Play for Peace trainer Vijay works with one of the most ostracized societies in India, the Dalit. A Dalit himself, he understands the need to empower his community using Play for Peace. Learn about his work with Dalit children and youth and his recent effort to open a library featuring Dalit authors.
“I have been working with the community for 15 years, where violence is always the same. But in the last 4 years, children and youth who are with me are touching new skies in their lives. For me, PFP is life.” —PFP Mentor, Vijay Kumar
We love that we’re working with two partners during the month of September—Compassion Games International and Peace One Day—to build our global celebrations of compassion and peace. Here's what's happening and who else is participating.
“My new friends now think of me in connection with Play for Peace!” - Nitin Kumar, Play for Peace facilitator and participant