“A Peace Club” is made of peace lovers and peacemakers who envision sustainable world peace through meditation and mindfulness practices. A Peace Club is a non-political and non-religious organization. It is also a community-based group of at least 10 active members, with no age limit. Peace Clubs in Africa create changemakers that promote sustainable solutions by combining inner peace with community projects to establish better and sustainable African societies. Peace club members meet on a regular basis to reflect and take action for positive social impact.
Peace Clubs | Impact
As groups of like-minded people aiming for social change and sustainable development, Peace Clubs organize various activities including community projects for youth and women empowerment, leadership and motivational workshops, social support for vulnerable people, sensitization campaigns in schools and universities about peace, sustainable development and environment protection. Through their activities, Peace Clubs INITIATE - IMPACT - INSPIRE and CONTRIBUTE to social positive changes using meditation and mindfulness practice.
In 2022, Peace Clubs’ activities reached 39,811 people all over Africa.
Peace Clubs | Presence in Africa
Currently, there are in total 40 Peace Clubs in Africa. They range from West & Central Africa to Eastern and Southern Africa in 40 cities and 19 different countries. Check the list below to find out if there is already a Peace Club in your city or country.
Eastern & Southern Africa
- Addis Ababa Peace Club of Ethiopia
Middle East & North Africa
- Medenine Peace Club Of Tunisia
- Bethlehem Peace Club Of Palestinian Territory
- Juba Peace Club Of South Sudan, Republic of
South Sudan, Republic of
Central America & the Caribbean
- Guatemala City Peace Club of Guatemala
- Tegucigalpa Peace Club Of Honduras
Central & Western Africa
- Monrovia Peace Club Of Liberia
- Bisaau Peace Club Of Guinea-Bissau
- Bujumbura Peace Club Of Burundi
- Ouagadougou Peace Club Of Burkina Faso
- Mbour Peace Club Of Senegal
- Phnom Penh Peace Club of Cambodia
- Bogota Peace Club of Colombia
- Alabama Peace Club Of United States
Peace Clubs | Activities
Below are the Peace Clubs around the world
Peace Clubs | Members Privileges
Joining or establishing a peace club offers the chance to learn by doing, to build leadership and some professional life skills through project management, peace building and community projects. Besides, peace club leaders and the members are entitled to many advantages, including :
The Empowerment Bootcamp (EBC)
WPI will organize EBC with the CC of each club that has 10 active members who finish 21 days of the 42-day online self-development program at the time of the interview. Every year, 1-2 active members who attend the EBC are eligible to receive the scholarship for Peace Club Architect Training (PCAT) in Thailand after performing active role and responsibility for at least 6 months, finishing 42-day online self-development program, and being able to perform the Peace Architect Task (or Mindfulness and Meditation Trainer) for at least one year after the training to develop the club further.
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Download the 2023 Peace Club Guideline to know more about WPI PEACE CLUBS, how to join one of them, or how to establish a peace club in your city/country.
Frequently Asked Questions
1How could someone create a peace club?
A new Peace Club has to submit the application form in the www.wpifoundation.org to be considered as an official club by WPI and needs to attend a meeting with a regional coordinator (RC) to understand the objectives and obligations to develop the club.
2How to choose my Peace Club’s name?
A Peace Cub name has to follow the same pattern which is “City name” Peace Club of “Country” and this full name will be shown in the certificate while the shorter name can be used in normal practice. For example, Nyamata Peace Club of Rwanda. This is to make our Peace Clubs more well-known on the international level.
3How do I know if there is a peace club in my cities or countries?
You can check the current Peace Clubs in the list above, then contact us if you would like to join one of them or create a new peace club in a missing city or country. For the West and Central Africa, contact Armand KODJO at email@example.com and for the East and South Africa, contact Emmanuel DUSHIMIMANA at firstname.lastname@example.org
4Anyone can join a Peace Club?
Yes, anyone could join a peace club if you are aligned with WPI peace club guidelines and ready to work together with other like-minded people for positive change in Africa.
5Is this a religious group?
No, Peace Clubs are non-political and non-religious organizations. They are groups of people passionate with inner peace and sustainable development.
6How to follow you?
We have online platforms, where Peace Clubs could join and interact with other Peace Club members. They also share their activities and events to showcase the great impact they are having in Africa. Feel free to join the Africa Peace Club Group here.
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