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Muslim News Report – May 26, 2017 – by Nadine Osman The launch event was attended by a mixture of organisations, including some local mosque and church representatives, as well as Muslim converts, their families and wider Muslim community supporters. Introducing the speakers, WMCF Trustee, Owain Williams, called on members of faith and non-faith based…

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South Wales Evening Post – Saturday July 18, 2016 Respecting others is central to the Peace Mala project – as pupils at Cadle Primary well know. The youngsters at the school have been embracing the project, which promotes respect and understanding between faiths around the world, and after years of studying and engaging with its…

Read More Peace Mala win for pupils

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Telegraph & Argus – Thursday, January 28, 2016 – Alistair Shand A Keighley school has staged a superhero day to celebrate the life of a pupil who was murdered. Staff and youngsters at Worth Valley Primary took part in activities in memory of four-year-old Riley Turner who was killed three years ago. “We were proud…

Read More Worth Valley Primary School pupils remember murder victim Riley Turner, four

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article in the Keighley News by David Knights – October 1, 2015 The rainbow children of Worth Valley Primary School are pumped up about their new peace campaign. They launched seven balloons into the sky, each with a colour of the rainbow, to celebrate World Peace Day. Each balloon, which had an individual peace message,…

Read More Bracken Bank schoolchildren launch peace initiative with rainbow balloons

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On Monday 17th March 2014 the BBC Radio Wales programme Good Evening Wales broadcast an interview with Pam Evans. Peace Mala was contacted by Radio Wales in view of growing incidents of religious extremism especially within Islam, having heard of Pam Evans’s experiences with religious bullying among her pupils and the role Peace Mala engages…

Read More Pam Evans interview – BBC Radio Wales

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article in Manchester Evening News – March 2013 On Friday 1st March 2013 the Lord Mayor, Councillor Elaine Boyes and the Lady Mayoress Linda Geoghegan visited Alma Park Primary School, Levenshulme to congratulate the school on being the first in Manchester to achieve Peace Mala accreditation. Peace Mala is a non-political, non-religious charitable organisation that…

Read More Alma Park – first Manchester school to receive Peace Mala Accreditation