The city of Johannesburg has designated the Peace Education Program as an essential service to help people displaced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Central Virginian newspaper marked “Mental Health Awareness Month” on May 12 by publishing an article that highlights how the Peace Education Program “can help improve mental health and well-being.”
TPRF Founder Prem Rawat will virtually present the Peace Education Program and the free workshops will be open to anyone around the world who would like the opportunity to focus and reflect on their own humanity and their inner resources such as choice, hope, and dignity.
In his new “Lockdown” video series , TPRF Founder Prem Rawat is offering uplifting daily messages to address these trying times, often responding to the questions and comments he receives. During a recent episode, “Day 14,” he focused on the expressions he has received from incarcerated individuals across the globe who have been participating in the Peace Education Program.
Linda Pascotto and the TPRF Board provide an update on how the Foundation is adjusting to the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaders at Canadian justice conferences welcomed the Peace Education Program as a way to help people make better choices and live more fulfilling lives.