P.U.L.S.E. HISTORY

Camp P.U.L.S.E. was founded with a profound desire to empower youth to live their ideals and to take ownership of their place in the world. P.U.L.S.E. began in 2016 by ALPHA Education, a non-profit education organization and registered charity located in Toronto, Canada. Its mission is to foster awareness for the history of WWII in Asia, in the interest of furthering the values of justice, peace, and reconciliation. 

ALPHA Education achieves this mission through 4 different education and advocacy initiatives.

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1. Engaging Educators & Students
2. Connecting with the Community
3. Supporting Research
4. Empowering Youth

ALPHA delivers student programs (projects, presentations, workshops, conferences) and professional development workshops for teachers to explore concepts related to human rights, social activism, gender inequality and more through the critical investigation of the Asia-Pacific War. To date, ALPHA has worked with Ontario boards such as the TDSB, TCDSB, and YRDSB.

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ALPHA aims to support cross-cultural dialogue about peace and reconciliation through community events. One of its biggest community building events is Peace Fest, an annual summer festival that celebrates the end of war and the pursuit of peace.

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ALPHA has developed and supported the production of multimedia projects, film productions, and book publications. Notable works include The Rape of Nanking, Torn Memories of Nanjing, and The Apology.

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ALPHA believes youth are the leading voice of our ever-changing world. Currently, the organization is operating with 4 university chapters (University of Toronto, McMaster University, University of Waterloo, and Western University and international internships between the University of Hong Kong and the University of Michigan. Camp P.U.L.S.E. is yet another leading example of our direction to empower youth.

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