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An introduction for peace education for senior secondary school pupils in Sierra Leone

Green Scenery has come a long way with its Peacebuilding initiative for schools
(Schools Peacebuilding Project). The organization started this initiative in 2003
after the despicable violent event during the inter-secondary schools football
competition held immediately after the official declaration of the end of the war
in 2002. The violence at that event saw a number of children dead, scores wounded
and property including vehicles destroyed. The violence took all by surprise and
very little was done to coil it.

HANDBOOK ON HUMAN RIGHTS, RULE OF LA W AND PEACE BUILDING

·The judicial system requires imp artiality and reliability
·Every individual should have respect for self,
others and for authority . Every citizen must speak
kindly and behave courteously to other people
In the process of rebuilding, it is necessary to involve a
wide range of persons, including opinion leaders, NGOs,
young men, such as bike riders and women who are
dedicated to reconciliation and development. Although
conflict is inevit able, what is import ant is for us to be able

Community Peace building for Development

To promote education and awareness on the country's environment in general and in particular the conservation of
the country's biodiversity.
To promote the practice of human rights as it affects the socio-economic, political and developmental life of Sierra
Leoneans as a means to access resources, facilities and opportunities.
Green Scenery will ensure that the voice of people are heard in policy discussions, and will itself influence policy in

GREEN SCENERY Campaign for a Violence-free Local Council ElectionLocal Council Election

Why 14 Days, 14 Ways?
• Green Scenery believes that 14 days is
just long enough to accompany the 
election process and to keep the interest
of the electorate until the e-day. of the electorate until the e-day. 

OUR ENVIRONMENT-2 A Teaching Manual For Junior Secondary School

Backgr ound Information
The world is made up of many regions.  The major regions are North America, Central America, South America,
Russia, Middle East, South Asia, India, China, Japan, South East Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, Canada,
Caribbean and Mexico.
The future of the world is considerably more international in nature and is becoming increasingly smaller and
substantially more interdependent as global interdependence has become a reality , it has become vital for the
citizens of this world to develop literacy in global matters.

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