Formerly known as Dance 4 Peace, we are now Move This World. Join us in transforming conflict through creative movement.
Move This World uses creative movement to address and transform conflict, violence, and bullying in communities worldwide. Our holistic approach engages students, families, educators, administrators, and communities with an innovative, award winning, evidence-based curriculum. We work with partners across 4 continents to measurably improve social and emotional skills through movement.
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“I have no doubt of the effectiveness of this method, and you inspired me to think of new creative ways to engage the students with this complex topic of peace. Peace is physical, peace is active, and you allowed them to experience that (even if they were not fully aware of it) in your workshop.”
“I think our students gain a lot from not only the physical, energetic, and innovative aspect of the program but also learn more about respecting each other, different ideas, and different ways of expressing themselves. The curriculum empowers students by giving them a platform to engage in service in their own communities and also give back to and connect with others.”
“It's a fun and exciting way to get youth engaged while providing an avenue for them to be aware of themselves and how they can contribute positively to society. The program also creates a great rallying point to get youth to think and act globally. It is more amazing that Dance 4 Peace is a program that can be applied globally in differing cultural contexts.”
“I love being able to move, learn new dance steps, and come up with my own original dances. I also like how Dance 4 Peace taught us ways we could help the youth of Haiti, and through our dance we showed our support for the other kids less fortunate.”
“It was impressive to see how the program captured the attention of the students. Both participants and audience members, most of whom were younger than their peers performing, were incredibly engaged in the choreography and couldn't be distracted for a second.”