Cintra Hardy, Jeff Camp, and John Hampton have facilitated 80 Peace Education Program (PEP) workshops for female inmates at Miami’s Metro Dade Detention Center. Cintra shares some of the women’s comments about looking for inner peace in prison.
Lucy Collins shares her perspective on being a volunteer facilitator for the Peace Education Program (PEP) in Miami, Florida, where she and her team have conducted about 400 PEP workshops for inmates at the Metro West Detention Center.
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.
After spending 21 years in prison for murder, Sean Walker was released in 2014. Since then, he has been working to help others, and Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has cited his successful rehabilitation as a sign of what’s possible when inmates are offered the supportive programs they need to re-enter society and live productive lives. In this letter, Sean writes about how the Peace Education Program helped him get his life on track.
The Prem Rawat Foundation shares “Light Behind Bars,” an independent short film that chronicles the transformation of incarcerated women in Tires, Portugal as they participate in the Peace Education Program and try to come to terms with the devastation of their past actions.