The Arigatou Foundation, (Japan) established in 2004 the Interfaith Council on Ethics Education for Children. The Interfaith Council on Ethics Education for Children promotes ethics education through intercultural and interfaith learning to help communities and societies live peacefully together, with respect of the other and dignity for all human beings. It is in this spirit that Learning to Live Together was developed.
Client: Arigatou International, Switzerland
Production & Camera: Peter Williams
Prod. year: 2008
Learning to Live Together provides youth leaders and educators worldwide with the tools for an intercultural and interfaith programme, by which children and young people are able to develop a stronger sense of ethics. It is designed to help the young understand and respect people from other cultures and religions and to nurture their sense of global community. The resource has been developed in close cooperation with UNICEF and UNESCO.