International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Global Culture of Peace: Gender Perspective
Dr. Mrs. Chinyere L. Nkama, Ani Kelechi

This paper titled “Global Peace Building: Gender Perspective” was carried out to search for viable factors and principles that could facilitate global peace. Data were collected through the use of available data in printed records, report journals, text books and so on. The following were the findings of this exposition: In other to achieve a global culture of peace, it was discovered that such principles as commitment to peace, respect for justice, respect for human rights and cultural diversities and the principle of inter-cultural cum interfaith dialogue must be promoted and upheld. Additionally, the possibilities of adopting the use of ICTs and tourism in fostering global peace were explored. More so, the crux of the matter being women’s role in promoting global peace was examined. It was discovered that achieving global peace was possible if different nationalities of the world would empower their women and involve them to be committed towards peace building just as they are home builders.

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