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Home Office Funding

We’ve just found out we’ve been awarded funding from the Home Office’s Anti-knife crime Community Fund. We’ll be partnering up with Ray Douglas from Anti Youth Violence to create a special project called +Peace – Violence. We’ll be approaching Birmingham secondary and primary schools soon to talk through ideas and ways of working....

Bus Campaign 2017

Children and staff from 9 schools came together for a series of workshops held at the Peace Hub during 2017.  They explored their understanding of peace and how they could make a difference in their schools and communities.  Four children from each school were involved and they became our 2017 Junior Peacemakers. The workshops culminated...

Children’s Peace Summit 2017

We held a Children’s Peace Summit on 21st September 2017 to mark the 30th anniversary of Peacemakers and International Peace Day. Children from 8 primary schools in the West Midlands came together to explore Inner Peace, Peace on the Streets, Peace at School and Peace in the World. Scroll to the bottom of this...

Peer Mediation Award

Lighting the Fire – Peer Mediation Award 2017 All Saints CE Primary School in Nuneaton has won the 2017 Peer Mediation Award!  Lighting the Fire, the UK’s national youth conflict awards celebrates the people and projects supporting young people with conflict in their lives across the UK.   Raddlebarn Primary School in Birmingham was also...

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