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IMPACT-se is a research, policy and advocacy organization that monitors and analyzes education across the world to determine compliance with international standards on peace and tolerance …

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IMPACT-se researches school textbooks, teachers’ guides, and curricula  to assess whether  young people are being educated to accept “the Other,” – their neighbors, minorities and even…

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A pioneer in the field of textbook analysis, IMPACT-se presents a clear picture of how different countries educate young people in relation to religions, societies, cultures, democratic values…

IRANIAN EDUCATION: THE CONTINUOUS REVOLUTION

The Iranian education curriculum includes a long list of  troubling features, offering insight into a nation preparing its population—starting with its children—for an imminent apocalyptic battle with the world’s “oppressors.”

THE PA EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM: IN THE SHADOW OF THE TERROR WAVE

This Impact-se report revisits the Palestinian Authority school curriculum.

BETWEEN SHARIA AND DEMOCRACY: ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN NORTH AMERICA

Survey of Islamic Studies curricula studied in The United States and Canada.

PEACE, TOLERANCE AND THE PALESTINIAN “OTHER”  IN ISRAELI TEXTBOOKS
This study analyzes the attitude of Israel’s education system towards the Palestinian people and nationality, and towards the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. It is based on the review of 149 state and state-religious textbooks, which were approved and recommended by the Israeli Ministry of Education for 2009-2012.

EGYPT ENHANCES ITS PEACE EDUCATION, ONE STEP AT A TIME

EGYPT ENHANCES ITS PEACE EDUCATION, ONE STEP AT A TIME

Ofir Winter wrote the following response to the February 17, 2016 Times of Israel article titled “In a first, new Egyptian schoolbook teaches peace deal with Israel.”

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The Al-Aqsa Fire—The Dangers of Manipulative Education: What Can Be Done

Every year since 1969, during the hot month of August, Palestinian politicians and media have commemorated the “Al-Aqsa Mosque Arson.” A wave of declarations and condemnations then ensue.

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One Year after the Nuclear Deal: A Troubling Curriculum in Iran

One year has elapsed since the July 14, 2015 ceremonial conclusion of the Iran Nuclear Deal, officially designated the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The Iran Deal was one of the most controversial agreements in recent history. Interestingly, neither supporters nor opponents have disagreed that the Islamic Republic of Iran is led by a […]

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The Consequences of Segregated Faith-based Education in Northern Ireland

As the UK prepares to secede from the European Union, David Mcilveen writes about faith-based education in Belfast—arguably the UK’s most divided city—and from the province that will form the UK’s only land border with the EU.

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