Peace Education Program
318 W. Kentucky Street
Louisville, KY 40203 
 Check out the November, December and January trainings.  Register online.  Details below.  Thank you sponsors and players for making our 2014 Play Fore Peace Golf Scramble a success!  

Attention PeaceCasters
Next meeting Sunday, October 19th!

One Day Conflict Resolution Training 
 November 11, 2014
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.
One and Half Day NCBI Prejudice Reduction Workshop
December 9 and 10, 2014
8:30am - 4:00pm on Tuesday; 9:00am - 12noon on Wednesday
318 W. Kentucky Street
Workshop is part of an award winning international training process designed by the National Coalition Building Institute (  It is designed to build on what people have in common while also honoring their positive cultural differences.  Peace Ed has used this model as part of the various ways we teach conflict resolution for 27 years.  Fee is $75 per person or $100 for a team of two.  (Lunch provided on Tuesday)

2015 Community Institute

January 27, 28 & 29, 2015
8:30am - 3:00pm
318 W. Kentucky Street
The fee for the 3-day workshop is:
$250 per person or $225 per person for a team of two or more. 
This is our annual hands on three-day conflict resolution training.  It is great opportunity to explore and develop the essential tools of nonviolent conflict resolution for
working with today's youth. 
Registration deadline is January 15th.
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!
Face It!
Peace Education is a partner in the Face It! campaign.  The Face It® Movement is
a 10 year initiative with the vision that all children in Jefferson County will
be free from abuse and neglect by 2023. Led by Kosair Charities, the Face It®
Movement began in 2012 in response to the public outcry against the increasing
number of child abuse deaths in the Commonwealth. It was launched in April 2013
and includes best practices in child abuse prevention, community engagement and
promoting effective policies to improve the child welfare system.
Peace Ed's Annual Play Fore Peace Golf Scramble
was held Friday, July 11th.
Thank you teams and players for making it a success and to the
following sponsors for their support:
Universal  Woods, iServe Advisors, Metals USA,Dinsmore & Shohl
Paul Neumann & Arloa Eckels, Active Marketing Products Co.,
Brown-Forman, Kroger, Mulligan Hill Clements & Co.,
PNC Bank, USI Insurance
Vimarc and Robert Tillman
A special thanks to the following for donations:
Cafe Lou Lou, Cheddards Casual Cafe, Toast On Market, The Irish Rover,
Meridian Cafe, Havana Rumba, Mojitos, 4 Seasons, Brown-Forman,
Metro Parks, French Lick Resort
and especially, Active Marketing Products Co.
Proceeds from the scramble helps to support the
conflict resolution work we do in schools and neighborhood sites.
Thank You!!
Thank you to all our sponsors for helping to make our
30th anniversary a spectacular event. Join us in thanking:
UPS, Lee Thomas, Paul Neumann and Arola Eckels,
Cheryl Ungerleider and John Russ, Barbara West and Vertner Smith,
Eileen Blanton and Rick Nelson,  Charlie and Mary Mattingly,
Steve and Virginia Mattingly,  Judy Schroeder and Gary Watrous, 100 Black Men,
Kevin Shurn (Superior Maintenance) , Friends Meeting, UofL LGBT Services,
Creative Studios (SteVon Edwards), Cultivating Connections,
LSURJ (Louisville Showing Up for Racial Justice), Stock Yards Bank,
The Ethel H. O'Brien Field of Interest Fund, Power Staffing,
Judge Erica Lee Williams
Thank you to our adult and youth peacemakers for attending and
sharing your stories.
And thank you to our Board of Directors and supporters for attending and helping us celebrate this huge milestone.
Here's to another 30!
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.

Peace Education Program Shares
2013 Louisville Peacemaker of the Year Award!! 
On August 29th, Peace Ed was honored to receive the 2013 Louisville Peacemaker of the Year Award given by Interfaith Paths to Peace.  This year's award was shared by Peace Ed and SPAVA (the Society for the Prevention of Aggressiveness and Violence Among Adolescents).
The director, Eileen Blanton accepted the award in the presence of Ramzi Sabree (staff), board members, SteVon Edwards, Ray Hart, Paul Neumann and Cheryl Ungerleider as well as long-time supporters Mae Klaphaak and Lee Thomas.
Thank you Interfaith Paths to Peace for this award.  Peace Ed is honored to be one of the two recipients!

Ramzi Sabree, Peace Ed Trainer 
Ramzi inspires young men with the hope that violence is not inevitable, instead it is preventable. He listens to their stories, creates  role plays of real life conflicts and practices new skills in self control, team work, respectful negotiation and problem solving.
View our September interview with Ramzi by clicking on his photo.
PeaceCasters is a multicultural leadership group of youth, ages 12 - 16, who use their skills in peacemaking, communication and teamwork to develop short form videos that reflect Peace Education's teachings and values around conflict resolution, respect for diversity and prejudice reduction.
Click here to learn more about this multi-cultural city wide teen group.
Thank you to our donors.
You help to make this important work possible.
To read about what your tax deductible donations are making achievable click here.
To make a tax deductible donation,  please click on the green donate button! 


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.