Teaspoons of Peace
Small but significant choices, decisions and actions creating more peace in the world
What is peace? What is a culture of peace? What does it mean to be peaceful? What are personal choices, decisions and actions needed to create more peace in the world? What does it take to be an active and effective peace-maker?
Teaspoons of Peace is an answer to all of those questions. It follows on from the Teaspoons of Change concept and organisation knowing that any action, even small actions, multiplied by lots of people equals big change, and in this case specific to Peace.
From June to December 2017 d’Arcy will be visiting many people, places and countries to research for his master’s thesis looking at what is a culture of peace and how can Teaspoons of Peace make a positive contribution.
Ask us about our Teaspoons of Peace workshops for your school, business or community.
Follow d’Arcy and his peace journey on the Teaspoons of Peace Facebook page
World Peace Game Documentary
8 minute trailer
The full documentary interweaves the story of John Hunter, a teacher in Charlottesville, Virginia, with his students’ participation in an exercise called the World Peace Game. The game triggers an eight-week transformation of the children from students of a neighborhood public school to citizens of the world.
TED talk with John Hunter
At TED2011, John Hunter explains how his World Peace Game engages schoolkids, and why the complex lessons it teaches — spontaneous, and always surprising — go further than classroom lectures can.