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Best Practices of Non-Violent Conflict Resolution in and out-of-school:Some examples

Verdiani, Antonella
June 4, 2015

Source: (2002) Paris: United Nations Education Science and Culture Organization.

“Good practices”, “better practices”, “best practices”… these are words often used in
the field of education and in international jargon when alluding to development projects.
But what are we trying to say when we employ such words? Essentially we refer to
case studies, which may serve as excellent examples for the selection and development of
new projects. The idea of selecting, studying and then circulating these “best practices”,
contributes to the promotion of creative and sustainable solutions to different social problems
such as violence in schools. We can say that these patterns construct a bridge between
empirical solutions, research and education. (Excerpt)


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