The Drug and Alcohol Services Association’s (DASA) program in Central Australia, Commit2Change, supports parolees and community corrections clients to transition back in the community; the Peace Education Program has been an essential element of its success since 2018, helping clients connect to inner resources and break the cycle of substance abuse.
The Delores Project (TDP) supports homeless women across metro Denver, Colorado. Its impact has grown significantly since it opened its doors 20 years ago. Today TDP is seeing the practical benefits of the Peace Education Program introduced in 2016 that helps people discover hope and recognize their inner strength.
ICPA 2019: Volunteers Present Peace Education Program to International Corrections Leaders in Argentina
The Peace Education Program has benefited thousands of inmates across the world, and it is poised to benefit thousands more after volunteers recently introduced it to leaders at the International Corrections and Prisons Association (ICPA) conference.
The Peace Education Program is helping young students and police build a culture of peace in Cusco, Perú. Marian Masoliver is a filmmaker who recently visited the area to document the initiative and in this blog she shares some of her observations.
The Waves of Change event in Croydon, U.K. explored how the Peace Education Program can play an innovative role in addressing youth violence and other problems. Read a report from one of the event organizers, plus watch a video recording of it.
Celebrate the U.N. International Day of Peace by watching and sharing this new video and learning more about our initiatives to build a more peaceful world.