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Peace Mala Friendship Link This friendship poster shows the Peace Mala double rainbow logo and dove of peace with Celtic and African art on its wings. This was designed by Richard Bradbeer following the ideas given to him by the children of the Peace Mala Youth Team at Coedcae School, Llanelli, South Wales, U.K. This…

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The Western Mail – November 15, 2004 The Pope and the Dalai Lama have endorsed it – and now the revolutionary Peace Mala is about to take over the world. Devised by teacher Pam Evans and pioneered in her Welsh classroom, the rainbow-coloured bracelet is dedicated to combating prejudice and religious intolerance. Bullying has come…

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On Friday 5th November 2004, Calev Bender from the Israeli Embassy in London spent the morning talking to Coedcae pupils who are involved with the award winning Peace Mala project. Calev gave the students his views on the perspective of future peace for Israel and Palestine. He was joined by Clare Sain-ley Berry, Executive Officer…

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Sa-Dhak Lu-Nyen Chod Thab teaching & ceremony – August 21/22, 2004 Lama Khymisar Rinpoche leading the Sa-Dhak Lu-Nyen Chod Thab ceremony with members of Yungdrung Bon in the garden of the Peace Mala Centre. This sacred Tibetan practice is a ritualistic method for the harmonisation and rehabilitation of the Earth and its Lords (Serpent God…

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June 21, 2004 On June 21, 2004 the BBC Radio Wales programme Mixing It broadcast an interview with Pam Evans, Amy Rees and Paul Rousselle. Peace Mala was contacted by Radio Wales in view of growing incidents of Islamaphobia and racism, having heard of the good work being carried out by Peace Mala. They were…

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National Award for Promotion of Human Rights Peace Mala has been awarded 1st Prize in the Right On competition for the promotion of human rights in Welsh schools. The Right On competition was organised by CEWC Cymru and the Wales Public Law and Human Rights Association. CEWC, which stands for Council for Education in World…

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Saint David’s Cathedral in Pembrokeshire West Wales The Right Reverend Carl Cooper, Bishop of Saint David’s, is an enthusiastic supporter of the Peace Mala. In his endorsement of the Peace Mala, Bishop Carl wrote: “I had read about your initiative in the press and would like to congratulate you and the children on all that…

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Peace Mala receives £1,000 from Carmarthenshire Police Community Challenge Fund Carmarthenshire Police heard about the Peace Mala after the Youth Team had given a presentation to the governors of Coedcae School in Llanelli and, two days later, to members of the public at the Botanical Gardens of Wales. One lady had been so impressed with…

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article in The Western Mail – October 6, 2003 Pupils and teachers who started a multicultural peace movement have been praised twice in one week. A number of religious intolerances after September 11 was the inspiration for the Peace Mala bracelets, worn to demonstrate tolerance. Councillors and ChildLine Cymru praised the scheme which now attracts…

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