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February 29, 2016
Dr. Nina Meyerhof President of Children of the Earth, USA Education comes from the word educare…which means to draw forth or lead out. Education is a calling…a vocation of passion for individuals who care about our next generation and our collective future. Educators today are so often bogged down by the subjects they are teaching that they often forget they are builders of this most important future. The young people are not only inheritors of our past but are also our initiators into the...
February 24, 2016
Hello Fellow Youth Leaders and Peace builders, Children of the Earth Ghana and Apeadu Peace Center is hosting a 3 days conference in Aburi, Ghana from the 1st April to 6th April 2016. It is called One Peaceful Africa—Ghana Gathering 2016, and is the second of many upcoming One Peaceful Africa gatherings that we are holding across the African continent. It will be held at the Methodist Center Aburi, where we will host international guest who will be ordained chieftaincy by our Royal mother...
January 30, 2016
Nina has been invited to speak at the 13th ICIE Conference on Excellence in Education & Psychology: Creativity – Innovation – Latest Development in Research & Practices Rijeka - Croatia (May 18-21, 2016)     Peace Education – Nina Meyerhof The intent of raising awareness that youth throughout this world are realizing and are being called forth to reveal that there is a global consciousness attempting to arise in the hearts and minds of humanity. This consciousness is what is...
December 23, 2015
The Rann of Kutch in the Indian state of Gujarat is one of the most desolate and arid in the world. It’s a vast, barren land of salt marshes with very little vegetation and means of subsistence. This arid landscape is one of the major sources of salt not just for India but globally. Temperatures during the day soar to above 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) while the nights are bitterly cold. These salt marshes are home to migrant labourers, called “Agarias” who toil in pitiful...
December 7, 2015
“In an echo of the ferocious debate that is gripping Europe about the fate of the millions of Syrians thrown from their country by civil war, Twin Falls, Idaho is grappling with the question of whether taking in a next generation of refugees from the Middle East is wise and safe.... Jennifer Thornquest is among those who have responded from the other side, arguing that Twin Falls should follow the teachings of Jesus and practice what she calls “radical hospitality.”   Jennifer (McCollum)...
The Torch of Hope sculpture in Mexico
December 6, 2015
Children’s Declaration of Peace  Newfane, Vermont 1990 In the name of love, unity and harmony, we, the children of the world, declare that now is the time for peace. As creators of a better tomorrow, we envision social and environmental equilibrium, individual and international cooperation, and the fulfillment of human potential as global goals. To achieve equilibrium, education must be available to all. This education should not only include academic, but also personal, moral,...
Nina Meyerhof
December 3, 2015
“I believe in this work, spiritual activism for sacred good. . .what would be on my epitaph? Something about a life of service, that I gave myself to the dream and the dream has meaning.” Nina Meyerhof Nina has made a life of advocating for children and youth. As her vocation, she served as the Special Education Coordinator for a ten–school district in southern Vermont. Dr. Meyerhof has extensive background in the needs of all children, with Master of Arts degrees in both Special Education...
Princess at Project 25
December 1, 2015
COE Director Report “Because of the organic nature of PROJECT 25 and Green Across the World, Children of The Earth was given a platform for an interactive discussion, which lead to the presentation of Children of the Earth’s (peace) work and projects around the world.” - Princess Ukaga, COE Director Project 25, The International Youth and Leadership Summit for Culture and (the) Environment was held November 11th -13th at the University of Vermont Billings Center. This...
Jennifer, Nina, Princess and Elizabeth
November 28, 2015
Most of us know that the Parliament of the World’s Religion is the oldest, the largest, and the most inclusive gathering of people of all faith and traditions. Yearly, 10,000 people from 80 nations and 50 different faiths gather together to discuss importance of peace, leadership, and spirituality at the Parliament. They reflect the cultural and spiritual diversity that marks the interfaith movement that leads to global understanding and wellbeing. The Parliament has invited in the past...

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