- Educational Administration and Supervision,
- Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research,
- Educational Leadership,
- Educational Methods,
- Higher Education Administration,
- Higher Education and Teaching,
- Other Educational Administration and Supervision,
- Other Teacher Education and Professional Development and
- Teacher Education and Professional Development
In the geographically remote culture and context of Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan, this study explores the perceptions and practices of peace education by two secondary school head teachers (one in a relatively urban area and another in a rural area), as well as three additional teachers from each school. A qualitative, interview-based research approach is employed. The concept of peace education is related by the interviewed teachers to the inculcation and development of positive thinking and positive attitude among students. This positivity is seen as instrumental for the holistic development of the children, and ultimately, for the cultivation of a peaceful society.
Begum, A. (2012). The concept and perception of peace education in Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan: A comparative case study. The Peace and Conflict Review, 7(1), 25-39.