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Happy International Women's Day!

Today, March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. This global holiday celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. It’s a day to rejoice in the progress made my women; however, International…

India Clubs Embrace the Love During World Interfaith Harmony Week (Part 1)

“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” To commemorate the annual World Interfaith Harmony Week, Play for Peace clubs worldwide conducted successful play sessions. 

It's Almost Time for Feast For Peace 2017!

The 2017 Feast for Peace will be hosted next Thursday, March 9, at Belvedere Banquets in Elk Grove, IL. We are so thrilled to bring pieces of the Play for Peace community together to celebrate our mission and hear the important stories that continue…

A Later Lesson in Compassion for Guatemala PFP Facilitator

“When I was a kid I was taught not to hang out with people who were different from me.” - Antonio Quezada Part of the magic of Play for Peace is its ability to teach lifelong lessons to kids. Children are great learners, and if they grow up…

Perspectives on Peace and Refugees: Riya Yuyada, PFP South Sudan

“…what happens to someone today, may happen to you tomorrow,” shared Riya Williams Yuyada when asked why we should help refugees. Riya, once a refugee in Uganda but now a young leader and co-founder of Play for Peace South Sudan, has…

Play for Peace Mumbai celebrates new beginnings during World Interfaith Harmony Week

Photo Credit: Landscape Photographer Sanyukta Kulkarni During World Interfaith Harmony Week, Play for Peace Mumbai club found peace in honoring Mother Earth and their ancestors. The session began with a group of women walking in the garden. The…

Today We Celebrate Freedom and Social Justice

Every day when I read the news, follow statuses or tweets, I can see more and more people who share the idea of removing barriers that people face because of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture or disability. Then I ask myself: did I…

The story of how a Mexican Play for Peace club came to be: A three act play

"Hope. And a window that lets us peek into what a better society could look like. This is what Play for Peace is for me." - Francisco Hueyatl First Act – I joined as a graphic design volunteer. Francisco Hueyatl joined Play for Peace, just like…

Change a Campus, Change a Nation: Play Sessions at Cebu Technological University

“The Filipino youth is the hope of the fatherland." - Jose Rizal The last quarter of 2016 highlighted two major activities of PFP Cebu, Philippines, to cap the year-long commitment to promote leadership through PFP-inspired trainings. …

Annual Report 2015-2016

“Just as ripples spread out when a single pebble is dropped into water, the actions of individuals can have far-reaching effects." —Dalai Lama Detailed in the annual report, Play for Peace supports programming that creates a “ripple effect”…