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The food security issue is vital in pursuing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, which specifically include a goal of zero hunger. Hunger is both a cause and a result of conflicts. In this perspective, SangSaeng No. 59 focuses on the issue of “food security and peace” in order to examine the impacts of food insecurity and food crises and to explore possible alternatives or solutions to prevent conflicts and secure peace.




03  Editor’s Note


04   Special Column

Repositioning Youth for Responsible Citizenship / Michael Boakye-Yiadom and Raymond Chegedua Tangonyire, SJ.  


08   FOCUS: Food Security and Peace

  • 08 Conflict of Securing Food ‘Food Insecurity is in Effect Creating an Existential Threat to Human Existence’ / Gavin E L Hall
  • 12 Prioritizing Food JusticeThinking About Water/Food Nexus for Latin America / Mayari Castillo
  • 16 Feeding the Planet’s Survival Climate Crisis and Food Security are Paramount Issues for Students to Connect with Nature / Simon Klein 


21  Best Practices

  • 21 Archipelagos of Certainty and InclusionIdentifying Diverse Strategies to Make Learning Effective for Disabled / Eduardo Esteban Perez Leon
  • 25 Adventure Education in Youth WorkUsing Rick to Connect People and Nature to Unlearn Unhealthy Behaviours / Tina Trdin


30  Interview

Road to Peace and Hope in Times of Crisis – Lee Chul Soo’s Works on Peace and Living Beings  / APCEIU   


36  Story Time

Message of a Warlus / Marisol Bock


40  Peace in My Memory

Peace at Home / Ivy Joshia


44  Understanding the Asia and the Pacific

Renaissance of Traditional Archery in Asia / Lee Seunghwan


48   Letter

Making History with the EIU Photo Class Programme / Fanny Amalia Surya Tantular


50   APCEIU in Action