Hope and Healing in Rwanda: African Nation Embraces First PEP

Hope and Healing in Rwanda: African Nation Embraces First PEP

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...
Peace Education Grows in West Africa

Peace Education Grows in West Africa

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.

PEP Takes Root in Montenegro

PEP Takes Root in Montenegro

After successfully facilitating the Peace Education Program (PEP) seven times in the small Balkan country of Montenegro, volunteers are breaking for the summer before starting the workshops again in October. In response to popular demand and the enthusiastic invitation of two host organizations, there are already three more PEPs scheduled into 2016.

Dignified Tranquility

Dignified Tranquility

Lenore Bryck is a health care professional and educator, providing pain relief therapy and holistic health coaching to clients in chronic pain and illness. She currently writes blogs about The Peace Education Program (PEP) in Latin America. Recently, Lenore...