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Budo for Peace. Program overview. Table of Contents. Mission Vision Meaning of budo Educational program Budo values Participants Events & activities Club Models Twin dojos Ambassadors for peace Peace camp initiative Club locations Bfp influence Partners. Mission Statement.
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Budo for Peace Program overview Table of Contents Mission Vision Meaning of budo Educational program Budo values Participants Events & activities Club Models Twin dojos Ambassadors for peace Peace camp initiative Club locations Bfp influence Partners Mission Statement The Budo for Peace Association is an educational organization established as a Recognized Non-Profit organization by the State of Israel in 2004. Mission: To educate youth with the behavioral values of tolerance, mutual respect and harmonious living with their neighbors and environment through training in traditional martial arts and the Budo values. Vision To develop an international network of Ambassadors for Peace motivated by shared Budo values. Their activities will create ties of friendship and co-existence in Israel, the Middle East and the world. Budo is the Japanese word for martial arts. Its literal translation is: “The way to stop conflict.” The term ‘Budo’ includes all types of traditional Japanese martial arts: Karate, Judo, Aikido, etc. Meaning Educational Program Budo Values Students Ages: 9-12 and 13-16 Location: Throughout Israel’s social and geographic periphery Ethnic & Religious background: Jewish: secular & religious, native Israeli and new immigrant (Russian & Ethiopian) Arab: Christian, Bedouin, Muslim and Druze Events & Activities Budo for Peace organizes local, regional and national events annually. Each year, Budo for Peace hosts six educational seminars for its instructors and young leaders. Club Models BFP Club KiAi Club Full funding covers rent, uniforms, equipment, instructor salary, educational program, trips & seminars Minimal student fee 2 weekly training sessions Participation in all BFP activities & seminars Independent club that shares BFP values BFP Educational Program with visiting educator Participation in all BFP activities & seminars at minimal cost. Twin Dojos
  • Clubs are paired geographically with a neighboring community from a different ethnic background.
  • Samples of twinned clubs:
  • BueineNujidat (Muslim) and MitzpeNetofa (Orthodox Jewish)
  • JisrAzarka (Muslim) and Or Akiva (Jewish immigrants)
  • Ambassadors for Peace Young leaders Professional instructors Each summer, a group of BFP young leaders are chosen to attend a US Sports Camp. The Peace Camp Initiative strengthens and develops them toward becoming future Ambassadors for Peace. Peace Camp Initiative Club Locations attend a US Sports Camp. Evaluation of influence attend a US Sports Camp. Questionnaire2008-2009 Evaluation of influence attend a US Sports Camp. Questionnaire2008-2009 Partners 2011 attend a US Sports Camp. Sugat Ltd. One to One Israel Rothschild Caesarea Fund Bank HaPoalim Azrieli Fund Ben & Jerry’s Peace Camp Initiative Local Israeli Authorities & Municipalities
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