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Try yourself in journalism!

Dear friends and subscribers! As you can see (http://peace-league.com/en/what-adults-can-learn-from-children/; http://peace-league.com/en/creativity-in-the-name-of-peace/), the International League of Peace brings together the volunteers of all ages such as Nastia Pavlova, who helped us to conduct the opinion surveys on kids’ creativity and peace. Both people who were polled and those who saw the video liked our young and talented journalist Nastia. (more…)...

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The doors softly slammed shut and it became very quiet and dark inside the car. Old man on the backseat watched rain drops silently knocking into the car window, thinking about something. Finally he turned to the driver and commanded: "Move on!" Long black car quickly drove in the bright evening city, exciting envy and admiration in passers-by.

 He had a lot to think about. Theatre wasn’t...

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An explosion shook a house. People sitting in the cellar looked at the ceiling from which dust sifted down as the walls trembled. “This is the fourth time they are bombing us this morning”, mother said. Vadim shrugged and went on playing with his toy car. Two wheels of the toy were lost during numerous moves and paint has scaled off, but still it was his favourite toy....

Ukraine and its children: psychologist’s opinion

Psychologist Andrey Chistyakov commented on a survey carried out by the International League of Peace. Watch a new video of the Organization and get the following questions answered:  should we explain children what is war; Ukraine’s future generation: what is it like; what sort of people our children become; should we teach children to be good negotiators.

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How to explain what is war to a child?

Children and war are not words that usually go together. In time of war children are especiallysensitive and defenceless.

International League of Peace asked citizens of Vyshneve (Kyiv Region) how to explain a child what is war and what happens during wartime. Responders also shared their thoughts on war games that children play, in particular, computer games and mock battles.

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