The Peace Education Program brings a unique resource to APPA

Prem Rawat answers questions from the press

The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) supports the APPA’s values and vision to foster the wellbeing of community corrections clients and their support teams.

TPRF’s Peace Education Program is an innovative series of video-based, facilitated workshops. Its unique approach aims to increase self-awareness to support resilience, empathy and wellbeing through a strengths-based curriculum. Demonstrating its cross-cultural relevance, 300,000 people in 76 countries have participated in the Peace Education Program, including 100,000 people in corrections, probation and parole systems.

Course content and implementation support are provided free of charge by The Prem Rawat Foundation to humanitarian-oriented endeavors. The 10 themes are: Peace, Appreciation, Inner Strength, Self-Awareness, Dignity, Choice, Hope, Clarity, Understanding and Contentment. Each workshop features the international talks of renowned author Prem Rawat, who has shared his inspiring insights on the topic of peace with people around the world for over 50 years.

Sign up below to participate virtually in a free Peace Education Program sample course, or open a conversation now with a program representative at [email protected]

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We hope to see you at these 2022 conferences:

August 2022
American Probation and Parole Summer Training Institute
Visit us at our booth and attend our International Relations Committee panel presentation

September 2022
5th World Congress on Probation and Parole
Visit our poster session, view the award-winning documentary “Inside Peace” and attend our presentation

October 2022
International Corrections and Prisons Association
Visit us at our booth and attend our international panel presentation

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

“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

Click here to view 11-minute documentary “Slaying the Dragon”
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

VIDEO RESOURCES: PEACE EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Peace Education Program is an innovative workshop series that empowers people from all walks of life to discover their own inner strength and personal peace.

Members of the Domestic Violence Intervention Court of Summit County, Ohio talk about their experience of participating in the Peace Education Program and making it available for staff and clients.

A group of police share enthusiasm for the Peace Education Program with school administrators, teachers and students as they all work together to calm violence and build a new culture of peace in Cusco, Peru.
This video shows samples of the Peace Education Program course content and gives you a better sense of what the workshops are like. It is designed for those of you who are considering offering the program and want to know more about it.
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 on parole, Billa has become a volunteer facilitator of the Peace Education Program for at-risk youth and other groups.
“Peace Warriors” reflects the amazing turnaround of a Bloods gang in Ecuador who, inspired by Prem Rawat eight years ago, began a journey of shifting their efforts from violence to peace. Now they are facilitating the Peace Education Program for more gang members in surrounding communities, magnifying their positive example.