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Peace By Peace

Peace by PEACE delivers an eleven week conflict resolution curriculum to Grade 5 students across Toronto. Through interactive activities, along with group discussions, four to five members volunteer their time in one particular classroom with daily problems to give them essential skills to create a more peaceful world.

If you are interested in finding out more about the program, feel free to call or email us, or drop by during office hours!

Our office is located in room 531 of the Sussex Club House (5th floor, corner of Sussex and Huron).

We are always available via email to talk. You can contact campusdirector.uoft@peacebypeace.ca

“The most amazing and rewarding thing happens during those 12 weeks…while you’re teaching you experience their growth and change in attitude…It's an indescribable feeling, to see that change and knowing that you, in some way, made a difference in a child's life makes everything worth it.”
- Testimonial by P.J. Sayo (Public Relation/Festival Co-director 04-06 and volunteer since 03)

Philosophies

Recognizing Conflict
Volunteers identify conflict and illustrate how conflicts can become progressively more serious. The curriculum teaches a variety of non-violent techniques that enable students to prevent conflicts from becoming violent matters. Example: “conflict escalator” which demonstrates that conflict continues to ascend unless they are able to stop it.

Communication
Students are able to practice the art of communication through various activities. Communication is a key elements when de-escalating conflicts and withstanding tough times. Example: “I statement” which students use to express their feelings to overcome difficult situations.

Respecting Cultural Difference
Volunteers engage a series of activities with students where they can learn to respect similarities and differences among each other. This enables students to realize that each individual is unique while still part of a group. Example: group interactions about name meanings, culture and stereotyping.

Win-Win Solutions
Peace Games offer win-win outcomes because all participants are winners. These games offer students the ability to play games which do not single anyone out and where there is no loss. Popular games include: “Swamp Boards”, “Shake your Buns” and “Pass the Pulse”.

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Madeline Diab
Secondary Contact
Amna Nadeem
Group Email Address
Contact Us
Website
Official Group Website
Mailing Address
21 Sussex Avenue, Room 531 Toronto, Ontario
Toronto
M5S 1J6

Group Profile

Organization Type
Recognized Student Group
Campus Association
St. George
Areas of Interest
Community Service
Leadership
Social
Renewal Date
September 30, 2020
Social
Facebook

Group Leaders

Fahad Ehsan
Volunteers Director
Joanna Priori
Curriculum Director
Melissa De Angelis
Festival Director
Elise Sulej
Executive Assistant
Yolanda Yu
Festival Director
Danielle Wright
Schools Director
Mohammed Shaheen
Finance Director
Ishita Nagar
Peace Ball Director
Hyolin Lee
Schools Director
Shankeri Vijayakumar
Professional Development Director
Elizabeth Frangos
Fundraising Director
Meghan Kumar
Volunteers Director
Armon Shahnavazy
Peace Ball Director
Madeline Diab
Campus Director
Amna Nadeem
Campus Director