Day 2: Civil Match sessions – EENCE presented at Conflict Resolution track
It was highlighted how the sharing of knowledge can positively impact on peace talks, how education as a toolset forms an attitude about the meaning of peace in human life, prevents the emergence of conflicts and creates conditions for peace in the world, promotes humanistic values such as respect for human rights, freedom and confidence.
EENCE practices of working together as a diverse group of Experts and organizations were shared with the participants as well as interesting use cases were highlighted during the Q&A session.
Network itself is a truly successful example of how conflict zone country representatives can interact, create and work together.
And again as a main peace-building tool we view Education because it has transformative potential in conflict-affected environments, creates public dialogue in different sectors of society, it empowers youth workers to take innovative and creative approaches in resolving conflicts and is a part of Sustainable Development Goals N4(Education) and contributes to the fulfillment of goal N16(Conflicts) towards the Agenda of 2030.