The PeaceJam UK programme consists of three components: Education, Inspiration and Action.

The Education aspect is delivered through our comprehensive learning materials. The Inspiration is provided by the Laureates themselves through our materials and when they meet young people at the Youth Conferences. The third key aspect of the programme, Action, consists of a community project devised and carried out by young people to provide a peaceful solution to a global or local problem, as part of the One Billion Acts of Peace campaign.

To date we have run eleven high-energy, interactive youth conferences, each with a different Nobel Laureate, with around 250 young people between 13-18, plus university mentors and volunteers, and teachers and youth leaders. 

We also run one-day events, known as PeaceJam Slams, to introduce young people to PeaceJam. These can be run in a school or a community space.


The work of PeaceJam UK would not be possible without our dedicated partners. These organisations share our aims and values and enable us to spread the PeaceJam message throughout the UK. If you are interested in developing a partnership with us, please get in touch.

Burns Price Foundation

The Burns Price foundation funds a number of free places at our Youth Conferences for young people from low-income backgrounds. We will send you a form to fill in when you register for the event. They also offer funding for young people-individual and groups-to undertake projects that have a community-enhancing purpose.


Local Rotary groups have been huge supporters of PeaceJam youth conferences in Bradford, Winchester and Leeds. Rotarians have provided amazing in-kind support, for example in handling logistical aspects of the events. Local Rotary group can be approached by schools and youth groups to provide funding to cover the costs of participating in a PeaceJam event.

European Union

Support from the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, has enabled PeaceJam UK to strengthen our youth leadership conferences at the University of Winchester, and expand the level of programming, by providing more schools and youth groups with the “Compassion in Action” curriculum and training. Currently seventy-two schools and youth groups engage with PeaceJam in the UK and aims to reach a further fifty by 2020. Please contact us if you are interested in implementing the PeaceJam programme in your school or youth group.

Building A Stronger Britain Together

PeaceJam UK has received support for its work from this Home Office programme which supports civil society and community organisations that work to create more resilient communities, stand up to extremism in all its forms and offer vulnerable individuals a positive alternative, regardless of race, faith, sexuality, age and gender. Please contact us if you are a school in the Leeds-Bradford area and in the Hampshire and wider region and are interested in PeaceJam.

University of Winchester

The University of Winchester, and particularly its Centre for Religion, Reconciliation and Peace, have hosted Youth Conferences since 2015; with Nobel Peace Prize winners: Jody Williams of the USA, Rigoberta Menchú Tum of Guatemala, Leymah Gbowee of Liberia, Tawakkol Karman of Yemen and Betty Williams of Northern Ireland.

Leeds Trinity University

Leeds Trinity University generously hosted PeaceJam's first ever Youth Conference in Leeds, on 25-26 November with Mairead Corrigan Maguire. It was a great success, with over 200 delegates, all of whom loved the safe, friendly LTU campus.

University of Bradford

The University of Bradford, and particularly its Department of Peace Studies, stepped forward in 2005 to become the first UK higher education of host of PeaceJam. It hosted Youth Conferences from 2006 to 2014 and continues to be closely involved in PeaceJam.

British Pugwash

British Pugwash, the organisation founded by Laureate Sir Joseph Rotblat, brought PeaceJam to the UK and continues to provide invaluable background support to the organisation.


PeaceJam is an international organisation and our headquarters are the PeaceJam Foundation, a registered charity, based in Denver, Colorado, USA.

PeaceJam is an international organisation and our headquarters are the PeaceJam Foundation, a registered charity, based in Denver, Colorado, USA.

The Board of the PeaceJam Foundation is composed of all the participating Nobel Peace laureates and their representatives. They set the overall direction, policy, and governance of the organisation. Co-founders Dawn Engle and Ivan Suvanjieff form the senior staff of the PeaceJam Foundation along with Kate Cumbo, the Director of Programmes.

PeaceJam has scores of regional affiliates and chapters in the USA and around the world.

PeaceJam UK is the British affiliate.

Company Name: PJ UK Programme Ltd (known as PeaceJam UK)
Company registration number: 07586110

Registered Office and operational address
8 Bromley Road,
West Yorkshire BD16 4BU

Company Directors
Caroline Millman 
Fiona Macaulay 
Sally Milne

The PeaceJam UK Team

Caroline Millman

Company Director and Chair

An experienced senior manager in project management, training and development, and secondary education, Caroline previously held teaching posts in both secondary and further education. The former District Governor of Rotary District 1110 (South Central England), she is also the leader of PeaceJam Winchester.

Fiona Macaulay

Company Director and Secretary

Fiona is Senior Lecturer at the Division of Peace Studies and International Development, University of Bradford, where she ran PeaceJam from 2006 to 2014. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Sally Milne

Company Director and Treasurer

Sally was PA/Researcher to Sir Joseph Rotblat, from 2000-2005. She has been a member of the British Pugwash Executive for PeaceJam since 2008 and represents Sir Joseph on the PeaceJam Laureate Governing Board.

Graham Golding

Education Director

Graham is responsible for developing and mapping our educational resources in line with statutory requirements and delivering teacher and youth leader training. He was previously Religious Studies teacher at Graham Secondary School, Scarborough, from 2005-14, where he introduced the PeaceJam programme.

Rehana Minhas

Leader of PeaceJam Leeds

Rehana was responsible for establishing the Stephen Lawrence Education Standard in Leeds and nationally. She was Director of Education (Equality and Entitlement) at Leeds City Council 2000-11, She was also a Haringey Local Authority Inspector for Schools and OFSTED trained Inspector of schools. She is a Member of the Court, at the University of Leeds.

Alison Sutherland

Leader of PeaceJam Wales

Alison is Chair of the Rotary Action Group for Peace and President of Cardiff Bay Rotary, District Rotaract Officer and District Peace Officer. She has been using the PeaceJam programme very successfully with asylum-seekers in Cardiff and with ex-services offenders in Parc prison.

Sara Belhay

Project Officer

Sara joined in 2014 as a regular youth mentor, trainer and emcee for PeaceJam UK and abroad. She has recently completed a LLM in International Human Rights Law and Practice, where she used PeaceJam UK as the focus of her research. She is now the Project Officer for PeaceJam UK and provides logistics support for other PeaceJam affiliates.

Luke Addison

Mentor and Trainer

Luke is a Lead Mentor and Mentor Trainer, and PeaceJam Youth Conference emcee. He was chair of Rotaract in Great Britain and Ireland 2016/2017. He was honoured by JCI in their Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World Programme.