The United Board supports peace education projects that guide students to explore the causes of historical and contemporary conflicts in their communities, as well as the means of addressing them. Examples are the interdisciplinary study of the cultural, religious, social, economic, and psychological roots of conflict and the conditions for peace and reconciliation.

For more information, contact Mr. Lentson Amos, Consultant, Assistant Director of South Asia Programs, at

To learn more about United Board programs and support for whole person education, please contact the individual responsible for your region. Click here for contact information.


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