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Who is Adam Curle?
Adam Curle was a British academic and Quaker peace activist. His full name was Charles Thomas William Curle; he was known as "Adam" after the town where he was born, L'Isle-Adam, north of Paris.
- also known as Charles Thomas William Curle
- born on (99 years ago) in L'Isle-Adam
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: Charterhouse School
- died on (9 years ago) of leukemia
- written works: "Planning for education in Pakistan", "Reconciliation, violence and anger", "Reflections on working in a University", "Problems of professional identity", "Recognition of Reality", "The scope and dilemmas of peace studies", "The professional identity of the educational planner", "Peace and cooperation", "Mystics and militants", "To tame the Hydra", "The Fragile Voice of Love", "The role of education in developing societies", "World campaign for universal literacy", "Education for liberation"
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by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino
Adam Curle, Professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University, argued that peace involves the coming together of people to achieve goals they could not have achieved separately. In this sense, positive peace is a process in which responses ...
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