UNESCO working paper on Serious Games for Peace Education and Conflict Resolution

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The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (UNESCO) published a working paper on the application of games for peace education and conflict resolution. The author, Paul Darvasi (York University), examined several example games that illustrate the potential of digital games for the work of peace and justice. The conclusions of the study are useful both for game designers who approach related topics both for educators who intend to make use of serious games.

Find the full study here:

http://mgiep.unesco.org/working-paper-series-empathy-perspective-and-complicity-how-digital-games-can-support-peace-education-and-conflict-resolution/

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