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Illustration from the Internationally Acclaimed, Award Winning Book Operation Warhawks - How Young People Become Warriors

Acclaimed at the Soviet Peace Fund Conference in Moscow and published in Russia by Moscow's Library of Foreign Literature and Magistr Publications.

Causes OF War

Below are our Workbooks and Curricula that coincides with our Training. If you would like to know more about these, or attend any of our trainings, or our comprehensive online education, please contact us for more information. Once signing up for training, you will be able to download the corresponding materials here.

 

HARDWIRED FOR WAR?

An Overview

Have we been conditioned to think that we need to have an enemy to feel safe, to feel secure -- to survive?

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HARDWIRED FOR WAR - WHAT CREATED THIS BATTLE IN MY BRAIN?

A Special Curriculum For Young People To Help Them Understand Their War-Like Feelings

“Most honest combat vets will tell you, perhaps not eloquently but in their own way, the same thing: essentially that combat is in our human DNA and demands to be exercised…The question is, Can we humans evolve peacefully, or will we succumb to instincts we can’t transcend?”

- Quote from a former Marine Corp helicopter pilot in Vietnam

- Child Warriors Article [Read PDF]

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HARDWIRED FOR WAR

workbook

A companion workbook to the Hardwired for War curriculum to help students understand what prevents peace.

“Enjoy this adventure in finding the roots of war buried deeply in our old brains. See if this is true or not.  Because if it is, then war can end in that immediate insight into what’s preventing peace."

-Quote from the Introduction to the Hardwired for War workbook

- Child Warriors Article [Read PDF]

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Are We Born to Bully?

Curriculum

For ages 11–14

"Are babies born bullies? University of British Columbia study shows infants learn social stratification as early as nine months. The episodes of bullying that mar early grade school years for hundreds of children may be a partial result of the victim's DNA."

- Quote from the University of British Columbia – The Centre for Infant Cognition [Visit Website]

- Centre for Infant Cognition [Visit Website]

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Are We Born to Bully?

workbook

A companion workbook to the Are We Born to Bully? curriculum

“The behaviors that most often lead to exclusion and victimization in the classroom or schoolyard have their roots in a student’s genes, the study said, arguing that children’s genetic makeup has a direct impact on the quality of the interactions they enjoy with their peers.”

- Quote from the University of British Columbia – The Centre for Infant Cognition [Visit Website]

- Centre for Infant Cognition [Visit Website]

 

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