Who We Are and What We Do – Be A Peacemaker Champion!

Peacemaker Corps Association (PCA) a United Nations affiliated NGO was founded in 1997 to support the United Nations mission to promote peace, tolerance and nonviolent conflict resolution for youths around the world. For 20 years, our program has given future peacemakers across the globe a voice by providing them with filmmaking and storytelling skills and technical tools. This is achieved … Read More

Peacemaker Champion Plural+ Winner of 2017!!!

These lovely youths from the Philippians were one of our Peacemaker Champion Plural+ winners in 2017  They were not able to come to the ceremony at the UN, so we sent them their awards and medals and they took this picture for us to post  

PSGFF Winning Film 3rd Place 2017 Age Group 8 and under

In the above link, this sweet girls idea of “Peace In The Streets”, Peace in her community, her family, her school, with her classmates and friends and at home is in shown through various ways of PLAY in her winning film called “Happy”.

Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival

31st DECEMBER 2017 What a Year! 2017 has been a remarkable year for Peacemaker Corps and PSGFF. Our message of “Peace in the Streets” is resonating and being heard through the stories of youth world wide. This year we had film submissions from 15 countries on 6 continents. Peacemaker Corps has expanded globally and now is an official NGO in … Read More

Happy holidays from our young film makers from around the world!

The Peacemaker Corps Team, producer of the Peace in the Streets Film Festival wants to wish Peace, Prosperity and Good Will to everyone who has helped us achieve a worldwide initiative with the young people of the world to create Peace in the Streets. Our Film Festival of 2017 received entries from 16 countries on 6 continents. Thank you for … Read More

Ridgewood HS film club PSGFF win on Northjersey

Ridgewood High School’s Film Club won first place for its “Peace in Pieces” project for the Peacemaker Corps’ Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival. It’s the first time the club participated in a contest. “We were all extremely surprised and incredibly proud of each other,” said the club’s president, Srinjoy Bhattacharya, who founded the group in 2015 as a … Read More

PSGFF app

Launch of a PSGFF app, resident on all smart devices. With this technology youths will be able to create films on smart phones or devices and then upload through our app so that youths who are not able to have a tethered computer can not only participate in the festival, but share their work with family and friends. We intend … Read More

Plural + Film Festival

Establish partnership with Plural + Film Festival; a joint venture program of UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and International Office for Migration (IOM). Winners from both festivals assembled at the UN in NYC to meet other youth film makers and share experiences and vision for a more congenial future.

PSGFF

launched our newest program PSGFF a Global Film Festival for youths on “What Peace in the Streets Means to Me” Established partnership with UNICEF Voices of Youth. Our winners were brought to the UN to participate in the annual High Level Meetings for the Culture of Peace and receive their awards in the UN Dag Hammarskjöld Library auditorium

Day of Civility

The Day of Civility™ brings schools, youth oriented organizations, community and faith-based organizations, law enforcement, Government officials, funding sources and the media together to celebrate the value of civilized behavior which must be practiced and reinforced by all adults who parent, teach, preach to and govern our children every day of the year. The Day of Civility™ will galvanize support … Read More

Leader in Me

Association with Franklin Covey relationship Leader in Me school based program