Today SABC News interviewed Prem Rawat about the Peace Education Program in a national television broadcast across South Africa. Watch it here.
The Food for People program is resuming meal service with adjustments to help stem the spread of COVID-19, and a teacher gives you a video update from Ghana to thank you for your support.
The Prem Rawat Foundation is being highlighted as part of a documentary broadcast celebrating the 75th anniversary of the UN.
This new music video “Together for Peace” was created by Calle Paz y Respeto, a group of former gang members who were inspired by The Prem Rawat Foundation’s peace education workshops to change their ways.
The Prem Rawat Foundation is celebrating the U.N. International Day of Peace with an inspiring new video that encourages people to be a voice for peace and support humanitarian initiatives.
Chief Niadjekwei Jamansah expresses his great appreciation for the Food for People program, which has improved health, school achievement, and the economy in his town of Otinibi, Ghana.
Celebrate the U.N. International Day of Peace by watching and sharing this new video and learning more about our initiatives to build a more peaceful world.
TPRF videos will be featured throughout Peace Day, September 21 on two premier independent video broadcasts that aim to build cultures of peace across the globe. There is also a livestream of an event in the U.K. that will highlight the Peace Education Program as part of the solution to youth violence. Watch them all here.
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.
These new videos were recently released to show some of the ways that people make a remarkable impact when they support TPRF to engage in change.
This new video introduces the Peace Education Program and features a variety of perspectives about how the innovative workshop series empowers diverse participants to make positive changes in their lives.
The new video, “PEACE: The Most Practical Tool,” shows the strength of people responding to the tragedy of gang violence by coming together to find solutions to its root causes. On June 10, 2018, Prem Rawat was invited by Pastor Lorraine Jones to engage with community leaders at Lambeth Community College to address the recent increase in deaths from knife crime in London.
The Prem Rawat Foundation empowers people to overcome their most intense challenges, from hunger and poverty to gang violence, drug addiction, and more. A new video highlights some of the ways the innovative charity successfully engaged in change throughout 2018.
In response to a violent crime epidemic in London, Prem Rawat joined leaders, activists, and artists at Lambeth Community College on June 10 to announce a major rollout of the Peace Education Program. This video, produced by Celebrate Life Events, features perspectives on the event from some of the attendees.
During the June “World of Difference” Appeal, more than 1,100 donors from 48 countries topped the goal of raising $150,000 and contributed a total of $179,399 to The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF). Throughout the appeal, TPRF released four new videos that highlight the impact of TPRF initiatives and they are available to watch in this post.
These videos, produced by Celebrate Life Events, feature perspectives from participants in recent Peace Education Programs held in Angell Town, a London neighborhood plagued by gang violence.