The Global Writing Peace Piloting (GWPP) was launched on 9 April 2019, including 40 countries, notably through the UNESCO Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) until 31 July 2019. The objective of the GWPP is to underline the crucial need for intercultural competencies as part of basic education, contributing to SDGs 4 and 16 of the 2030 Agenda.
By collecting a critical mass of evaluation questionnaires until 31 July 2019, the GWPP pilot will evaluate the impact of the manual Writing Peace on the acquisition of intercultural competencies by students (8-18 years old), making peace tangible and accessible through respect for cultural diversity, shared capital of humanity.
To carry out this large-scale pilot and support associated schools, a list of the necessary tools is at their disposal.
- The Writing Peace manual, also available in Arabic, French, Portuguese/Brazilian and Spanish
- In addition to this support, a pedagogical guide written by Eric Cattelain, author the Manual, is intended for trainers to guide and animate this piloting. The guide is available in Arabic and French.
And the following piloting tools:
- Instructional framework for the manual, also available in French and in Spanish
- GWPP Guidelines also available in French and Spanish
Evaluation questionnaires for pilots until 31 July 2019 for:
pre-piloting, also available in Arabic, French and Spanish
post-piloting, also available in Arabe, French and Spanish
- Teachers – until 30 June 2019, also available in French and Spanish
- ASPnet National Coordinators to be submitted before 31 July 2019, available in :
The photo gallery contains the memories of each Writing Peace workshop and the activities related to this piloting.
- First workshop on Writing Peace, Rabat, Morocco, 21-22 February 2018.
- Second workshop, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 23-24 October 2018.
- Third workshop, Cairo, Egypt, 23-24 April 2019.
Finally, at the origins of Writing Peace, its exhibition: