The Missing Peace: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate

The Missing Peace: PEP’s Impact on an Inmate

This essay was written by an inmate who submitted it to TPRF on the condition of anonymity. It chronicles how the Peace Education Program (PEP) is helping him gain a new perspective on life. All of my life I have felt that I was different—a bit apart from the...
Echoes of Peace: PEP in Brazil

Echoes of Peace: PEP in Brazil

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...
Changing Outlooks: Indian Youth Show Enthusiasm for Peace Education

Changing Outlooks: Indian Youth Show Enthusiasm for Peace Education

Jyoti Singh is a Human Resources professional with over 15 years of experience managing a wide spectrum of HR functions, projects, and programs. Currently based in Bangalore, India, she is a Peace Education Program (PEP) volunteer, facilitating and coordinating PEP...
Weaving Peace Education into India’s Central Silk Board

Weaving Peace Education into India’s Central Silk Board

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.