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.
The Peace Education Program is finding a welcome home at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). After evaluating the program in Malaga, Spain, officials are now recommending that it be incorporated into UNESCO’s efforts around the country and beyond.
Spanish celebrity Edu Soto appeared on a popular national show, “MasterChef Celebrity,” and donated his prize earnings of €7,000 (over USD $8,600) to The Prem Rawat Foundation.
The Peace Education Program was recently represented at the First World Forum on Urban Violence and Education for Coexistence and Peace in Madrid. Tomás del Arco reports on the Forum for TPRF.
Marian Masoliver is a filmmaker who has been traveling to document the effect that the Peace Education Program is having on diverse groups of people. In this blog she shares thoughts on the experience.