Tutu & TPRF Collaborators Clive Conway and Paul Bloomfield discuss past projects, upcoming plans, and more. This is an excerpt of their full interview on Prem Rawat’s website.
The Prem Rawat Foundation is partnering with the South Africa Department of Correctional Services to expand the Peace Education Program at correctional facilities throughout the country.
Today SABC News interviewed Prem Rawat about the Peace Education Program in a national television broadcast across South Africa. Watch it here.
Media Spokeswoman Lumka Ngxoli shares perspective on what it’s like to work with Prem Rawat and how she benefited from the Peace Education Program.
A new episode of the Positive Spin television program highlights the Peace Education Program and an interview with Prem Rawat.
The city of Johannesburg has designated the Peace Education Program as an essential service to help people displaced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
These students recently participated in the Peace Education Program at Topaz Secondary School in Lenasia, South Africa. In these short video clips, they share some of their perspectives about the course.
Despite intense daily challenges in Katlehong, South Africa, this video highlights how the Peace Education Program is empowering a growing number of young people there to break the cycle of bitterness and build better futures.
This video highlights how Dr. Patrick Mpoyi is prescribing Peace Education Program workshops to his patients to help them heal from a long list of ailments.
This new video highlights how the Peace Education Program (PEP) is impacting people at the Sebokeng Youth Advisory Centre in South Africa.
In this new video Prem Rawat speaks to students enrolled in the Peace Education Program at TSiBA in Cape Town, South Africa.
Jake Frankel, Executive Editor for The Prem Rawat Foundation, recently visited Soweto, South Africa. In this blog (part 2 in his series about the impact of the Peace Education Program) he writes about delivering iPads to volunteers and reports on how Dr. Patrick is using peace education to treat patients.
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) recently sponsored a pair of forums in South Africa to help facilitate a sense of reconciliation, hope, dignity, and peace among historically disadvantaged peoples.
The Prem Rawat Foundation recently sponsored two forums in South Africa which featured the nonprofit’s Founder Prem Rawat speaking to thousands of people about topics such as reconciliation, hope, forgiveness, and peace. The events attracted coverage from several local media outlets.
Today, Friday, November 18, the Diepkloof Urban News in Soweto, South Africa reports on the Peace Education Program and an upcoming event with Prem Rawat. Read the story here.
Jake Frankel, Executive Editor for The Prem Rawat Foundation, recently went to South Africa and logged the following report about the impact of the Peace Education Program in Soweto.