The Peace Foundation is inviting secondary schools to book a free REACT (Responding to Armed Conflict) workshop about raising awareness in local communities on international armed conflicts.

REACT is meant to raise awareness about armed conflicts, emphasise nuclear abolition and disarmament and engage youth in responding to armed conflicts.

We have workshops on:

☑ Uniting for Peace

☑ Uniting for Climate Action

☑ Uniting for Education

☑ Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

☑ Ukraine Invasion

☑ North Korea

☑ Iran

we cater to your needs

Our workshops are completely FREE and can be made in-person or online at a time which suits teachers and students!

To fit into the Aotearoa, New Zealand school curriculum our topics are flexible. If you require a specific topic which is being taught or that you would prefer us to present on an area not already covered (within the scope of international armed conflict) we can work with you to tailor our presentations around your needs as well.

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About our funders

The Public Advisory Committee on Disarmament and Arms Control (PACDAC) is a committee of experts who advise the Aotearoa, New Zealand government on matters that relate to disarmament and arms control. This committee was established by the 1987 New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone, Disarmament and Arms Control Act. An objective of PACDAC is to promote disarmament, arms control, and international peace.

In 2004, the Disarmament Education United Nations Implementation Fund (DEUNIF) was established. Today, it supports our REACT education programme, and makes it possible for us to provide this FREE educational service to schools and students.