Launching a Peace Education Program in Pennsylvania (Part II)

PEP volunteer Chip Presendofer provides us with a unique perspective on the steps he and a dedicated group of individuals have taken to launch a PEP program in Berks County Jail, Pennsylvania. The group is currently working on launching a second program at another...
Launching a Peace Education Program in Pennsylvania (Part I)

Launching a Peace Education Program in Pennsylvania (Part I)

PEP volunteer Chip Presendofer provides us with a unique perspective on the steps he and a dedicated group of individuals have taken to launch a PEP program in Berks County Jail, Pennsylvania. The group is currently working on launching a second program at another...
PEP Blossoms in Ecuador

PEP Blossoms in Ecuador

Guest Blogger Kathryn Bright spent six months in Northern Ecuador as part of a team helping to launch the Peace Education Program in South America. This is her report. TPRF: You just came back to Colorado after 6 months volunteering in Northern Ecuador.  What inspired...
Peace Education Volunteer Perspectives

Peace Education Volunteer Perspectives

This blog is the second installment of our volunteer story series. Doug Sage lives in Toronto, Canada and is a retired business owner. He has been a TPRF volunteer for about one year. Beryl Williams lives in the UK and runs a translation services company. Beryl and...
Music Delights PEP Students in Cádiz Prison

Music Delights PEP Students in Cádiz Prison

Gonzaga Delage is part of a team of people from Jerez, Spain, who, for the past three years, have facilitated a Peace Education Program class at Puerto III prison, near Jerez in the province of Cádiz. Inspired by classical guitarist and friend of TPRF, Manuel Imán,...