Hi everyone,

I recently participated in a fellowship for media professionals interested in promoting peace in the world and in their industry. I travelled to Thailand and underwent an intensive meditation and personal professional development program for a week, organised by an group called Peace Revolution.

Peace Revolution have spaces for their Youth Fellowship Program in June 2011 in Thailand, and I would like to invite you or any young people you know to apply.

The course is aimed at young people (aged 18-30) who are optimistic, open-minded, show leadership potential, and have a genuine interest in peace. Although there is no specific media focus, I think anyone will benefit in terms of the new outlook and perspective that the
experience can give you.

Click here for info: http://www.peacerevolution2010.org/docs/en/peace-revolution-fellows...

Emma

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