The PeaceJam organization was launched in the U.S. in 1996 and the first PeaceJam Youth Conference in the U.K was held 10 years later in Bradford.
In 2015 for the first time the conference has moved to the University of Winchester which enabled the Rotary Club of Jersey to organize a group of students from Jersey to participate in this unique event. The PeaceJam programme involves active leadership and teaching by Nobel Peace Laureates and this year
more 240 young people join Nobel Peace Laureate Rigoberta Mench Tum to learn about how they can effect Change for the Good in their lives.
more BBC Radio Jersey's Cathy Le Feuvre talks to Esme and Rebecca to find out what they gained from attending the PeaceJam UK 2016 conference at Winchester
more A meeting of supporters to identify areas of common interest where working together would reap benefits.
more The Chief Minister chairs a debate between students from all 9 island secondary schools.
more The Beaulieu Action Group (T-Bag) join with PeaceJam Winchester to showcase PeaceJam at Jersey Live
more The Declaration of Jersey as a Rotary Peace Community took place on Friday 8th May 2015 at a ceremony held at The Town Hall, St Helier.
more The Rotary Book of Peace was presented to the Chief Minister of Jersey on Friday 8th May 2015
more A dinner giving members of the island's community an opportunity to hear The Chief Minister Senator Ian Gorst, Revd. Jongi Zihle and students who participated in the Student Peace Debate, giving their views on Peace and the Rotary Peace Island Programme.
more A reference point for back issues of our Newsletters
more A service at St Helier Methodist Centre to celebrate UN World Peace Day. Led by Revd. Tony Morling assisted by Revd. Dr. Jongikaya Zihle.
more With guest speaker Revd. Dr. Jongikaya Zihle.
more Our principal speaker at the 2014 Peace Dinner.
more "Imagine .............. peace the world over"
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