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Curricula & Manuals

For Refugees & Asylees

Working with Refugees and Asylees

  • The New Minnesotans, helping communities grow and thrive together. "The Minnesota Community Campaign is a civic action campaign that encourages communities to welcome the tens of thousands of immigrants and refugees that have arrived and settled in our urban and rural areas in the past several decades. The Campaign hopes to build awareness and affect positive change through art, media, education, social service, and policy making."

Regarding Refugees & Asylees

Cultural Understanding & Exploration

Peace Education

  • Cultivating Peace in the 21st Century (Canada), a curricula for secondary school students. Modules focus on peaceful coexistence and understanding peace and conflict; and putting personal beliefs into action. http://www.cultivatingpeace.ca/cpmaterials/
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