On October 8, Prem Rawat met with students who are participating in the Peace Education Program (PEP) at Taylor’s University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS), the official radio outlet of the U.K. Armed Forces, recently aired a segment about how the Peace Education Program (PEP) is “a series of free workshops to equip veterans with the tools needed to forge ahead with a content, tranquil, and fulfilling life.”
The establishment of the Peace Education Program (PEP) in the desert city of St. George, Utah, started with a Google search and continues with the effort of dedicated volunteers.
The newly released 2015 Annual Report shows that the year was full of growth for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) and its initiatives to help people around the globe live with dignity, peace, and prosperity.
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.
The Peace Education Program (PEP) is being warmly received in the small tropical island nation of Mauritius, which lies 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa. The innovative course became available after Maoomar Hoota, a 21-year-old engineering student, took the initiative to bring it to the Atlantis Business School in the town of Vacoas.