The Race to Peace stands on one simple premise -- that peace will be reached through small concrete steps taken by large numbers of committed people. If each person makes a commitment to taking action steps toward peace once a day, once a week, or even once a month, the race to peace can be won.

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People around the world are Racing to Peace. As Margaret Mead said, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." Ignite your own flame and begin your own project.

Ms. Drew is recognized around the world as an expert on conflict resolution and peacemaking. Read for her complete biography.

You are the key to peace. Finding your path - how you can best mobilize your energy - is the first step for you to create peace. The Race to Peace needs all of us, and it needs us now. How can you help?

Action Groups
Action Group Projects Ideas
Action Groups for Kids
Empowerment Partnerships
Race to Peace Outreach
Worldwide Networks

We have also compiled two outstanding reading lists to help guide you to additional resources on creating peace and understanding anger.

Parents do have the power to create peace in their homes. By mastering and modeling anger management skills, conflict resolution, and positive discipline strategies, parents can create more peaceful lives for themselves and their children.

Remember, you are the primary role model in your child’s life. They will learn what you show through example. Below are articles to help guide you in some key issues that surround building peace within your home.

The Power of Forgiveness
Stress and Trauma in ChildrenThe Power of Forgiveness
Surviving Female Adolescence
Six Steps for Resolving Conflicts
Managing Your Anger
Help Your Child Manage Anger
Dealing with Tantrums
Helping a Violent Child - A Case Study

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