One of the first questions people ask us is how we came up with
Pax comes from the Latin word for Peace, and in tribal culture and
mythology the word Warrior is taken to mean protector. The words
Pax and Warrior work together like Peace and Keeper, they are two
parts of a name that form the intention but are a juxtaposition
of opposite meanings. Ideally, peace should just be the norm, not
something we have to assign soldiers to maintain. Our name is a
reflection of how a peacekeeper's role is one of diplomacy as much
as it is about defence. We use it to speak to the notion of being
engaged in our individual roles within peace and justice processes.
In this section we provide context for educators
and students, as well as the parents,
to provide you a clear understanding of what Pax Warrior brings
to the classroom. Pax also has applications for civil
society training and we have included potential uses, along
with feedback from experts in the field.
The Pax experience delves into the
design rational and gives you a walk through of the V1.0. We would
like to also to illustrate the kind of attention Pax Warrior is
receiving with testimonials and press
coverage. And in case you wanted to know how this product came
to be, read about Pax's inception.