Peace Channel organized a day programme at Trinity High School, Thahekhu Village Dimapur on the 6th May 2017. The purpose of the training was to capacitate the students to learn how to intervene in conflict situations in their own way in family, community and institutional conflicts when it happens.
On July 7 the Peace Foundation launched its most important project in 41 years with the goal to fund the expansion of its flagship Peer Mediation Programmes for primary, secondary and kura kaupapa Maori schools across New Zealand. In the last 22 years, the Peace Foundation has given peer mediation skills training to teachers and students from a total of 2000 schools. It currently provides resources to about 450 schools, and has in the last year given dedicated trainings in 80 schools.