Mary Dalgleish writes about her experience presenting the Peace Education Program at the recent International Corrections and Prison’s Association conference in London.
The Peace Education Program is receiving a positive response from participants in the Mauritius Prison Service, and officers plan to start offering the program more widely.
Despite intense daily challenges in Katlehong, South Africa, this video highlights how the Peace Education Program is empowering a growing number of young people there to break the cycle of bitterness and build better futures.
2016 marked the 15th anniversary of The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), and the newly released Annual Report highlights how the year was filled with accomplishments worth celebrating.
In this blog, Soraia Muner shares her perspective on facilitating the Peace Education Program for homeless people in Brazil. “I have degrees in psychology and nursing,” said a participant. “I like the Peace Education Program and learned a lot about the breath and its importance.”
Fulfilling the mission of the Mauritius Police Force (MPF) to protect the public often requires officers to stay calm and focused even amid the most stressful of circumstances. To help with this, the MPF recently worked with TPRF volunteers to offer the Peace Education Program to a group of 28 officers, and more sessions are in the works.