Known as the “Queen of Textiles,” silk is a shimmering fabric that often signifies comfort, elegance, and style. The silk industry is a big business in India, and the government’s Ministry of Textiles supports it through a large agency called the Central Silk Board. The Silk Board recently started offering the Peace Education Program (PEP) to employees, with great results.
Becky Resnick is a volunteer with The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) who lives in Seattle, Washington. She recently helped facilitate the first Peace Education Program (PEP) in Rwanda. Here is her story: I traveled to Rwanda for the first time in the fall of 2014 to do...
Prem Rawat recently spoke to students enrolled in the Peace Education Program (PEP) at TSiBA, an acclaimed nonprofit business school in Capetown, South Africa that specializes in giving disadvantaged youth opportunities to become entrepreneurial leaders.
The Peace Education Program (PEP) is gaining popularity in the neighboring West African nations of Ivory Coast and Ghana. Volunteers with The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) recently started offering the innovative multimedia course to hundreds of new participants and are taking steps to make it available to many more.