On the occasion of the end of year celebrations, the Education 4 Peace Foundation is pleased to announce the digital release of our two books: “Master of your Emotions” as well as its customized version by 3 National Federations and sponsored by Zinedine Zidane: “Football a path to self-awareness”.
We are pleased to share with you the first part of a new documentary named School of Mindfulness in English and German.
Following the partnership with FC Servette, the Education 4 Peace team implements a training and a coaching program on the field toward the coaching team to use the Relational Compass.
We are pleased to announce the implementation of the “Attitude” module in the “Brevet C”
Ahead of the Danone National Cup, we visited the young Belgian team to host a training session on attitude
Preparation of the Belgian team before the World Final of the Danone Nation Cup with Education 4 Peace.
We are very excited for Mark Milton, founder of Education 4 Peace, to be part of the panel facilitated by H. H. the Dalai-Lama on compassion and self-awareness in education.
We are delighted to announce a new partnership between ourselves and Servette FC!
The Association Fribourgeoise de Football (Switzerland) is introducing with E4P, attitude as a new skill in football thru their project “l’Attitude on en parle :)” with awareness trainings to more than 600 trainers, organisers, referees and club managers. The latest trainings were held on Sept. 24th to 50 football coaches.
On September 2nd 2016, Mark Milton founder of E4P will intervene with Boris Cyrulnik within the event of “Le livre sur les quais” in Morges, Switzerland with a conference on the theme “Need of heroes? Sport and self-knowledge”.
The foundation associated itself with SAM Football Club to accompany them in the realization of a great event, rich in sporting and human encounters: International Merignac football Tournament.
On Monday 25th April 2016, the FFF held a symposium at its headquarters on how to optimise mental performance. The seminar assembled numerous sports personalities and health professionals, such as psychoanalyst Boris Cyrulnik, former team manager and National Technical Director, Gérard Houllier, as well as former international footballer Mickaël Landreau.
On the initiative of the minister for sport of the Federation Wallonia-Brussels (French-speaking Community of Belgium), the parent sportsmanship project was created to encourage positive behaviour on the side-line.