Inside Peace - Live Stream
Highlights will stream on-line at 8pm British Summer Time on June 15th
Tutu Foundation UK and The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) are co-sponsoring a conference attended by senior officials from UK correctional institutions and crime prevention initiatives. Beginning at 8pm on the 15th of June British Summer Time, the stream will include the keynote address by TPRF's founder Prem Rawat and a panel discussion about TPRF's Peace Education Program (PEP) and Tutu Foundation's Ubuntu program. The conference will begin with a screening (not streamed) of Inside Peace, a film that documents the remarkable impact of PEP.
This Stream will allow thousands of people all over the world to be part of a small, intimate event. This collaboration between Tutu Foundation UK and TPRF expresses the hope of both foundations that this event will be a significant step toward positive transformation in institutions in the UK and throughout the world.
Members of the discussion panel:
Keynote Speaker, Founder, The Prem Rawat Foundation. Winner of numerous honors for his peace advocacy work, including the Brand Laureate Lifetime Achievement Award. Rawat has spoken to tens of millions of people about peace over the last 50 years at diverse venues across the world, from correctional facilities to the United Nations.
Lord Tom McNally, Panel Chairperson,
Chair, Youth Justice Board, reviews strategic direction and reports to the Secretary of State for Justice; Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords; spokesperson for Constitutional Affairs (2006 – 2010); Deputy Leader of the House of Lords (2010 – 2013).
HM Chief Inspector of Prisons and former Head of the Anti-Terrorist Branch at New Scotland Yard; appointed (2009) by the Prime Minister to be a member of the UK national Security Forum, created to advise Government implementation of the UK National Security Strategy.
Ubuntu Project Leader: coach and facilitator; co-founder of Youth Futures, whose restorative work involves police, council, community liaison to deal with youth drug offenses, robbery, carrying knives and violence, reaching over 300 young people in Southwark and Lambeth.
former head of the Maximum Security
Unit at Zonderwater Prison, Cullinan, South Africa, housing over 500 inmates serving life sentences; monitor of the Peace Education Program at Zonderwater since its inception in 2009.
Chief Executive of Thames Valley Probation (2001 – 2012), winner of Howard League Community Justice Awards. He held the Probation Chiefs Association portfolio for Equality and Diversity and for Restorative Justice.
Sir Alan Ward,
former judge of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales;
made a Queen’s Counsel (1984); appointed a High Court judge (1988). Born and raised in South Africa, he practiced as an Attorney of the Supreme Court, occasionally being instructed by Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo.
John Biggin, OBE, Cmgr, MBA;
Voted as 2010 Guardian Newspapers “Public Servant of the Year.” Former manager of three prison systems, including HMP Thameside.