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A Blog Post that Inspired Dialogue: Guest Blog Series

The stories being created by Play for Peace reminded us of this intrinsic humanity, this longing to translate the ideal of peaceful coexistence into reality. The realization that Play for Peace is generating a tangible impact, gradually uniting…

Instilling Peace in the Hearts and Minds of Filipino youth

If youth get their needs met by belonging to a Play for Peace Club, instead of from the gangs, the youth's energy will be used to contribute to the development of Cebu. Irvin Torralba was the first Play for Peace Trainer in the Philippines, and…

#ThrowbackThursday: From India to the World

Imroz Shah, our Global Operations Manager and a Master of Peace Studies student, was 17 and a Play for Peace youth facilitator at the time this photo was taken. She is standing on the far right with a long gray scarf. Jim Stuart, still Play for…

What is the "Play" in Play for Peace? Guest Blog Series

One could appreciate the complexity of the whole process, and spend time trying to analyze and synthesize what is going on; but the group moves through that complexity without getting bogged down in the analysis of the process, and finds the…

#ThankyouTuesday to Denise Chipman!

It's hard to miss Denise's welcoming smile at all of our fundraising events, but did you know that she is the Vice President of Operations at Avalon Risk Management as well as a graduated CPA? We couldn't be more honored to have her…

Feast for Peace

February is a chilly month in Chicago, but you can warm up with us on February 17th as we bring a little bit of New Orleans to you! We'll be at Maggiano's Feasting for Peace and raising money for our important cause! This Mardi Gras-themed event…

#ThrowbackThursday: 2006 in Guatemala

In 2006 the Play for Peace team in Guatemala supported by CECI, the University of San Carlos and the Centro de Voluntariado Guatemalteco won a grant from the United Nations Volunteer Program to promote local volunteerism and the Millennium…

Nonviolence is Only a Breath Away: Guest Blog Series

Breathing connects us all, we share our breath with the oceans, we breathe with the plants, we breathe with the animals, insects and microbes and we breathe with each other. Beyond the internet and cell phones, what has eternally connected us is our…

#Thankyoutuesday dedicated to Lisa!

Lisa Rooney came to us as a volunteer from United Nations Online Volunteers and lives in Ohio, USA. She has been volunteering with Play for Peace since 2014 as a grant writer. Lisa is currently helping Play for Peace with submitting Letters of…

Bringing hope: A "Peace is Possible" Story

The poverty experienced in Dakar is palpable. Many children are forced to beg on the streets. More than half of the population of Dakar lives below the poverty line (earn less than one Euro a day), and 52% are illiterate. In the past, Senegal had…