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
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
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.
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
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
Association with Franklin Covey relationship Leader in Me school based program
Gary Knell CEO of Sesame Workshop held in United Nations Delegates Dining room.
Peacemaker Corps Forum held during the DPI conference highlighting Peacemaker Training Programs “Changing youth – use words, not violence” Moderated by Unser Secretary General A.K. Chowdhury – testimony from Peacemaker Corps Graduates, Global Grover – attendees DPI NGO delegates from countries world wide,
UN Commission on Status of Women 2004 workshop collaborating with World Health Organization (WHO) at UN Dag Hammarskjold auditorium
Art of Making Peace Awards to Anne DeMello
multiple side events DPI annual conference – participants included PCA mentors, PCA graduates, Sesame Workshop’s Global Grover and NGO delegates from all UN member countries
Peacemaker Corps a United Nations affiliated NGO with EOCSOC status, has been working with several UN agencies and other NGOs to spread our core program and raise the consciences about the deadly effects of violence at home and in the work place. Training may thousands more.
Peacemaker Corps Association was created and through the United Nations NGO program began to carry out the workshops and international seminars discussing the reduction of violence throughout the world.
Dr. Noel Brown, former Director of the United Nations Environment Programme was a spokesperson for a UN event to give his support to PCA
A change of administration in the White House and the war in the Middle East allowed us to pivot away from HUD and Form an NGO non for profit under Peacemaker Corps.
Many thousands of youths from urban housing settings and suburban schools met in smaller groups at shopping malls to participate in a two day workshop learning the techniques and skill of Conflict Resolution, Ethics, Civility, Communication and finally how to spread the work throughout their individual neighborhoods.
Training’s were initially held in Shopping Malls coast to coast and boarder to boarder in the USA during the late 90’s and into the new century. Participants came from Public Housing HUD and local schools.