Timor-Leste govt lauds peace education in Catholic schools
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Program is helping society recover from the trauma of war
Director-General of Secondary Education Luis Manuel Fernandes shows students how to dispose trash properly. (Photo by Thomas Ora)
The Timor-Leste government has appreciated a Catholic plan to prioritize peace education in schools which is needed to heal societal trauma from years of conflict.
Luis Manuel Fernandes, Director-General of Secondary Education at the Ministry of Education, said the country must cultivate decent ways to raise young people.
\"There are some schools in Timor-Leste where students beat other students, even students beat teachers,\" he said.
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