Creators of Peace Canada is part of Creators of Peace International, a program of Initiatives of Change. Launched in 1991, Creators of Peace now operates globally through conferences, community building activities, workshops, and personal encounters.

  • In over 30 countries worldwide, Creators of Peace teams or supporters use the ‘Creators of Peace Circle’.
  • Creators of Peace Circles empower women to be radical peace-builders, starting in their own lives and communities. They believe that peace starts with each individual, who can be a powerful agent for positive change in society by building peace in herself, her family and her community.

Creators of PeaceSmall community gatherings of women, representing the diversity of a local area, meet regularly to work through material designed to deepen their friendship and understanding of their peace creating capabilities. Together they work through specially designed material, developing understanding of the nature of peace and the role of each person in destroying or creating it.  The focus is on applying this learning to trust and friendship-building within the group, as well as exploring areas of common concern in the local community.

Contact Canadian Creators of Peace Circles Coordinator.

 

 

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Monday, 06 April, 2015
Creators of Peace Circle participants in Surrey, BC, Canada

Creators of Peace Canada is part of Creators of Peace International, a program of Initiatives of Change. Launched in 1991, Creators of Peace now operates globally through conferences, community building activities, workshops, and personal encounters.

Tuesday, 18 November, 2014

I was honoured on November 11, 2014 to be invited to provide the key address at Project Ploughshares annual “Alternative Remembrance Day Service.” Approximately 25 people bundled up warmly to withstand the -15C crisp Calgary afternoon at the Calgary Peace Pole. Following is a short excerpt from my talk.

Tuesday, 21 October, 2014

Calgary, Oct. 3, 2014 - “The presentation Rajmohan made was awesome,” commented Alana LaBelle, a participant in the ‘Creating connections: Inner Peace and Action’ conference organized by IofC’s Calgary team. “ I feel honoured to meet and be in the same conference with him.”