Meeting with peace education programme students before an event at the township of Sebokeng about 50 miles from Johannesburg
This interview was later syndicated to 2 other radio stations on SABC reaching an estimated 11.5 million people
Live interview on SAFM with radio broadcaster Rowena Baird. SAFM is the oldest radio station in South Africa, formed in 1936
Listening to expressions about the effect of the peace education programme from facilitators in Soweto
Regina Mundi was where the Truth and Reconciliation Committee took place to begin the healing of South Africa, post–apartheid, chaired by Desmond Tutu
Regina Mundi was a place of refuge for the community against the apartheid regime in the 70’s and 80’s
Discussing expansion of the peace education programme in Soweto and the surrounding regions with Ernest Leketi of the Johannesburg City council
Listening to expressions from peace education facilitators and students before the main Soweto event
Receiving a certificate of appreciation from a local correctional facility for the impact of the peace education programme
Gifting “The Pot with the Hole” to the school children as part of the Kifubon book donation project in Japan
Attending a primary school in Fukushima prefecture to read my new illustrated book The Pot with the Hole to the children, many having been displaced by the earthquake and nuclear disaster
In conversation on the roof of the university, with Professor Honma with the city of Kyoto in the background
Viewing the exhibition of my “Unseen” art photography at The Kyoto University of Art and Design, Japan
Attendees are shown photographs of the history of the development of the conference centre after the event
Local indigenous people provide traditional dance to welcome visitors to the Conference centre event. The little boy stole the show!
Raising the peace flag over Ivory’s Rock Conference Centre with Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale, Queensland, Australia
Receiving the rare honour of being made a traditional Chief of the country by the King’s representative
Receiving the Passport to the City of Grand Bassam from its Mayor, Georges Ezaley, a city that was the former capital of Cote d’Ivoire
A picture with The State Governor, The King’s representative, the Mayor of Grand Bassam and other Cote d’Ivoire dignitaries
Planting an Olive tree for peace in the grounds of the Acropolis with the Deputy Mayor of Athens and other VIPs
The Former Governor of Her Majesty’s Prison Thameside John Biggins talks about the success of The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Peace Education Programme.
Panel discussion followed the showing of Inside Peace chaired by Lord McNally including the Chief Inspector of Prisons for the UK and a senior warden from South Africa.
Inside Peace Documentary shown at the British Film Institute, London in partnership with the Tutu Foundation UK.
The interview was shown on RTP’s prime time current affairs programme “A view on the World” and broadcast internationally on the RTP cable network to millions of people.
Speaking to Peace education participants before the main Soweto event at Orlando East Community Centre.
Interview on Umhlobo Wenene radio station, one of the largest in all of Southern Africa, mainly for Xhosa language speaking people.
Speaking to South African celebrity and DJ, JC and co-host Zizo Beda, with an estimated 11 million people listening.
Meet and Greet with prison officials at Zonderwater Medium security unit prior to speaking to inmates.
Shaking hands with Mr. Deon du Preez, an official supporting peace education at Zonderwater, before departing.
SABC TV presenter Zoe Brown opens the first African Splitting the Arrow book launch at the Vineyard Hotel, Cape Town
Book donation Certificate for 1,000 copies of “Splitting the Arrow” is given to the Deputy Commissioner of Personal Development for the South African Correctional Services, Dr. Coetzee.
In conversation in the green room at South African Broadcasting Corporation’s Morning Live show, Cape Town