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Do you need a video about The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) or the Peace Education Program (PEP) to show at a conference, meeting or facility? Here is a list of selected TPRF videos available for download in MP4, NTSC and PAL formats. Submit your request via the form below the videos. A request can take up to 1-2 weeks to fulfill, so please allow ample time for processing when you submit.

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Corrections

Peace on the Inside 2018
This video features excerpts of the award-winning documentary, “Inside Peace,” that focuses on several compelling characters who were incarcerated at Dominguez State Jail in San Antonio, Texas. Watch as they enroll in the peace education workshops, embarking on a journey of self-discovery even as they continue to navigate society’s roadblocks and dangers.

Duration: 09:32 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Correctional, Veterans, USA

4 Things to Know
The Peace Education Program is reducing violence and changing the lives of inmates at Wolston Correctional Centre in Queensland, Australia. TPRF sponsored an event there that allowed the inmates to follow-up on the program’s themes with founder Prem Rawat, and he talked about four of the things that are helpful to know in order to live a more fulfilling life.

Duration: 17:43 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Correctional, Veterans, Australia, USA, UK

PEP at Zonderwater 2014
A remarkable short profile of how PEP is impacting inmates at the mammoth Zonderwater Prison in South Africa, with highlights of Prem Rawat’s second visit to the facility in 2014.

Duration: 04:34 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Correctional, African, English

Gangs & At Risk

Peace Is Inevitable
A documentary about how Prem Rawat’s message is inspiring gang members in Ecuador to transform their lives through peace education. A short trailer version (5:40 minutes) or a full-length version (45:54 minutes) is available. The full-length version can also be divided into two parts of approximately 25 minutes each.

Duration: A short version of 05:40 minutes or the full-length version of 45:54 minutes
Spoken language: Spanish (versions with English subtitles or English overdubbing are also available)
Suitable for types of audiences: Gangs, Youth, Conflict Areas, Spanish-speaking, Educational, South America

Peace is Possible
The formerly violent Bloods of Ibarra, Ecuador have a message for you: Peace is Possible (La Paz es Posible). To mark the UN International Day of Peace, the group made a music video that celebrates how peace education inspired them to transform into a force for good in their community. There message resonated across the world, receiving more than 5.5 million views on social media.

Duration: 03:06 minutes
Spoken language: Spanish with English subtitles
Suitable for types of audiences: Gangs, Youth, Conflict, Music

PEACE: The Most Practical Tool
Witness the strength of people responding to the tragedy of gang violence by coming together to find solutions to its root causes, including peace education. Prem Rawat engages with community leaders at Lambeth Community College to address the recent increase in deaths from gang violence in London.

Duration: 22:38 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Gangs, Youth, Conflict, Crime Prevention, UK

Post-Conflict

Forces of the Heart: Peace Education in Colombia
Colombia was embroiled in the chaos of civil war for more than five decades, with some 220,000 lives lost and over 5 million people displaced. The longest-running war in the Americas is hopefully coming to a close now, as the various armed groups are engaged in reconciliation efforts. But intense challenges remain on the road to building a lasting peace. See why officials have adopted PEP to help heal the country’s deep wounds.

Duration: 10:39 minutes
Spoken language: Spanish with English subtitles
Suitable for types of audiences: Spanish-speaking, Conflict Areas, Educational, South America

Sharing a Dream
On Jul 28, 2017, Prem Rawat met with teachers, government officials, war victims and ex-combatants who are participating in PEP in Medellín, Colombia. He follows up on some of the themes that are in the workshops and answers questions.

Duration: 09:58 minutes
Spoken language: English and Spanish
Suitable for types of audiences: Spanish-speaking, Conflict Areas, Educational, South America

Veterans

A Veteran Speaks on Peace
For many veterans like Anthony Sotelo who are traumatized by confronting life or death situations on the battlefield, the challenges don’t end when they return home. In this video Anthony shares his intimate perspective on the problems he faced and how the peace education workshops helped him see things in a new light.

Duration: 04:23 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Veterans, Correctional, USA

Coming Home
More than 40,000 veterans are homeless on any given night in America, and Alyce Knaflich was one of them for nearly 10 years as she suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. PEP helped her recover and inspired her to dedicate her life to assisting homeless women veterans through a charity she founded in Asheville, NC.

Duration: 09:08 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Homeless, Veterans, Women, Abused Women, Marginalized People

Health and Rehabilitation

Peace Education and Rehabilitation
The blue collar town of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania has been devastated by opioid addiction. Clients and counselors at the James A. Casey House there say that PEP is giving them the inner strength and hope they need to recover and stay clean.

Duration: 14:01 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Rehabilitation, Addiction, Correctional, USA

Peace Education in South Africa: Dr. Patrick Mpoyi
This video highlights how Dr. Patrick Mpoyi in South Africa is prescribing PEP workshops to his patients to help them heal from a long list of ailments.

Duration: 04:45 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Medical, African countries, Impoverished areas

Education

Peace Education in Academia
PEP participants at the University of La Laguna, on the Spanish Island of Tenerife, find great potential for the program to benefit students and faculty in the educational system.

Duration: 08:44 minutes
Spoken language: Spanish with English subtitles
Suitable for types of audiences: Educational, Academia, Spanish-speaking, Spain

Prem Rawat Shares Perspective on Peace at Taylor’s University
Prem Rawat shares his unique perspective on peace with students at Taylor’s University in Subang Jaya, Malaysia. Taylor’s was the first university in the country to offer PEP and Prem’s talk was part of the school’s Emotional Well-Being Series, which aims to cultivate emotional health in students and faculty.

Duration: 11:20 minutes
Spoken language: English
Suitable for types of audiences: Educational, Academia, Asia, Youth

Retirees & Seniors

Perspectives on Peace Education: Ecuador Seniors
A group of seniors in Quito, Ecuador share perspectives on how the Peace Education Program (PEP) gave them a renewed sense of dignity and hope. The Prem Rawat Foundation’s workshop series explores the meaning of personal peace, helping participants in over 80 countries discover their own inner resources to live more fulfilling lives.

Duration: 07:02 minutes
Spoken language: Spanish (with English subtitles)
Suitable for types of audiences: General, Retirees, Seniors, Latin America, USA, World

PEP General Introduction

Change Through Peace Education
This introduction to PEP features a variety of perspectives about how the workshops empower participants to discover their own inner resources and live more fulfilling lives.

Duration: 07:16 minutes
Spoken language: English, Spanish, Tamil
Suitable for types of audiences: General, Correctional, Homeless, Addiction, Rehabilitation, Ex-combatants, Correctional, Educational, Youth, Gangs, USA, UK, Asia, Latin, World

TPRF General Introduction

Engaging in Change: 2018 News
The Prem Rawat Foundation takes initiatives to help people find the power to overcome their most intense challenges, from hunger and poverty to gang violence, drug addiction, and more. Here’s a few of the ways that TPRF successfully engages in change.

Duration: 14:05 minutes
Spoken language: English, Spanish, Tamil
Suitable for types of audiences: General, All

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