Line of Duty stars Vicky McClure and Daniel Mays have reunited again to try and raise money for a vital new programme being run by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation
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Home Secretary announces the continuation of funding to the Peace Foundation peer-to-peer service supporting victims of terrorism in the United Kingdom.
‘We’re Good to Go’ | Peace Centre opens for business and achieves covid-secure accreditations from the AA and Visit England The Peace Centre is reopening for community hires, business meetings, conferences, residentials, and hospitality catering; and has received two accreditations recognising the high level of bio security. As part of HM Governments step three roadmap,…Read more »
We’re taking this time to look into the lasting impact of our work so we can learn how best to preserve this unique achievement and legacy. The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation has been working for over twenty-five years to resolve conflict and build peace. This month we’ll be marking twenty-eight years since the…Read more »
Burnage Students Are Community Action Champions – A group of Year 9 students have begun their 6-week Community Action Champions course delivered virtually by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.
Le Centre de prévention de la radicalisation menant à la violence (CPRMV) est fier d’annoncer le lancement de la version québécoise du projet «Extreme Dialogue» initié par l’Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) et ce, avec l’appui de deux partenaires internationaux : Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation et la maison de production Duck Rabbit. Mieux…Read more »
Home Secretary announces funding to the Peace Foundation to form a partnership to improve the services which support victims of terrorism in the United Kingdom
Peace Foundation seeks a Health and Well Being caseworker