OUR WORK

  • Our Educational Program

    Our Educational Program

    The aim of the program is to encourage moral and normative behavioural values in all spheres of our students lives: on the mat, in the classroom, at home and in their communities. We strive to teach the youth to follow the “do”, the way of life outlined by our nine core values, by translating the martial arts philosophy into everyday situations and experiences.
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  • Our Target Groups

    Our Target Groups

    We have adopted worthy initiatives and target groups, including at-risk youth, new immigrants, women's empowerment and co-existence and dialogue between Arabs and Jews, which aim to connect and bring together these culturally diverse individuals and groups.
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  • Our Martial Arts Styles

    Our Martial Arts Styles

    Literally translated, the term Martial Arts means the ‘arts of war,’ and for this reason the natural predisposition of many non-martial artists is to comprehend the various forms of sport as connected to fighting and combat. In reality, however, martial arts are systems of codified practices and traditions for the purpose of physically defeating a partner or self-defense from him.
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  • Our Clubs

    Our Clubs

    Budo for Peace clubs encompass traditional martial artists of all styles; BFP participants come from many different ethnic, religious, and political backgrounds & nationalities.
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  • KiAi Clubs

    KiAi Clubs

    KiAi Clubs are existing, independent martial arts clubs whose instructors believe in the Budo values and the mission of Budo for Peace. They want to join the BFP community without losing the independent character of their club. KiAi Club instructor want to encourage their students to learn and experience coexistence. They believe that involvement in BFP activities is an ideal way of doing just that.
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  • Young Leadership Program

    Young Leadership Program

    Every Budo for Peace club is asked to choose a minimum of one student - a brown or black belt between the ages of 13 and 16 showing excellence in martial arts and leadership qualities - as its Sempai (young leader) representative.
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  • Kids Kicking Cancer Israel

    Kids Kicking Cancer Israel

    Every Budo for Peace club is asked to choose a minimum of one student - a brown or black belt between the ages of 13 and 16 showing excellence in martial arts and leadership qualities - as its Sempai (young leader) representative.
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  • International Affiliates

    International Affiliates

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  • Evaluation & Assessment Process

    Evaluation & Assessment Process

    We have currently concluded the first round of data gathering, in the form of questionnaires on the topics of self-image and perception, from a sample of our clubs across the country.
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