Peace Education Program volunteers from across Latin America recently came together for the International Corrections & Prisons Association in Argentina, highlighting how teamwork can help this innovative program benefit more inmates.
In this blog, Ivete Belfort and several other volunteers in São Paulo share their perspectives on what it’s like to be part of the Peace Education Program and how they see it helping participants in Brazil.
In this blog, Soraia Muner shares her perspective on facilitating the Peace Education Program for homeless people in Brazil. “I have degrees in psychology and nursing,” said a participant. “I like the Peace Education Program and learned a lot about the breath and its importance.”
Ivete Belfort is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating activities in Brazil. In this blog, she reports on the remarkable response the program is receiving across the country. Our first PEP began in São Paulo prisons in 2009, with the...