Now that we’re one week into Level Up: Race for Humanity, we want to introduce some of the amazing mentors from our Play for Peace clubs who are taking part in this month-long event. We’ll be following their journeys over the next few weeks, to share how they are leveling up in their communities.
This past April, Play for Peace clubs around the world celebrated Earth Week by taking part in the 2019 Play for Peace Global Games. Working with more than 700 children over the course of the week, our clubs explored what it means to be a leader when you feel connected to the earth.
For several years, Play for Peace Mexico mentor Francisco Hueyatl León has been leading Play for Peace's club in Mexico with love and dedication. Now he is using his expertise in graphic design to create a more peaceful world.
Every day, hundreds of migrants pass through Huehuetoca, Mexico, on a perilous journey to find a better life. Thanks to a local rest house and the compassion of groups like Play for Peace Mexico, migrants can find care and support along the way.
This past September 17 marked an important milestone in the history of Play for Peace: the 20th year of the organization. In honor of this special milestone, Play for Peace Mexico joined the party to celebrate the past two decades, as well as all that's to come.
Francisco Hueyatl León is a facilitator with Play for Peace Mexico City. An artist and educator, he graciously agreed to sit down with us to talk about the work he is doing with his community in Mexico City. Read on for the interview.
“Change is good and we must not be afraid of it!” - Laura Vasquez Born and raised in Mexico City, Laura has worked as a Play for Peace volunteer for almost 2 years. In addition to covering Latin America, Laura also helps with communications for…
A very special Inner Leadership Workshop in Mexico City recently focused on leadership, communication, frustration management, and flexibility abilities and techniques.
Back in September, Play for Peace clubs around the globe participated in Compassion Games' Global Unity Games. Clubs hosted scores of activities focused on making our world a better, more understanding and welcoming place to live.
“It was such a warm welcome and I left very impressed. We left a little piece of our hearts in Mexico” Back in March, a small Play for Peace delegation with Sarah Gough, PFP Executive Director, at the head, visited Mexico for the first time and…