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Teach to ELICIT, a current model of ELICIT Foundation works towards Sustainable Development Goals 3, 4, 10, 16 with children, teachers, school leaders and equips systems of education towards well-being, exposure and alternatives in conflict impacted territories.

This page is an overview of the kind of conflicts we address and situate ourselves in.

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Ideological/value conflict is a conflict that arises when people attempt to force one set of values on others or lay claim to exclusive value systems that do not allow for divergent beliefs.

Our core habit of inquiry and responsibility and the fellowship model addresses this with a constructive space for realising, removing and reimagining biases brought in by both native and non-native fellows - we call it the “make your own truth approach”. 

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Intractable conflict is conflict that persists over time, resists resolution, and involves some form of violence (physical, structural, symbolic) between conflicting parties

Our core habit of mindfulness and well-being in our curricula:

1) takes into account the longevity and depth of such conflict on one’s relationship and foresight for self and surrounding.

2) addresses it through personal and collective perception goals for every quarter, month, week, session.  

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Territorial dispute is a disagreement between two or more States about which State exercises sovereignty over a certain part of territory.

Our core habit of celebration and identity address this by consistent emphasis on reclaiming, remembering and reconnecting with history, geography, community, sensibility. Stronger identities are built with healthier rooting. 


Economic conflict is when territories seek to weaken an adversary’s economy by denying the adversary access to necessary physical, financial, and technological resources or by otherwise inhibiting its ability to benefit from trade, financial, and technological exchanges with other countries.

Our core habit of courage and growth, our work in classrooms and with teacher capacity building addresses this by honing skills of entrepreneurship, creative confidence and resilience. 


a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one


be incompatible or at variance; clash


strongly affected by something


come into forcible contact with


an area of knowledge, activity, experience + geography or jurisdiction

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