Q1 __________ can be regarded as the initial predictions about strangers based on incomplete information about their culture, race, religion or ethnicity
Q2 The current secretary to the federal government of Nigeria is ____________
Q3 A stable social equilibrum in which the surfacing of new disputes does not escalate into violence and war is called
Q4 __________ is getting people to accept each other as part of their own group
Q5 Who is the Current President of the United States
Q6 Borno State is in which geopolitical zone of Nigeria
Q7 Who is the Present governor of Rivers State
Q8 A process whereby individual’s behaviour, attitude and general perception of life is changed is known as _____________
Q9 Religious Conflict is _______ based
Q10 Peace can be categorised into positive and _________
Q11 Who is the author of the book titled “An Agenda for Peace”
Q12 __________ is a very important component of the insitutions necessary for the growth and sustenance of democracy
Q13 ___________ consists of all those institutions outside the control of government or beyond under public regulation
Q14 In Ghali’s Agenda for peace (1992), ___________ is considered a complementary measure to prevent diplomacy, peacemaking and peace keeping
Q15 Who introduced peace building into the security framework and language of the United Nations
Q16 ___________ is a concept used to transform social relationships, structures and culture so as to reduce the root cause of social conflicts
Q17 The way to develop ______ is to keep track of which agents are doing various peacebuilding activities
Q18 _________ measures should integrate civil society in all efforts and include all levels of society in the post conflict strategy
Q19 _________ is an act committed against somebody in return for whatever that fellow had done to you
Q20 ______________ means giving something in the place of another that was lost as a result of one conflict or the other
Q21 Which of the following is not part of pedagogical peace action research
Q22 The three peace pedagogical dimensions involve skills, knowledge and ________
Q23 The skills that constitute not just the existing knowledge of the subject but above all the ability to arrange, weigh and select this knowedlege is known as _________
Q24 Elements of ________ include love, determination, focus and shared vision
Q25 ___________ can be considered as the state of general agreement and focus for a common good
Q26 One of the greatest problems affecting mankind, causing was is lack of ________
Q27 ___________ diplomacy involves both individuals and organizations from outside the government
Q28 ____________ is a type of identity conflict based on the colour of one’s skin or the origin of the group from which they came
Q29 Tribal, religious, ethnic and nationality conflicts are examples of _______
Q30 ___________ involves disputes over land, water and the use of natural resources and the environment
Terrestial & environmental conflicts
None of the above
Q31 __________ is the world view often through which all things are percieved
Q32 ___________ is a clash of basic values related to the role of government in society
Q33 __________ is the euphemism for the worst kind of crime that a State can commit against its citizensS
Human Rights Violation
Q34 Which year did the United Nations come into existence
Q35 Which Country hosted the world environmental summit in 1992
Rio de Janero
Q36 which year was the Universial Declaration of Human Rights signed?
Q37 Which year was the chaster of the United Nations signed
Q38 Which year did the French revolution take place
Q39 which year was the Virginia Bill of Right adopted in the United States
Q40 which of the following is not part of the virginia bill of right in United states
Right to Life
freedom of press
right of Legal protection
Right to marry
Q41 ____________ in 1679 in England served to protect the citizen against arrest without cause
Petition of Rights
Q42 Habeas Corpus Act in England came into existence in which year?
Q43 Which of the phlosopher considered life, freedom and prosperity as unchanging natural rights of people
Q44 ____________ of the universal declarations of Human Rights States that ” we are born free and equal in dignity and rights”
Q45 __________ implies legal, political and social rights
Q46 ____________ responsibilities comprise obeying laws, respecting the rights and opinion of others and paying taxes
Q47 ___________ responsibilities include taking care of oneself, accepting responsibility for the consequences of ones actions
Q48 ______________ is a single statement or attitude about a group of people that does not recognise the complex, multidimensional nature of human beings
Q49 ____________ Is defined as a simplified and fixed image of all members of a culture or group
Q50 Which of the following is not among the topics traced to civic education
Right of individual
Rules and laws
Q51 _________ is a study of the purpose of government, the nature of law, the way private behaviour affects the public order and the political system
Q52 What is the term given to the study of political institutions and their values, commitments, assumptions and challenges
Q53 These _________________ leaders are highly visible and receive a lot of media coverage
Q54 __________ leadership includes the key political, religious and military leaders involve in a conflict
Q55 Three levels of leadership in any society include top, middle and ____________ leadership
Q56 Several approaches parent can take to help their children understand rascial and cultural diversity, except
Protest discriminatory actions
Q57 Effects of racism and prejudice are as follow except
Awareness of racial cues
Attitude toward race and ethnicity forming
Negative developmental outcomes
None of the above
Q58 Racial prejudice can be communicated through the following, except
Q59 Children who are victims of racism and prejudice may react in the following ways except
Sense of inferiority
Q60 Both racism and ________________ refer to an unfavourable attitude, feeling or behaviour based on myths and stereotypes
Q61 Who is the Vice President of Nigeria
Q62 Nigeria has how many states
Q63 Who is the Governor of Ekiti State
Q64 Which of the state is not affected by Boko-Haram Imergency
Q65 Peace keeping in a ___________ intervention initiative
Q66 ____________ is a third party intervention to assist parties in transitioning from violent conflict to peace by separating the fighting parties and keeping them apart
Q67 ___________ is the diplomatic effort to end the violence between the conflicting parties
Q68 _________ peace is characterized by the absence of physical and structural violence
Q69 A process that facilitates the establishment of durable peace and prevent the recurrence of violence by addressing root causes and effects of conflict is known as___________
Q70 __________ is the phase of peace process that takes place after peace making and peace keeping
Q71 Which of the following is not part of complete cnflict prevention planning mechanism has entreated by Micheal Liend
Q72 What is the name of the scholar who elaborated on structural violence and inequality between the centre and the periphery
Q73 The international Peace Research Association (IPRA) was founded in which country
Q74 International Peace Research Association (IPRA) was founded in ____________
Q75 The term that is use for person who is ready to share in the problems of others or ready to hurt himself in order to satisfy the need of others is ___________
Q76 The way and manner a person react to somebody who hurt him refers to as _________
Q77 Tolerance, kindness and love are ___________ of peace
Q78 ___________ refers to a general condition where there is calm and order in a specific environment, mind or body
Q79 ______________ occurs where instructions impact positively on the pattern of behaviour of the learner
Q80 ____________Is the process where by individuals behaviour and general perception of life is changed through the process of learning
Q81 Evolving government policies should aim at encouraging ——– democracy
Q82 When one becomes involved with people who are less like us the process is called ——– social capital
Q83 The Hutus and the —— were the two major contending parties in the genocide in Rwanda
Q84 Muslims and Christians should look for the issues they disagree about, but also areas where they do agree and can —- on
Q85 When there is infighting in All Peoples Party is called ——- fued
Q86 Which skills is not just the existing knowledge of the subject but above all the ability to arrange weight and select knowledge
Pedagogical and didactic skills
Q87 Which of the following is not among the element of unity?
Q88 Which of the following documents is not of English origin in the evolution of human rights?
The Magna Carta of 1215
The Petition of Rights of 1628
The Habeas Corpus Act of 1679
An Agenda for Peace of 1992
Q89 What can be considered to be the state of general agreement and focus for a common good?
Q90 The�?��?�…war and especially the wars in the territory of former Yugoslavia brought a new impetus to peace education
Q91 The following are the ways to enhance participation in the pedagogy except
Peace building measure
Country of origin
Balance of sexes
Q92 The concept peacebuilding was introduced into the security framework and language of the United Nations in a publication titled
Frame work for peacebuilding
Agenda for peacebuilding
Agenda for peace
Q93 Peace Education takes place simultaneously in the following dimensions except one Pick the incorrect option
Q94 Military has been very instrumental in the global peacekeeping activities by creating the following enabling environment. Choose the incorrect option.
Q95 In�?��?��?��?��?�.. year, congress approved a law that required schools to provide equal educational opportunities to both boys and girls
Q96 Fundamental (peace-pedagogical) learning objectives for teachers include all but one of the following. Identify the odd one.
Q97 All those institutions outside the control of the government or beyond undue public regulation is referred to as�?�.
Q98 �?��?��?��?��?�..is considered a complementary measure to preventive diplomacy, peacemaking and peacekeeping
Agenda for peace
Q99 When someone fights within himself it is called —— conflict
Q100 Which programme aims at helping students understand the key concepts and principles of peace and non-violent human relations form local to international community levels.
Community oriented programmes
Q101 Which of the following is not a type of conflict?
Balance of Power
Q102 When was the United Nations founded?
Q103 We have how many levels of leadership
Q104 The track-two diplomacy consist of two groups from outside the government namely
State and local authority
Peace and conflict
Individual and organizations
Education and Training
Q105 The following are the elements of peace except �?��?��?��?��?�..
Q106 The classical form of a seminar, consisting above all of talks and discussions perhaps also of the study of texts handed out for purpose of preparation or follow �?? up work is known as
Holistic and dynamic approach
Q107 Peace education is targeted towards the empowerment of an individual and the promotion of social well �?? being through all but one of the following means. Identify the wrong option
Protection of human dignity
Promotion of social justice and equality
Discriminatory practices based on race and creed
Accepting of a dynamic global perspectiv
Q108 Knowledge, Attitudes and�?��?��?��?�…are the three peace-pedagogical dimensions.
Q109 In the context of peace research a new scientific discipline that focused on integrating education, research and action was developed through the work of which organization.
Q110 Formal education is made of the following components Choose the irrelevant option
Hard/soft learning materials
Q111 All these are different methods of in-service training except.
Holistic and Dynamic approach
Q112 �?��?��?�..can also play a valuable role in helping to prevent the diversion or abuse of aid for political or military purpose.
Q113 Who identified some elements to be found in a complete conflict prevention planning
John paul, Lederach
Q114 Which of the United Nations affiliated Agency is vested with the responsibility of promoting a culture of peace?
The Security Council
Q115 Which of the following is not a regional organization?
Q116 When was the International Peace Research Association (IPRA) founded?
Q117 Who considered life, freedom and property as being the unchanging natural rights of people�?��?��?�…
Q118 Which of the following sources is not part of ways by which American children are exposed to prejudice thinking and behaviours?
Q119 Which of the following elements are involved in any conflict prevention planning?
All of the above
Q120 When was the “Agenda for Peace” introduced?
Q121 Title IX’ is a law passed in the United States of America in 1972 which forbids
Act of Terrorism
Discrimination based on Gender in all ways
Suicide and Genocide
Q122 The primary institution in which children are socialized is ——–
Q123 The following are approaches parents can take that will help their children understand and appreciate racial cultural diversity except�?��?�..
Awareness of racial cues
Q124 The alternative to peace is �?��?��?��?��?��?�.
Q125 Peace can be managed and sustained these following ways. Pick the incorrect one.
Avoidance of vengeance
Q126 Kindness is one of the �?��?��?��?��?��?��?�..of peace.
Q127 In 1972 congress approved a law that required schools to provide equal educational opportunities to both boys and girls. This law is known ———
Q128 Choose the option that is not part of means or way of managing peace
Avoidance of vengeance
Q129 All the above are elements of peace, which one is the exception.
Q130 �?��?�.is seen as an indispensable factor in the nurturing and strengthening of democracy
Q131 The ‘we’ and ‘them’ attitude is an example of ———-
Q132 An act or statement is judged racist or prejudiced if it is ——- or undermining
Q133 All racial and ethnic groups have rich ——-
Q134 Prejudice and racism give perpetrating children a false sense of security and ——–
Q135 Both racism and prejudice refer to an unfavorable attitude, feeling or behaviour based on myths and ——-
Q136 Gurian concluded that biology, not —— created a gap between female and male
Q137 Pollack (1998) believes that nurture and an individual’s ——- have greater effect than nature on formation of gender differences
Q138 American Congress approved a law that required schools to provide equal educational opportunities to both boys and girls in —–
Q139 The term ——– denotes the set of expectations imposed by society on girls and boys simply because they are females or males
Q140 The term —— to refer to individuals as biologically female or male
Q141 There is dimension of�?��?��?��?��?��?�.. that refers to an educational climate
Q142 The mass murderers or other criminals that hide in refugee camps as in Eastern Zaire happened in which year?
Q143 The first peace education programmes were applied as early as the beginning of which century by educational reformers
Q144 Which of these provides information, input as well as methodological seminars but the aim is much more?
Holistic and dynamic approach acting on the habitus
Q145 One of the following is not among the types of skills that represent quality criteria for good teachers in the area of peace education. Identify it
Organisational and Management skills
Pedagogical and didactic skills
Q146 The —– is considered a complementary measure to preventive diplomacy, peacemaking and peacekeeping.
Agenda for peace
Q147 How many experts have tried to find out why conflict occurs?
Q148 Among the elements of unity include the following except one pick out the odd option
Q149 �?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?�..is regarded as the highest decision making body of the United Nations.
League of Nations
USA and USSR
Q150 ………….provides information input as well as methodological seminars
Q151 The Roman Catholic peace organization after the second world war was named ——
Q152 World war 11 was between 1939 and ——-
Q153 New School Movement that brought profound changes in the theory and —- education in the 19th century
Q154 ——-wrote about the link between universal knowledge (pansofia) and universal brotherhood
Q155 J.A. Comenius, one of the greatest philosophers and padagogues of the —– century Europe
Q156 Riot, fighting, violence and crisis are elements of ——–
Q157 All these are basic elements of peace except ——–
Q158 Education is considered to be the process whereby individual�??s behaviour, attitude and —– changed
Q159 The opposite of peace is —-
Q160 Peace a general condition where there is calm and —-