Peace Education Association & Centre for Excellence

Peace with Mother Earth, one’s self, and society
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"Our purpose is to promote: peace with Mother Earth; holistic health for peace with oneself to excel as a human being; and peace in the society encompassing diverse faith and traditions and cultures."
Traditions
Jainism, Hinduism, Christianity, Islam
Number of Members
12
Region
Location
Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India
Joined URI Network

Members of this Cooperation Circle (CC) achieve their purpose through:
1. Intra-peace and inter-peace education based on deepening one's traditional roots and intra/inter-faith dialogue and data surveying; members focus on interfacing science with religion to educate through scientific temper and practical human values.
2. Environment education through live projects, workshops, conferences and seminars to promote peace with Mother Earth; environment protection guidelines from science and all traditions and religions are respected and incorporated in this specific education plan to encourage youth and women in environment related projects and environment awareness programs; environment issues at varied levels are focused on.
3. Promoting holistic lifestyle, environment friendly and healthy living.
4. Newsletter and publications.

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Stories

PEACE CC Members Present Case Study on Peace Ambassador at FLAME University India

FLAME University, India recently organized a Case Study conference at its Pune Campus on July 10th and 11th. FLAME University offers International curriculum for various disciplines. As such the conference was first of its kind to be organized at Pune as per the University authorities. Also within India we rarely come across such case study conferences. This conference was organized in collaboration with ET cases, wing of Economic Times, a leading newspaper of Times of India publication. It was indeed an honor for members Jayanti Chavan and Suhas Chavan to present their case study on the Journey of a Peace Ambassador which got selected for presentation after rigorous scrutiny.

PEACE CC - Yoga enthusiast Bhumi Shah engages her Jain community audience through yoga workshop on June 21st, 2015 as part of UN Yoga day celebrations

Ever since UN announced June 21st, as the International Yoga day, several yoga enthusiasts around the world from different countries were gearing up and preparing to celebrate for the first time a special day dedicated to purify one's Body, mind and spirit. So in a way, this was the day to practice 'You become the change to see the change around you' echoed by Mahatma Gandhi. India being the seat of sages and saints who propounded and promoted yoga systems for ages for the welfare of whole world, took the lead and it is noticed that yoga is practiced daily by all those who are convinced of its holistic benefit for self and as part of social welfare. 

Jayanti - PEACE CC Members participate in World Inter-faith Harmony week during February first week at Colombo

Peace CC members Jayanti and Suhas joined several other CC members of different URIs and scholars from different parts of the world to celebrate World Inter-faith Harmony week at Colombo during first week of February 2015. As part of the occasion, sixth international conference on Holy books was organized by Dr. Alexander Mar Thoma Centre for Dialogue, Kottarakkara and Cosmic Community Centre, Karickam with local support of Sarvodaya santhi Sena CC, Colombo in which 125 delegates participated. 

A Noble Beginning in 2015 - PEACE CC extends helping hand to disabled students

It was indeed a noble beginning for PEACE CC this year, as it extended valuable help to handicapped students. The brain behind this was Maitri, the dynamic youth of our CC.

Last month, during our meeting, Maitri Tanna, an active youth member of PEACE CC (Multiregion) came up with an innovative idea of mass collection of old newspapers, old paper boxes and selling them to earn some money and use the money to help two handicapped students attending school. She wanted to begin the New Year with a noble cause. As the old papers goes for recycling in a way this also helps towards environment cause, she said.

Jayanti - PEACE CC member encourages school students to support ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan'

PEACE CC member and environment activist, Sirajuddin. M. Horaginamani encouraged and joined hands with school children to support ‘Clean India Mission’ (Swachh Bharath Abhiyan) at Holy Creseant Educational Society’s Alhuda School situated in KHB Colony of  Bijapur City, Karnataka on 25th November, 2014.