Professor Dr. H. B. Danesh

Shahin Sultana

Professor Dr. H. B. Danesh

Professor Dr. H. B. Danesh is the founder and president of the International Education for Peace Institute (Canada), visiting faculty at University Centre for Peace Studies (Austria), World Peace Academy, University of Basel (Switzerland). He is a retired professor of conflict resolution, peace education, and psychiatry at universities in North America and Europe. Dr. Danesh has conducted research and published on issues of peace education, leadership studies, the causes and prevention of violence, Conflict-Free Conflict Resolution (CFCR), healthy marriage and family, and the psychology of spirituality. He is the creator of the Education for Peace Program and the main author of its 11-volume curriculum.

PUBLICATIONS

Education for Peace Curriculum Series (11 Volumes)

Danesh, H.B. & Calrke-Habibi, S.(2007): Education for Peace Curriculum Manual: a conceptual and practical guide, Volumes 1. Vancouver, EFP Press.

Danesh, H.B. & Calrke-Habibi, S.(2007): Education for Peace Curriculum Manual: a conceptual and practical guide, Volume 2, Books 1 & 2. Vancouver, EFP Press.

Danesh, H.B. (Revised Manuscript, 2010). Peace Moves, Volume 3. A youth dialogue on peace and how to become Peacemakers. Vancouver, EFP Press.

Danesh, H.B. (Fall 2011) The Mysterious Case of the IW’s, A Book on Death for Children, Volume 4. Vancouver, EFP Press.

Other Published Books

Danesh, H.B. (2010). Unity of Faith and Reason in Action: A Journey of Discovery. Vancouver and Hong Kong, Juxta Publishing.

Danesh, H.B. (1997). The Psychology of Spirituality: From Divided Self to Integrated Self. Switzerland: LandeggAcademy

Danesh, H.B. (1995). The Violence-Free Family: Building Block of a Peaceful Civilization. Ottawa: Bahá’í Studies Publications.

Danesh, H.B. (1986) Unity: The Creative Foundation of Peace. Toronto and Ottawa: Fitzhenry &

Whiteside and Bahá’í Studies Publications

Danesh, H.B. (1979). The Violence-Free Society: A gift for Our Children, Bahá’I Studies Publications

About Education for peace (EFP)

The International Education for Peace Institute (EFP-International) is a research, training, development,and service institution dedicated to the cause of peace. EFP-International began its work in June 2000 bylaunching a two-year pilot project of Education for Peace in three primary and three secondary schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), with the participation of more than 400 teachers and school staff, 6,000 students and many of their parents/guardians.

By 2006, The EFP Program has been implemented in some 112 schools with approximately 80,000 students; 5,000 teachers, school staff, and administrators; and thousands of parents/guardians. Currently (2009), we are halfway in a 6-year program to incorporate the EFP Curriculum into the BiH education reform process, thus involving all 2200+ schools with about 1.5 million students and 110,000 teachers and school staff in the study of all subjects from grades 1–12 within the parameters of peace. EFP Programs are now being introduced into schools in the United States and plans are underway for their Introduction into schools in several countries in Africa and Asia, and South America.