Peace Education Program welcomes the American Probation and Parole Association

We celebrate the success of APPA’s 2022 Winter Training Institute.
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Prem Rawat answers questions from the press

The Peace Education Program is an innovative series of video-based facilitated workshops that help people discover their own inner strength and personal peace.

The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) supports the American Probation and Parole Association’s values and vision for creating an environment of wellbeing, for combatting recidivism and assisting our communities by enabling members to offer the Peace Education Program to clients for free.

This evidence-based program’s workshops are neither religious nor political, and have been proven to benefit diverse groups of people in over 70 countries and in 30 languages, including 75,000 people in correctional, probation and parole systems.

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We are also offering a replay of our Summer Training Institute Workshop, An International Exploration of Outcomes of the Peace Education Program. In this workshop, our panelists present a compelling narrative of how the Peace Education Program has not only positively influenced their personal lives and their outlook but also how they have been motivated to offer the program to colleagues, parolees, youth and within organizations working to help overcome domestic violence and substance use disorders. We also hear the story of a British Parolee and his journey with the Peace Education Program in prison and overcoming his 22-year heroin addiction.

APPA Communications Executive Director Veronica Cunningham (left) with Leonie Small, at the Peace Education Program booth

Click here to view the APPA 2021 Summer Institute Workshop An International Exploration of Outcomes of the Peace Education Program”

“This program is transformational. If people can hold on to the concepts that we learned, then they necessarily will act and react in a different way to the different stressors that come up in life.”
— Judge Kathryn Michael, Summit County Domestic Violence Intervention Court, Ohio

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British Parolee 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. Now free from crime and substance use, Billa has become a volunteer facilitator of the Peace Education Program for at-risk youth and other groups.


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“The Peace Education Program tries only to achieve one simple thing: it’s to put you in touch with yourself.”

— Prem Rawat, Founder of TPRF

See a variety of perspectives about how the Peace Education Program empowers participants to live more fulfilling lives.
See how the Peace Education Program helps those incarcerated at Dominguez State Jail in San Antonio, Texas embark on a journey of self-discovery.
See how the Peace Education Program is reducing violence and benefiting students at a public school in Elbert, Colorado, USA.
Veteran Alyce Knaflich shares how the Peace Education Program helped her recover from PTSD and homelessness, and inspired her to assist others in Asheville, NC.