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#FlashbackFriday: First Play for Peace Initiative in Myanmar - November 2015

In November of 2015, SEMS Myanmar (Socially Engaged Monastic School) with the support of their funding partners AFSC (American Friends Service Committee) organized a Play for Peace training for educators, facilitators, teacher trainers, and…

Stories of Change Makers: International Play Conference in Bangalore

"The Play for Peace platform came into my life and my perspective on education changed.” - Mentor, Vijay Kumar This month in India, Play for Peace Certified Trainer Archana Magar and Mentor Vijay Kumar organized a Play for Peace workshop for the…

#WaterIsLife: Compassion Games Earth Week Recap

Last week, clubs across the world organized events to honor Mother Earth, teaching their participants about the importance of conservation and care of the world and its resources as a part of Compassion Games Earth Week. This year's theme was…

#WaterIsLife: 5 Ways You Can Conserve Water TODAY

Did you know that the average American household uses over 400 gallons of water PER DAY? Yet over 783 million people around the world do not have access to clean water. As a part of Compassion Games Earth Week, Play for Peace, individuals, and…

Our Stories: PFP Blogger Natasha Das

Natasha Das is a trained architect and designer who is currently based in Dubai, UAE. She joined the Play for Peace community as an online blog writer through the United Nations Online Volunteer Program. The Play for Peace spirit of “everyone is…

Play for Peace Heads to Mexico

“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…

Welcome, Sri Krishnan!

In March, the Play for Peace team welcomed Sri Krishnan as an ex-officio board member. As a Kellogg Business School MBA candidate, he is part of the Kellogg Board Fellows program, which aims to match MBA students with nonprofit organizations in…

Nepal Friendship Society promotes Unity and Inclusion During World Interfaith Harmony Week

In Nepal, World Interfaith Harmony Week coincided with Vasant Panchami, a holiday marking the beginning of Spring. Nepal Friendship Society ushered in the new season with Saraswati Puja, a festival in honor of the eponymous goddess. Amongst other…

Lindze Giles Reflects on Her Year as a Play for Peace Intern

The following is a reflection piece written by Play for Peace intern Lindze Giles. We'd like to thank her for her passion and dedication for the last year and look forward to the work she will do to spread peace.  During the time I have spent with…

Stories from World Interfaith Harmony Week: PFP Senegal

As part of World Interfaith Harmony Week, Play for Peace Senegal worked to teach young people the fundamentals of peace, cooperation, and tolerance.