Jake Frankel, Executive Editor for The Prem Rawat Foundation, recently went to South Africa and logged the following report about the impact of the Peace Education Program in Soweto.
A groundbreaking forum on such timely topics as criminal justice reform, peace education and breaking the cycle of crime was convened at the British Film Institute last week, following the UK premiere of the multi-award-winning documentary film Inside Peace. This story includes video of the event.
On May 17, Jacaranda FM, the biggest independent radio station in South Africa, featured an interview with Prem Rawat about the importance of personal peace that was broadcast to approximately 2 million listeners.
On May 2, South African Broadcasting Corporation featured a television interview with Prem Rawat and comments from participants in the Peace Education Program (PEP). The broadcast is also being syndicated on radio affiliates and is expected to reach an estimated 8-10 million people throughout South Africa.
Mothobi Tlale is a 23-year-old facilitator of the Peace Education Program (PEP) in the Phiri area of Johannesburg, South Africa. In this story he writes about the positive impact the program had on his life.
In this newly released interview on Cape Town TV in South Africa, TPRF Founder Prem Rawat talks about his passion for peace, the positive impact of the Peace Education Program (PEP), Food for People, and more.