Prof Hilary Cremin is head of the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and the co-founder of the Cambridge Peace Education Research Group (CPERG). She researches and teaches peacebuilding, in and through education, in settings in the UK and elsewhere. She has worked in the public, private and voluntary sectors as a school teacher, educational consultant, project coordinator and academic. Her latest book with Terence Bevington is Positive Peace in Schools: Tackling Conflict and Creating a Culture of Peace in the Classroom, published by Routledge.
Roy Leighton holds an MPhil from Cambridge University in Knowledge, Power and Politics, is an advisory board member for the Da Vinci Life-Skills School Cambridge and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. As a senior associate at Independent Thinking and the CEO of Undiscovered Country, he works with schools, universities, businesses, and communities in the U.K. and internationally to develop cultures of 'positive peace' and play. He is the co-author of eight books on education, creativity, spirituality and change management. n 1991 he was awarded the Min-on Peace Award.