From Our Member Schools

Update from Nadeem Ghazi, our Regional Coordinator in Karachi, Pakistan
Nadeem Ghazi has been working tirelessly in Lyari, an area of Karachi, Pakistan. Over the past 10+ years, Nadeem has connected with over 200 local schools, introducing peace and conflict resolution education to thousands of children. Please read the article below for a glimpse of the challenges he faces.
Promoting peace through education in Pakistan — Peace Insight
Nadeem’s Reports

PEWO peace education reportpdf

Peaceful Schools International Pakistan member schools

YPW 2023 Pakistan updatednadeem(1)


The Allbrook School, Basking Ridge, NJ

Thank you to Pauline MacNeill, Head of The  Albrook School in Basking Ridge, NJ for this inspiring summary describing how ” Every Montessori classroom has peace at the very heart of its curriculum.”

The Albrook School – Peace and Service Update

Holy Cross Boys’ Primary School, Belfast

YOUNG PLATO charts the dream of Elvis-loving school headmaster Kevin McArevey – a maverick who is determined to change the fortunes of an inner-city community plagued by urban decay, sectarian aggression, poverty and drugs. The all-boys primary school in post-conflict Belfast, Northern Ireland, becomes a hot house for thinking and questioning, as the headmaster encourages the children to see beyond the boundaries and limitations of their community, and sends his young wards home each day armed with the wisdom of the ancient Greek philosophers. The boys challenge their school-friends, parents and neighbors to find alternatives to violence and prejudice, and to challenge the mythologies of war. YOUNG PLATO is full of humour and shines a positive light on contemporary Northern Ireland, offering a model for building a culture of peace in these troubling times