Hope Flowers School

The Hope Flowers School in Bethlehem teaches peace, democracy and community development.
Last updated: March 2012

Hope Flowers School adopts an educational philosophy dedicated to peace and democratic education.

The School teaches non-violence, citizenship, social and community skills to children aged 5-14. It works with trauma-recovery and special needs education in Bethlehem, Palestine.

Founded in 1984, now arguably a world leader in its field, Hope Flowers' accumulated experience helps de-escalate violence, polarisation and extremism.

The school promotes quality education, self-improvement, inter-communal and intercultural understanding.

Hope Flowers Center works with women, young people, families and professionals, empowering the disadvantaged and those impacted by conflict.

It helps people rebuild their lives, take initiatives, spread their wings and play a constructive role in improving their communities.

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