Building A Planetary Culture
Peace And Global Citizenship

Project: Seville Statement on Violence
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SUMMARY
The Seville Statement on Violence was drafted by an international committee of 20 scholars at the University of Seville, Spain, in May 1986. The Statement dispels the widespread belief that human beings are inevitably disposed to war as a result of innate, biologically determined aggressive traits. UNESCO adopted the Seville Statement at its 25th General Conference Session in 1989. The Statement has been formally endorsed by scientific organizations and published in journals around the world. It may be read on-line at http://www.unesco.org/human_rights/hrfv.htm. For a history of the Statement, see http://www.culture-of-peace.info/ssov/title-page.html. A newsletter for the Seville Statement Support Network is available from adams3peace@aol.com
Name of the Project
Seville Statement on Violence
Institution in charge of the project
Seville Statement on Violence
Contact Person
David Adams

Address
256 Shore Drive -
Branford / CT - 06405

Telephone
1-203-488-3044
Country
USA
Name of the presenter(s) of this project
e-mail
adams3peace@aol.com
web site
http://www.culture-of-peace.info



 

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