PeacePlayers International uses basketball to unite, educate and inspire young people to create a more peaceful world.

Based on the premise that children who play together can learn to live together, we implement consistent, year-round sports activities that bring together children from opposite sides of religious, ethnic and cultural divides to develop friendship and mutual respect.

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From Washington to Belfast: PPI-NI Intern, Keziah Richards

This week’s blog post is written by PPI-NI’s new intern, Keziah Richards. My name is Keziah Richards, and I’m excited to have joined PeacePlayers – NI as a short-term intern for the next few months. I came to PeacePlayers – NI through my Master’s program in International Development and Service at Concordia University in Portland, … Continue reading From Washington to Belfast: PPI-NI Intern, Keziah Richards

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The Waegger family, all the way from Norway, has moved to Cyprus in order to dedicate their time to helping PPI-CY blog.peaceplayersintl.org/2016/02/05/its…

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Awesome video of @peaceplayers helping @KCMOPal use basketball to bridge the divide between police & the community youtube.com/watch?v=W7dLrI… Retweeted by PeacePlayers

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