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Pace for Peace!
Join Project PeacePal in our 2nd Annual Pace for Peace. Saturday, May 3rd at Johnson Field on UNM Campus. Check-in for the walk/run begins at 8am. To register click
2013-2014 Program Year
These images and letters are from the 2013-2014 Program Year. Images from left to right: boy in Uganda, girl from Highland High School in Albuquerque, NM, boy in Nepal, students in Nigeria. Letters from left to right: letter from Afghanistan, letter from Nepal, and letter from La Cueva High School student in Albuquerque, NM.
Give the Gift of Peace:
Anytime is a good time to give the gift of peace to someone. Purchase PeacePal totes, T-shirts, friendship bracelets and ornaments from our Online Store. A few simple key strokes and you're done! Help PeacePal while putting smiles on your loved ones' faces!
PeacePal UNESCO Club!
Project PeacePal has been accredited as a UNESCO Club. We are 1 of 2 organizations in New Mexico and 1 of 11 in the US to be recognized as a formal UNESCO Club!
What is PeacePal?
Based in school classrooms, students build one-on-one connections with new friends across the world through letter writing and service learning. There are two main components to the program.
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Project PeacePal inspires young people to become peace building leaders. We seek to ignite a generation of young people to create peace globally through the development of person to person connections across borders and over time.
We believe that sustainable peace is only possible in a world where we experience our kinship as members of the human family and find joy in helping each other. Our program curriculum, called Peace Begins In Me, teaches skills like respectful communication, self responsibility, and appreciation of other cultures.
PeacePal seeks to ignite a generation of young people to create peace globally through the development of person to person connections across borders and over time. Through these connections can come an understanding of our common humanity, and the recognition of our similarities, creating a feeling of kinship and the resulting desire to help each other.
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A World of Images:
Please take a moment to browse through our beautiful and powerful
of PeacePal classrooms, letters, and activities from around the world. We provide cameras to our international Program Directors to document daily life in their communities.
"Respect for the rights of others means peace."
— Benito Juarez
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