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Phoenix Rising: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate Minneapolis Adult Community Education System Offers PEP The Missing Peace: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate Portuguese Inmates Embrace Peace Education Peace Education at India’s Telerad Tech On the Ground in Ghana: A Report from Bobby Hendry (Part 2) On the Ground in Ghana: A Report from Bobby Hendry (Part 1) How Peace Education Changed My Life Echoes of Peace: PEP in Brazil Changing Outlooks: Indian Youth Show Enthusiasm for Peace Education Hope and Healing in Rwanda: African Nation Embraces First PEP Time for Contentment Dispatch from Nepal: An interview with Bruce Keenan about Food for People (Part 2) Dispatch from Nepal: An interview with Bruce Keenan about Food for People (Part 1)
 

Phoenix Rising: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate

Lenore Bryck is a volunteer writer and translator for the Peace Education Program (PEP). Her story about the program’s impact is based on interviews with “Julia,” a PEP volunteer in Latin America and “Maria,” an inmate in a maximum-security women’s prison. The names of individuals and places have been changed or […]

Minneapolis Adult Community Education System Offers PEP

Tim Weinhold introduced the Peace Education Program (PEP) to the Adult Community Education system of Minneapolis. He has worked professionally as a musician and massage therapist and is semi-retired. Tim is currently facilitating PEP workshops in two Minneapolis public schools. Over the past three years, I have been interested in presenting […]

The Missing Peace: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate

This essay was written by an inmate who submitted it to TPRF on the condition of anonymity. It chronicles how the Peace Education Program (PEP) is helping him gain a new perspective on life. All of my life I have felt that I was different—a bit apart from the others—as if […]

Portuguese Inmates Embrace Peace Education

Ana Margarida Seixas is a retired teacher who, along with two other volunteers, has been presenting the Peace Education Program (PEP) at two prisons in northern Portugal. What follows is a brief account of their activities in one of those correctional facilities. The names of the prisons have been omitted by […]

Peace Education at India’s Telerad Tech

Jyoti Singh is a Human Resources professional with over 15 years of experience managing a wide spectrum of HR functions, projects, and programs. Currently based in Bangalore, India, she is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating PEP activities in Southern India. She also provides support to volunteers across […]

On the Ground in Ghana: A Report from Bobby Hendry (Part 2)

Bobby Hendry oversees meal planning, hygiene, and procedures for the Food for People (FFP) program. He recently visited the kitchen facility in Otinibi, Ghana and logged this report. (This is part two of the report. Check out part one here.) One of my main goals for this trip is to evaluate […]

On the Ground in Ghana: A Report from Bobby Hendry (Part 1)

Bobby Hendry oversees meal planning, hygiene, and procedures for the Food for People (FFP) program. He recently visited the kitchen facility in Otinibi, Ghana and logged this report. Arriving at Kotoka Airport in the evening, it is very hot and humid. The weather during the day is even hotter. It is […]

How Peace Education Changed My Life

Mothobi Tlale is a 23-year-old facilitator of the Peace Education Program (PEP) in the Phiri area of Johannesburg, South Africa. I’m writing this to share the story of my life and how the Peace Education Program helped change it. For me, growing up was challenging because I was away from my […]

Echoes of Peace: PEP in Brazil

Ivete Belfort is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating activities in Brazil. In this blog, she reports on the remarkable response the program is receiving across the country. Our first PEP began in São Paulo prisons in 2009, with the support of FUNAP, a charitable foundation established by […]

Changing Outlooks: Indian Youth Show Enthusiasm for Peace Education

Jyoti Singh is a Human Resources professional with over 15 years of experience managing a wide spectrum of HR functions, projects, and programs. Currently based in Bangalore, India, she is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating PEP activities in Southern India. She also provides support to volunteers across […]

Hope and Healing in Rwanda: African Nation Embraces First PEP

Becky Resnick is a volunteer with The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) who lives in Seattle, Washington. She recently helped facilitate the first Peace Education Program (PEP) in Rwanda. Here is her story: I traveled to Rwanda for the first time in the fall of 2014 to do some volunteer work and […]

Time for Contentment

Jyoti Singh is a Human Resources professional with over 15 years of experience managing a wide spectrum of HR functions, projects and programs. Currently based in Bangalore, India, she is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating PEP activities in Southern India. She also provides support to volunteers across […]

Dispatch from Nepal: An interview with Bruce Keenan about Food for People (Part 2)

Bruce Keenan serves as Treasurer on The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Board of Directors and as President of Himalayan Children’s Charities. He recently visited the Food for People (FFP) facility in Nepal for the eleventh time since it opened in 2009. In this interview, Bruce shares observations about FFP, earthquake recovery efforts, […]

Dispatch from Nepal: An interview with Bruce Keenan about Food for People (Part 1)

Bruce Keenan serves as Treasurer on The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Board of Directors and as President of Himalayan Children’s Charities. He recently visited the Food for People (FFP) facility in Nepal for the eleventh time since it opened in 2009. In this interview, Bruce shares observations about FFP, earthquake recovery efforts, […]

Phoenix Rising: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate

18 June 2016

Lenore Bryck is a volunteer writer and translator for the Peace Education Program (PEP). Her story about the program’s impact is based on interviews with “Julia,” a PEP volunteer in Latin America and “Maria,” an inmate in a maximum-security women’s prison. The names of individuals and places have been changed or […]

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Minneapolis Adult Community Education System Offers PEP

05 June 2016

Tim Weinhold introduced the Peace Education Program (PEP) to the Adult Community Education system of Minneapolis. He has worked professionally as a musician and massage therapist and is semi-retired. Tim is currently facilitating PEP workshops in two Minneapolis public schools. Over the past three years, I have been interested in presenting […]

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The Missing Peace: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate

27 April 2016

This essay was written by an inmate who submitted it to TPRF on the condition of anonymity. It chronicles how the Peace Education Program (PEP) is helping him gain a new perspective on life. All of my life I have felt that I was different—a bit apart from the others—as if […]

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Portuguese Inmates Embrace Peace Education

20 April 2016

Ana Margarida Seixas is a retired teacher who, along with two other volunteers, has been presenting the Peace Education Program (PEP) at two prisons in northern Portugal. What follows is a brief account of their activities in one of those correctional facilities. The names of the prisons have been omitted by […]

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Peace Education at India’s Telerad Tech

05 April 2016

Jyoti Singh is a Human Resources professional with over 15 years of experience managing a wide spectrum of HR functions, projects, and programs. Currently based in Bangalore, India, she is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating PEP activities in Southern India. She also provides support to volunteers across […]

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On the Ground in Ghana: A Report from Bobby Hendry (Part 2)

31 March 2016

Bobby Hendry oversees meal planning, hygiene, and procedures for the Food for People (FFP) program. He recently visited the kitchen facility in Otinibi, Ghana and logged this report. (This is part two of the report. Check out part one here.) One of my main goals for this trip is to evaluate […]

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On the Ground in Ghana: A Report from Bobby Hendry (Part 1)

28 March 2016

Bobby Hendry oversees meal planning, hygiene, and procedures for the Food for People (FFP) program. He recently visited the kitchen facility in Otinibi, Ghana and logged this report. Arriving at Kotoka Airport in the evening, it is very hot and humid. The weather during the day is even hotter. It is […]

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How Peace Education Changed My Life

18 March 2016

Mothobi Tlale is a 23-year-old facilitator of the Peace Education Program (PEP) in the Phiri area of Johannesburg, South Africa. I’m writing this to share the story of my life and how the Peace Education Program helped change it. For me, growing up was challenging because I was away from my […]

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Echoes of Peace: PEP in Brazil

16 March 2016

Ivete Belfort is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating activities in Brazil. In this blog, she reports on the remarkable response the program is receiving across the country. Our first PEP began in São Paulo prisons in 2009, with the support of FUNAP, a charitable foundation established by […]

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Changing Outlooks: Indian Youth Show Enthusiasm for Peace Education

05 February 2016

Jyoti Singh is a Human Resources professional with over 15 years of experience managing a wide spectrum of HR functions, projects, and programs. Currently based in Bangalore, India, she is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating PEP activities in Southern India. She also provides support to volunteers across […]

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