The 2018 Feast for Peace was a wonderful night filled with compassion, great food, lots of games, and incredible inspiration. Check out some of the highlights here! For those who were able to join us, THANK YOU for your support.
Today is International Women’s Day. It’s a day to create awareness for the inequality that still exists between men and women. On a global scale, women still earn less money for the same jobs, are less likely to be politically involved, and are…
Michael J. Taylor, more commonly known as Taylor, will be performing his unique blend of storytelling and percussion at Feast for Peace this year. His toolkit consists of a background in theater, a natural talent for music, and a love of African…
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.
The HOLA Play for Peace club took World Interfaith Harmony Week as an opportunity to build upon this theme and develop a greater understanding and appreciation of their differences.
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.
At Play for Peace, we spend our time teaching others about the positive power of play. Naturally, we are interested in the current trend in academics and the media to celebrate positive psychology. In this blog we explore the psychology behind Play For Peace.