Thanks to The Hawk Newspaper for covering why the Peace Education Program is being integrated into schools in Durban, South Africa.
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To mark International Women’s Day, Peace Channel featured a broadcast that highlighted The Prem Rawat Foundation’s empowering work. You can now watch the replay.
Peace Partners recently interviewed The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Jake Frankel and Marci Klein about their work and the upcoming 20th anniversary conference.
Watch Prem Rawat & Italian officials support peace education at the Senate to empower people of all kinds to discover their inner strength.
Prem Rawat’s meeting about the Peace Education Program with officials at the Italian Senate was covered extensively in the Italian news.
The Benoni Times covers The Prem Rawat Foundation’s parolee feeding initiative to help people during the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa.
The Central Virginian newspaper marked “Mental Health Awareness Month” on May 12 by publishing an article that highlights how the Peace Education Program “can help improve mental health and well-being.”
A new podcast, “Life’s Essentials with Prem Rawat,” kicked off by highlighting the work of The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) to advance dignity, peace, and prosperity across the globe. Listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
In this article, the Eureka Springs Independent newspaper covers why Jonny Haydn started offering the Peace Education Program at the public library near where he lives in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
The Nam News Network (NNN) recently covered TPRF Founder Prem Rawat’s efforts for peace, including the Peace Education Program.
Mountain Xpress, a newspaper in Asheville, NC, covers the Golden Garden Party, a fundraising event to support the Food for People program, which provides clean water and millions of nutritious meals to disadvantaged children.
The Alpha Times, a newspaper distributed to inmates and staff at HM Prison Leeds in West Yorkshire, England recently featured this article, highlighting the profound impact PEP had on Rajinder, an inmate.
The Everglades Endeavor is a newspaper that is published by the Everglades Correctional Institution (ECI) and distributed to inmates in Miami, Florida.
On November 1, Newsfirst Sri Lanka broadcast an interview with Prem Rawat, founder of the Peace Education Program and The Prem Rawat Foundation. The wide-ranging conversation covers everything from the true meaning of peace and happiness to the root causes of racism and violence.
The International Corrections & Prisons Association (ICPA) covered the Peace Education Program in the 2018 summer edition of Beyond the Wall, its industry newsletter that is distributed to correctional professionals across the world.
The London Evening Standard covered the new “Peace is Possible” mural, noting that the project “is part of Prem Rawat’s Peace Education Program, aimed at helping communities affected by violent crime.”