Ten years after the initiation of the Arigatou International ethics education initiative, an International Seminar was arranged to celebrate the achievments and thank all involed but also to solicit input for the direction and strategies for the next decade of ethics education for children from an interfaith perspective
Two Arigatou International trained trainers introduced the ethics education program and Learing to Live Together
at an International Seminar for teachers and trainers in Athens in April.
The teachers of the 5th grade students of the Elementary School of Intercultural Education of Paleo Faliro, Athens, Greece used two activities from the Learning to Live Together manual to organize actions for the 6 March Day of Action against Bullying and School Violence
and the 21 March Day against Racial Discrimination
A Learning to Live Together training workshop was organized 4-9 March 2013 in Thimphu, Bhutan.
This training workshop is unique, not because it was done in the District of Kilimanjaro, but because it was organized, for the first time, for a group of Sports teachers.
Significant comments were made by UNESCO and UNICEF on the statement co-signed by Arigatou International underlining the importance of child rights to education in the Post-2015 agenda.
The statement which was delivered at the High Level Panel Discussion on Human Rights Mainstreaming is underlinning the need to make education a priority in the post-2015 framework .
Sarvodaya Movement, through the South Asian Secretariat of the Global Network of Religions for Children, has organized a training on 'Learning To Live Together - Inter-cultural and Inter-faith Ethics Education Program for Children' for 40 educators in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Training workshops in how to use Learning to Live Together
are regularly organized in various parts of the world. The latest training workshop was held in Portugal 6 - 9 November. It was a Basic Training in which twenty professionals and youth leaders participated.
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An Ethics Education workshop for a group of 20 school students of ages 15-18 years was organized in the Maldives from 3 - 5 May, 2012