International Day of Peace,Sep.21

Tomorrow,Sep.21. International Peace Day! SCAP remembers  thankfully all Peace makers, martyrs of peace . We empathise with all the marginalised, downtrodden, and suffering brothers and sisters around the world. We give support to the United Nations in their effort to transform the world through the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals. May all religions and groups Read more about International Day of Peace,Sep.21[…]

International Day of Peace: Realizinmg the Culture of Peace

 “Today, the United Nations is asking a big question: Is Peace a Human Right?”     Posted September 14, 2017 By Dot Maver Imagine, a circle of Wise Ones, observing humanity’s progress on Earth as peacebuilding becomes a way of life. Periodically, these Silent Watchers offer a spiritual impulse towards a Culture of Peace with Read more about International Day of Peace: Realizinmg the Culture of Peace[…]

Drawing near is touching the reality: Pope Francis

“So often we see the news on TV, or the cover of the paper, the tragedies… ‘But look, in that country the children don’t have enough to eat; in that country the children are forced to be soldiers; in that country women are enslaved; in that country… Oh, what a calamity! Poor people…’ Many pages Read more about Drawing near is touching the reality: Pope Francis[…]

Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals and targets 54 Following an inclusive process of intergovernmental negotiations, and based on the Proposal of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals , which includes a chapeau contextualising the latter, the following are the Goals and targets which we have agreed.55. The SDGs and targets are integrated and indivisible, global Read more about Sustainable Development Goals[…]

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, how then do you care?”

Touchstones of learning and living: observations from “Schools That Care” conference (Bangalore, India)  By Manasa Kambanna Conference by the Teacher Foundation emphasized that an element of care must be brought not just in our curriculum but in our personas too. “If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that Read more about “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, how then do you care?”[…]

On a culture of peace-Study war no more:

STUDY WAR NO MORE – A Concerned Citizens Study & Action Guide for “A Global Security System: An Alternative to War” Globalsecurity.WorldBeyondWar.org Join today with the Global Campaign for Peace Education, World Beyond War, and people from around the world in an effort to learn, design and take action to build a new system of Read more about On a culture of peace-Study war no more:[…]

Are educational systems equipped to meet today’s labour markets?

This is the one skill your child needs for the jobs of the future Where can your kids learn creativity and critical thinking? The answer is simpler than you think Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay 15 Sep 2017 Mirjam SchöningHead of Learning through Play in Early Childhood programme, The Lego Foundation Christina WitcombSenior Communication Manager, The Lego Read more about Are educational systems equipped to meet today’s labour markets?[…]

Clean fuel

What is CLEAN FUEL? Natural fuel, like compressed natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas, or a blend like gasohol. It produces less pollution than the alternatives and it is used as a substitute for fossil fuels.   Please follow and like us:

India’s new solar powered train coaches…..

India’s massive diesel-guzzling railway network is getting serious about its experiments with solar. On July 14, Indian Railways rolled out its first train with rooftop solar panels that power the lights, fans, and information display systems inside passenger coaches. Although the train will still be pulled by a diesel-powered locomotive, a set of 16 solar panels atop each coach Read more about India’s new solar powered train coaches…..[…]

How the smartphones changed an entire generation

How the smartphone changed an entire generation The iGen, also known as “Generation Z,” are the first generation to spend their adolescence with a smartphone. Image: REUTERS/Murad Sezer This article is published in collaboration withThe Conversation 30 Aug 2017 Jean TwengeProfessor of Psychology, San Diego State University       As someone who researches generational differences, Read more about How the smartphones changed an entire generation[…]