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The National Lottery Community Fund awarded a grant of £10,000 to expand The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Peace Education Program in the UK.
Jodi Barker, a facilitator of the Peace Education Program, never expected that volunteering at Miami’s Everglades Correctional facility would be so rewarding, especially witnessing the inmates’ process of self-discovery. One said, “No matter how hard it gets, I can know who I am on the inside. It helps me even if no one else knows. Because I know.”
Over the last year, the Peace Education Program (PEP) has received a very good reception in Spain, marked by collaboration agreements that build off of the one signed in early 2018 by the Malaga Centre Education, Culture and Peace, Club Malaga for UNESCO.
Thanks to the efforts of enthusiastic siblings, the Peace Education Program (PEP) has been integrated into a college in Jacqueville, Côte d’Ivoire, giving students a sense of inner strength and hope as their country heals from social unrest.
The Food for People program is transforming disadvantaged communities by feeding children, improving health, growing school enrollment and boosting local economies.
Guidestar and Charity Navigator recognize The Prem Rawat Foundation for outstanding transparency, fiscal responsibility and humanitarian programs.
These new videos were recently released to show some of the ways that people make a remarkable impact when they support TPRF to engage in change.
TPRF is seeking someone who has strong managerial experience and is thrilled by the idea of coaching and supporting Peace Education Program (PEP) representatives to expand the program worldwide. This is a full-time paid position working remotely from home. Candidates must reside in and be eligible to work in the U.S. The deadline to submit applications is February 1.
This new video introduces the Peace Education Program and features a variety of perspectives about how the innovative workshop series empowers diverse participants to make positive changes in their lives.
Annelies Bertsch (pictured on the right with Marielle Comeau) is a volunteer with the Peace Education Program (PEP) in Canada. In this blog she shares her perspective on presenting the program at the National Restorative Justice Symposium.