Peace Education Program
318 W. Kentucky Street
Louisville, KY 40203 
 
502-589-6583
 
 
 Check out the February and March trainings.  Register online.  Details below.  Thank you for helping us teach conflict resolution to over 4000 youth and adults.



 
Attention PeaceCasters
Next meeting Sunday, February 8th!
Central Presbyterian Church
1:30 - 4:30pm
 

One Day Conflict Resolution Training 
 February 10, 2015
8:30am - 3:00pm 
 318 W. Kentucky Street
Learn the basics of conflict resolution skill building with young people.  Training is designed for educators and youth workers who work with elementary, middle and high school age youth.  Explore the building blocks of conflict resolution: affirmation, cooperation and communication, through games, hands-on experience and role playing that can later be used with your young people. 
$75 per person or $100 for a two person team.
 
Cooperative Games Day - Part Two
March 10, 2015
 10:00am - 2:00pm
318 W. Kentucky Street
 
Learn different games such as Tin Can Pass, Queen Frog and Cyclops just to mention a few.  There are no losers with cooperative games! Fee is $55 per person or two for $100.  Fee includes written instructions for all the games, boxed lunch and fun, fun, fun! Participants will be provided a hands-on learning experience of the games.
KDE has approved for 4 EILA  hours.  
Preregistration is required.
 
 
 
 
Brenda Moorman
 
Brenda Moorman is a former counselor with JCPS who has worked with Peace Ed since her retirement. Brenda conducted classroom workshops in conflict resolution and peer mediation for 15 years at Indian Trail Elementary. She continues leading that work in other schools for Peace Ed. Brenda is expanding her role to include work with several places of worship in the Parkland neighborhood.
 
 
Durk Davidson has joined Brenda Moorman as a subcontractor with Peace Ed!

Durk has recently retired from JCPS as a Youth Service Center Coordinator at Olmsted Academy North where he ran a highly successful mediation program for 20 years. He will bring that expertise to help strengthen our mediation work with middle and high schools in Jefferson County. He will also continue our work with young men who are exposed to high levels of conflict. Welcome Durk!

We are honored to have these retired educators as our partners in teaching
youth and adults nonviolent conflict-resolution.
 
     
 
Peace Ed's Peer Mediation Video
 
The PeaceCasters debuted this video illustrating Peace Education's Peer Mediation process at this summer's Teen Leaders for Diversity Camps.  It was also screened and well received at the recent Training of Educators workshop.
Take a look!
 
 
 
Peace Education is honored to partner with the following collaboratives
committed to increasing the peace and decreasing the violence in our community:

Children Exposed to Violence Collective Impact Initiative

Face It

Street Peace: No More Red Dots

Zones of Hope
 
Programs Offered by Peace Ed
 
Peace Education Program offers a variety of programs from
Peer Mediation to Teen Leadership for Diversity to Rage-A-Saurus Rex.
 
To view a complete list of programs offered, click here.
 
Thank you to our donors.
You help to make this important work possible.
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Our Mission
The Peace Education Program strengthens
communities and schools by training youth and adults to build and sustain positive relationships.
We do this by providing learning experiences to reduce violence, enhance personal integrity and foster mutual respect.
We teach conflict resolution, peer mediation and prejudice reduction.