Today SABC News interviewed Prem Rawat about the Peace Education Program in a national television broadcast across South Africa. Watch it here.
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.
The Waves of Change event in Croydon, U.K. explored how the Peace Education Program can play an innovative role in addressing youth violence and other problems. Read a report from one of the event organizers, plus watch a video recording of it.
In this new video Prem Rawat speaks to students enrolled in the Peace Education Program at TSiBA in Cape Town, South Africa.
Donors from around the globe recently showed overwhelming support for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), contributing U.S.$200,000 during the year-end Welcoming a New Era Appeal. The enthusiastic response far exceeded the goal of raising U.S.$150,000, putting the charity in a stronger position to fulfill its mission of helping people live with dignity, peace, and prosperity.
As people around the world greet the new year with high hopes, The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) has received more than 4 million views for its “Peace Starts Here” video, which presents an empowering vision of building a world at peace, one person at a time.
Thank you to the volunteers and supporters of TPRF for the incredible work you made possible in 2016! This slideshow highlights some of this year’s accomplishments.
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) has received over one million views worldwide for its “Peace Starts Here” video, which debuted September 14, produced as part of its participation in the 2016 United Nations International Day of Peace.
In partnership with the U.N. International Day of Peace, TPRF produced a new video to help raise awareness that peace is possible and it begins with each person.
A groundbreaking forum on such timely topics as criminal justice reform, peace education and breaking the cycle of crime was convened at the British Film Institute last week, following the UK premiere of the multi-award-winning documentary film Inside Peace. This story includes video of the event.
TPRF and Tutu Foundation UK Partner on Forum Exploring Peace Education: Watch the Video Broadcast Here June 15
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) and the Tutu Foundation U.K. will host a forum on June 15 at the British Film Institute with government and NGO leaders to explore topics such as peace education, reconciliation, alternatives to violence, prison reform and breaking the cycle of crime. Watch a video broadcast of the event here on June 15, beginning at 3 p.m. EDT.
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) is expanding its Food for People (FFP) program in Ghana to serve nutritious daily meals to an additional 110 disadvantaged children.
On May 17, Jacaranda FM, the biggest independent radio station in South Africa, featured an interview with Prem Rawat about the importance of personal peace that was broadcast to approximately 2 million listeners.
On May 2, South African Broadcasting Corporation featured a television interview with Prem Rawat and comments from participants in the Peace Education Program (PEP). The broadcast is also being syndicated on radio affiliates and is expected to reach an estimated 8-10 million people throughout South Africa.
A video produced by The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) is reaching new audiences in Oregon at two independent movie theaters that are presenting it as a public service announcement ahead of feature films.