Every child should experience
laughter, compassion, and peace.

500 million people live in countries in conflict, many of them children. 

We are a thriving global learning community working to create peace in communities in conflict by training and supporting generations of peace builders. Together we can make a difference. Why is peace important?

We believe 

Youth-led cooperative play has the power to bring together people from different nationalities, religions, and backgrounds to find common ground, build friendships, and create a more peaceful world.

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There are many ways you can positively impact thousands of children and teens, all of who dream of a life without fear of violence and discrimination. Will you join us?

Volunteer locally
or online.

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about our work.

Pledge your birthday
or run a race.

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impact lives.

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Bring Play for Peace
to your community.

Live Laughter!

Laughter Heals & Connects People. That's why we Play for Peace in areas of conflict around the world.

The Play for Peace process

Step 1: Introduction

Educational play sessions are led by Play for Peace leadership in communities suffering from conflict, creating safe environments where people of all ages can experience the joy of play and a community that practices cooperation, inclusion, caring and fun.

Step 2: Engagement

Local youth are then trained to lead their own cooperative play and community service sessions. Together with their mentor, they form a Play for Peace club to improve the lives of local children, youth and adults in addition to practicing their new leadership skills.

Step 3: Amplification

New leaders are fostered to continue the cycle of peace within their community and in new regions around the world, promoting positive relationships across cultural, religious, and other divides and continuously growing our global learning community.