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PEACERS GO, A ROAD TO PEACE IN CALI-COLOMBIA
The first stage incorporates the didactic management of an LMS (Learning Management System) with content
for students, teachers and attendees. In this phase, the participants will also have access to face-to-face
training, enforcing the pillars of Positive Peace through an Analog Kit that will be delivered to the institution
for the generation of a “BiblioBanco” that works in the long term. This indicates that PEACERS GO is
developed through blended learning.
This first stage will be developed with Instituto Colombiano de Bachillerato, located in Cali- Colombia in a
town where various social problems converge, such as displacement, drug use, domestic violence, situations
that in many cases are reflected in the school environment.
The project initially aims to benefit 180 students, 20 attendees and 10 teachers. Throughout the execution
process, virtual ethnography techniques will be implemented to identify opportunities for improvement and
The closure of this stage contemplates the formulation of individual and group projects that will later be made
visible through various platforms. The entire methodological proposal has been developed with the group of
experts from the EHS corporation (Educating We Make Society), experts in development of technological
solutions that promote the appropriation and social transformation of children and young people. around
various themes, including peace, and additionally, during its execution, assistance from the Institute for
Economics and Peace.
Diana A. Rivera P. (president of the Cali Norte Rotaract Club)