Watch Prem Rawat’s first visit to Zimbabwe to meet with Peace Education Program participants at Harare Central Prison.
Peace Education Program Articles
A robust new study found that the Peace Education Program has exceptional benefits for incarcerated individuals.
Scouts Association Malaysia and Prem Rawat recently signed a landmark agreement to offer the Peace Education Program to youth throughout the country.
The Criminologist podcast recently featured an interview with Peace Education Program Director Willow Baker.
To mark Peace Day 2022 The Prem Rawat Foundation released a new video to celebrate initiatives that can help make every day a peace day.
Prem Rawat and the Peace Education Program will be featured at the second annual Global Peace Education Day conference on September 20.
Thanks to The Hawk Newspaper for covering why the Peace Education Program is being integrated into schools in Durban, South Africa.
The Prem Rawat Foundation recently participated in a roundtable with humanitarian leaders to raise awareness about the needs of refugees and to offer the Peace Education Program to help them.
Prem Rawat recently visited Zimbabwe for the first time, meeting with incarcerated people who have participated in the Peace Education Program and supportive officials from the Prisons and Correctional Service.
In part 2 of this video series, volunteers share more of their perspectives on why they volunteer for the Peace Education Program.
Thank you to the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) for welcoming Peace Education Program representatives to the Winter Training Institute, one of the premiere gatherings of community supervision professionals in the U.S.
In this new video, Peace Education Program volunteers from across the globe share their perspectives on why they volunteer for the program.
In 2021 The Prem Rawat Foundation celebrated 20 years of remarkable results empowering dignity, peace and prosperity by addressing the fundamental needs of people across the globe.
The Peace Education Program is a powerful resource to help university students live more fulfilling lives, according to a newly released independent study by the Unihorizonte University Foundation of Bogotá, Colombia.
The Secretary of Education in Atlàntico, Colombia explains why her department is planning to implement the Peace Education Program at all high schools.
In this powerful 11-minute documentary, “Slaying the Dragon,” Billa Nanra shares his story of incarceration and how the Peace Education Program empowered him to kick a 22-year heroin addiction and get his life back on track.