Peace Partners in association with Youth Futures and The Tutu Foundation UK
celebrated the United Nations International Day of Peace at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon
Watch the first in a series of short videos from the event, a synoptic view of the day's activities:
St Mungos is a UK homeless persons charity. Homeless Diamonds is an arts magazine published three times a year by people living or working in St Mungos hostels in London. Gennoria Miles, an attendee of the Peace Education Programme course hosted by the charity's Recovery College, contributed this article to the summer 2019 edition of the magazine:
Coulsdon Sixth Form College has posted a new article on its website about the International Day of Peace 'Practice Peace' forum. Principal Richard Beales was in attendance and was a signatory at the event to The Pledge to Peace. The article reports that "The event provided a platform for raising awareness of projects that involve empowering young people and communities, to live their lives free from violence and aggression " and that "It also provided opportunities for networking and learning more about other peace-building initiatives locally, nationally and internationally."
Read the full article on the Coulsdon Sixth Form website.