We plant peace. We do so through childhood and adult education. We also protect and promote efforts that already exist. New saplings and tall trees are both important for creating an environment against prejudice and bigotry.
Peace is not new. It is the essence of what humans want. We all want to live in peace, both inside us and outside. What better way to achieve this then learn from the positive aspects of human actions, religion and history? Our program, called Protect, aims at safeguarding what we already have by finding it and telling everyone about it through creative ways.