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Introducing our Board of Directors: Michael Terrien

"The goal of Play of Peace is to create compassion between people who come from different communities that have a history of conflict.” - Michael Terrien Michael Terrien is one of the Play For Peace co-founders, and currently sits on the Board…

Giving Games Recap: Mexico

The Play for Peace clubs in Mexico were very active during the Giving Games, hosting activities and discussions that revolved around empathy and reflection for others. Sometimes society makes life extra hard; everyone who has ever experienced the…

Giving Games Recap: Nepal

The Giving Games were in full swing in Nepal this past month. Between the Global Peace Youth Corps club in Kathmandu, and the Nepal Friendship Society Peace Club in Bharatpur, almost 1,000 children were able to participate this year. The…

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Each year, on the third Monday of January, the U.S. observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day in remembrance of one of its most influential civil rights leaders in its history. Martin Luther King Jr. was a minister and activist who, through his activism…

A Quick Look Back at 2016!

Thank you all for a wonderful year! Enjoy our quick look back at 2016 and join us in growing Play for Peace this 2017. Happy New Year! [embed]https://youtu.be/ATM3Qfs6kqQ[/embed]

2016 In Review: Compassion Games

Tomorrow, Saturday, December 31, closes out our #Raise1ToPlayAs1 campaign and is the final day of an incredible year for our clubs around the globe. Though our clubs continue to host their own creative events each day, our partnership with…

2016 In Review: Nepal

There are just a couple of days left in the #Raise1ToPlayAs1 campaign and we want to use today's blog to reflect on the accomplishments of the clubs in Nepal. A country plagued by a decade-long civil war, Nepal still faces lingering political…

2016 In Review: Vietnam

The phrase “small, but mighty” adequately describes Play for Peace’s presence in Vietnam. With just a few days left in our #Raise1ToPlayAs1 campaign, we continue to reflect on the incredible work our clubs have done across the world just this…

2016 In Review: India

With just a few days left in our #Raise1ToPlayAs1 campaign, we want to take the next few posts to truly reflect on the work some of our clubs have done in 2016. Despite the conflicts and political, social and economic issues of the world, our clubs…

Happy Holidays from Play for Peace!

All over the world, people are celebrating the season. And here at Play for Peace, we're all celebrating with you. Whatever you choose to celebrate, we hope that our list of some of the most-celebrated winter holidays inspires you to learn about the…