South African students learn nonviolence skills at camp

Cape Town pupils to become ambassadors for peace reports Oliver Robertson

Pupils from the South African city of Cape Town will be supported in becoming ambassadors for peace this weekend. For the second year running, pupils and teachers will attend a ‘nonviolent schools camp’ that aims to embed notions of nonviolence in all aspects of school life and help turn children away from drugs and gangs. It is being run by the Cape Town Quaker Peace Centre as part of its nonviolent schools campaign.

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