’s Colleges in Zimbabwe. In addition, training materials were developed.