Our conferences are hosted at requested educational establishments or at institutes of handicapped children.


This workshop, consists of a one hour session for a maximum of 30 students, during which the students exchange their general academic knowledge on the following themes:

  • How have we managed to live in peace for the past 70 years in France, Europe, and generally in the West?

France as a free country and a democracy / Europe, as a democratic continent  for 70 years is a reminder of the events and outcome of the Second World War, and serves as a reminder of the ongoing creation of international organisations which all strive toward a peaceful and unified world.

France (and Europe), as a secular state which respects the freedom of culture and religion.

The big religions residing in France are presented and clearly explained, through examining their diversity, traditions and richness of their cultures. Finally, an explanation of the establishment of the Islamic State in 2014 and its ongoing impact on international stability, is presented.

Unequal distribution of natural resources across the world (energy and dietary resources), the lack of both types of resources play roles in developing further conflicts.


  • How to reinstate trust and restore peace?

Human factors:  By promoting the aspects of good will and humanity of all peoples (children and adults) will consequently create a respectful and benevolent climate. Students are encouraged to participate, here, by discussing their points of view on this topic, communicate their ideas, projects and personal experience. Also discussed, is the necessity to establish and utilise a dialogue and communication as a conduit of a peaceful world.

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School trips and Guided Tours

The school trip entitle: Following the Footsteps of the Young Private Ryan’s Quest for Peace, consist of 2-4 days in Normandy during which the students are brought to principles historic WWII landmarks and locations via guided tour.


Are spread over 2-4 days four groups of 30 students, maximum.

Day 1 / The Caen Memorial – consists of understanding more of WWII through a comprehensive and practical approach, its triggering factor, principle contributors, and its consequences explained by a museum tour guide. The tour is followed by 1-2 workshops offered by the museum.

Visit to the American cemeteries, German Omaha Bead and La Cambe German War Cemetery; a moment of silence and reflection takes place here by the graves of fallen soldiers.

Day 2 / Château de Servigny, at Yvetôt-Bocage 50700

Morning:  There will be a presentation on the ‘Salon de la Reddition’, The Treaty Room, in which the  Treaty of Servigny was signed, marking the beginning of world peace after the Second World War. Followed, is an explanation of the Arboretum of Peace, a concept in which students plant an Arboretum tree bearing the name of their school or institution. Finally, children will participate in craft, literary or art workshops, all focusing on the theme of peace.

Afternoon: Landing beach and Musée de Utah Beach,  this visit is accompanied by a senior lecturer specialised on the WWII landing beach called Utah Beach, who will give a lecture, in situ, on the landing of the ally troops on that very beach, and will continue with the lecture at the Musée de Utah.

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Conference and Class Trip Format

Conferences held at Schools: “How have we managed to live in peace for the past 70 years in France, Europe, and generally in the West?”

A personalised gift is offered to each student at the end of each intervention. Teachers are offered educational tools having peace as the theme that can be used according to each teacher’s own pace. These tools will have a personal approach corresponding to the child in his/her daily life and to the diversified general information that he/she is receiving.

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During a period in which the geopolitical context seems more delicate and fragile as ever

The SDDF hopes to respond to all inquiries in regards to children, developing the notion of a benevolent and culture education, involving civic youth,  imprinting the understanding of the past in order to strengthen their future in a free world and above all, based on peace.
The objective is to  involve and attract schools and institutes to hold these peace conferences, at a reasonable price, in order to, in turn, organise as many peace conferences as possible to teach peace to as many youths as we can reach.