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Welcome2018-09-17T13:46:30+00:00

WHO WE ARE

Friends Peace Teams is a Spirit-led organization working to develop long-term relationships with communities in conflict around the world to create programs for peace building, healing and reconciliation.
ABOUT US

WHO WE ARE

Friends Peace Teams is a Spirit-led organization working to develop long-term relationships with communities in conflict around the world to create programs for peace building, healing and reconciliation.
ABOUT US

Our programs build on extensive Quaker experience combining practical and spiritual aspects of grassroots peace work.

WHERE WE WORK

We strengthen, support, and promote peace activities with partners across three Initiatives

Who We Work With

  • People Incarcerated in Prisons and Juvenile Detention Centers

  • Police, Law Enforcement and Prison Guards

  • Indigenous Communities

  • Survivors of War and Violence

  • Teachers, School Counselors and Students

  • Refugees from War or Natural Disaster

  • Trafficked Women and Children

Who We Work With

  • People Incarcerated in Prisons and Juvenile Detention Centers

  • Police, Law Enforcement and Prison Guards

  • Indigenous Communities

  • Survivors of War and Violence

  • Teachers, School Counselors and Students

  • Refugees from War or Natural Disaster

  • Trafficked Women and Children

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Opportunities are available for people from any life stage, economic status or culture to develop their gifts and follow their calling to peace work.
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“People from Friends Peace Teams came, not to talk about a program or based on the decisions of someone else, they came to visit. In our language we say ‘silaturahmi.’ Like we’re family. You visit family to see how they are, to strengthen connections and create unity. If family has trouble, we talk about how to face it together. That’s the purpose of Friends Peace Teams, to connect people from around the world who pay attention to making peace in the world.”
G. Mislan, Founder of the New Sprouts Preschool and community leader of Barak Induk, a refugee community displaced into North Sumatra