More news from the girls home in Nepal

Works continue on the girl’s home in Nepal and more progress has been made over the past couple of months. It’s wonderful to see the building taking shape and to witness the community coming together to create this important space for young Nepali women.


Girls Home Update

Bhola has sent us another update on the building of the Girls’ Home. More incredible progress has been made and we are so grateful to all those who have contributed towards this project!

Namaskar from CPH Dang! We are axpecting that the Ground floor will be finished in 15 days time then painting and wiring and other work will be started acording to the budget…. Other hand, first floor also will start at the same time. let’s see how much we can afford…….
All the best.

Another building update from Nepal

The buildings are really starting to take shape now – amazing progress has been made on the Girls Home. Thanks again to Bholanagth Yogi for sharing these images with us. 

Thanks from Nepal

We received some lovely messages from Nepal this past week and had to share them with you all!

Bholanagth Yogi has sent his gratitude and thanks to all the wonderful supporters who are contributing to the building of the new Girls Home in Nepal and has shared these heartfelt messages of thanks from some of the girls this home is being built for.

If you would like to contribute or donate, please contact Joan in the first instance.


An update on building works in Nepal

Thanks to the generous contributions from our community there have been some great advancements in the building works for the new Girls Home in Nepal. Our thanks to Bholanagth Yogi for sharing some images with us.

What peace means to children

Today is International Day of Peace so what better time to reflect on what peace means to our future generations…

Being kissed goodnight

At least one hug a day

Getting Dorothy back

The angel in my heart

A warm bed to dream in

Using your voice for good

Sending all soldiers home to their families

Knowing anything is possible

Happiness for all, peace on earth and pizza for all people

Get more insights into what peace means to children here:

2016 Reconciliation Peace Walk

101_0008 101_0014 101_0018 101_0024 101_0029 101_0034 101_0037 2016-06-01 11.50.33GCP and the City of Port Adelaide Enfield held their 2016 Reconciliation Peace Walk yesterday in celebration of Reconciliation Week.

It was a privilege to have Margaret and Bonny Brodie lead the Peace Walk across the Jervois Bridge to Laterlare Park where Margaret gave a welcome to country and shared her story.  More than 1500 people attended this beautiful walk for peace from a range of schools and communities led by Alberton Primary School and Thebarton Senior College and Imam Tawhidi and friends from the SA Muslim Community.

Thank you so much to all who were involved in this amazing event.

Peace is Personal Exhibition Launch

DSC_6331GCP proudly opened our inaugural Peace is Personal art exhibition launch at the Black Diamond Gallery in Port Adelaide on Sorry Day in Reconciliation Week last week. The exhibition is filled with wonderful paintings, sculptures, prints and photographs from artists of all ages; each one of them a fitting and personal response to peace.

We’d like to extend a huge thank you to the City of Port Adelaide Enfield for all their support, and the No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability and the Kurraru dancers for an absolutely beautiful performance.

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Peace is Personal Exhibiton

The inaugural Peace is Personal exhibition will be opening next Thursday May 26th, at 11am at Black Diamond Gallery. Please join us, we’d love to see you there!


Peace is Personal

These senior students at Gilles Plains Primary School are sharing their initial ideas about what peace is personal means to them. They drew a representation of the visual that came to mind when they thought about the concept of personal peace. A collation of their ideas will combine to produce 2 original artworks for the Peace is Personal exhibition.

The Exhibition is proudly supported by Global Communities for Peace and the Port Adelaide Enfield Council, and the inaugural Peace is Personal Art Exhibition will be launched on Sorry Day as part of Reconciliation Week 2016.

WHERE: Port Adelaide Visitor’s Information Centre
WHEN: 11am-4pm daily from May 26th til June 8th 2016.

If you’re an artist and would like be part of this exhibition please download the Exhibition Conditions and the Exhibition registration form, please complete your details and return as per the instructions on the form.