Inmate David Agbley writes from Accra’s Senior Correctional Facility: “From the day I started this Peace Education Program my life has totally changed. I now have peace in me.”
In October, the Boston premiere of award-winning documentary Inside Peace received rave reviews. It is still making an impact.
In this interview, volunteer Tony McLean shares his perspective on the Peace Education Program (PEP) at Thameside Prison in London.
Côte d’Ivoire: PEP a Common Denominator for Juvenile Delinquents, Educators, Community Leaders, and National TV
The Peace Education Program is growing in Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire’s second largest city, a place still scarred from its part in the outbreak of the 2002 rebellion that resulted in years of fighting and loss of life.
In this blog, TPRF volunteer Helen Caton-Hughes provides an update on the results of a recent forum in London and how it helped highlight the Peace Education Program (PEP).
After many years in a maximum security prison, locked in not just by bars and the loss of her personal freedom and relationships, but also by a deep despair, an inmate in Latin America feels she has been gradually healing. The Peace Education Program has been a vital component in her growth process.