Gen peace basic conflict responses & peace initiatives

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This is the draft workshop PPT for the GenPeace Module on Civil Society Responses and Initiatives on Peace

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  • (2) Republic Act 8044 (1995) Youth in Nation-Building Act. (3) Philippine Constitution
  • (2) Republic Act 8044 (1995) Youth in Nation-Building Act. (3) Philippine Constitution
  • (2) Republic Act 8044 (1995) Youth in Nation-Building Act. (3) Philippine Constitution
  • (2) Republic Act 8044 (1995) Youth in Nation-Building Act. (3) Philippine Constitution
  • (2) Republic Act 8044 (1995) Youth in Nation-Building Act. (3) Philippine Constitution
  • (2) Republic Act 8044 (1995) Youth in Nation-Building Act. (3) Philippine Constitution
  • Gen peace basic conflict responses & peace initiatives

    1. 1. Youth Networkin partnership withOffice of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process<br />
    2. 2. Conflict Responses & Peace InitiativesAn Introduction to Waging Peace and GenPeace<br />
    3. 3. Let’s: <br />Sit Down. <br />EXERCISE: Try to identify the different RESPONSES and INITIATIVES to peace.<br />Relax. <br />see<br />a<br />documentary<br />
    4. 4. ?<br />LEARNINGS<br />VIOLENCE MANIFESTED<br />YOUTH ROLES<br />
    5. 5. VIOLENCE<br />Perpetrators<br />Victims<br />Direct Indirect<br />Youth<br />Advocates<br />
    6. 6. Responses<br />Initiatives<br />Examples<br />
    7. 7. Responses: ROLES<br />Service<br />Provider<br />
    8. 8. Responses: ROLES<br />Watchdog<br />
    9. 9. Responses: ROLES<br />Advocates for Alternatives <br />Policies, Programs, Paradigms<br />
    10. 10. Direct <br />Intervention <br />Responses: AIMS<br />
    11. 11. Responses: AIMS<br />Addressing the Consequences of the Conflict<br />
    12. 12. Working on the <br />Social Fabric<br /> Responses: AIMS<br />
    13. 13. Initiatives: Multi-Track Diplomacy<br />Track 1<br />Track 2<br />Track 3<br />
    14. 14. Track 1<br />official government diplomacy whereby communication and interaction is between governments<br />Between the main opposing parties<br />Government, <br />Negotiating Panels <br />
    15. 15. NGOs, Practitioners,<br />Academe, Media, etc.<br />Track 2<br />Professional Conflict Resolution<br />NGOs<br />Faith/Belief Systems<br />Research<br />Aid community<br />Education<br />Unofficial interaction and intervention of non-state actors<br />Media<br />Training <br />Business<br />Local government<br />Civil Society Initiatives <br />
    16. 16. Stakeholders directly affected by the armed conflicts<br />Grassroot communities<br />Track 3<br />Communities<br />
    17. 17. Responses<br />Roles and Aims of Civil Society Peacebuilding<br />Initiatives<br />Multi-track Diplomacy<br />Examples<br />Waging Peace <br />GenPeace<br />
    18. 18. Networking<br />Strengthening Capacities<br />Nurturing Initiatives<br />Waging Peace Philippines<br />
    19. 19. Networking: <br />Network of Peace CSOs and Networks<br />PRO-WAR<br />Pro-PeaCe<br />Waging Peace Philippines<br />
    20. 20. Strengthening Capacities: <br />Waging Peace Conference, <br />Assessment, Analysis, Planning<br />Waging Peace Philippines<br />
    21. 21. IP <br />Women<br /><ul><li>Secretariat
    22. 22. Solidarity Actions
    23. 23. Collaborative Projects
    24. 24. ETC.</li></ul>GenPeace<br />Mindanao Solidarity<br />Nurturing <br />Initiatives<br />Peace Covenant<br />Duyog Mindanao<br />Waging Peace Philippines<br />
    25. 25. GenPeace<br />GenPeace<br />Who we are?<br />What we do?<br />What we want?<br />GenPeace<br />is a network of organizations engaged in a youth-led advocacytowards a just and sustainable peace. <br />
    26. 26. GenPeace<br />Who we ARE?<br />network of organizations. <br /><ul><li>Collaboration
    27. 27. Engaging different stakeholders
    28. 28. Synergy of Expertise (i.e. Human Rights, Peace Education, International Humanitarian Law, Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue, etc.)
    29. 29. A common framework: Just Peace</li></li></ul><li>GenPeace<br />Who we ARE?<br />network of organizations. <br />Gaston Z. Ortigas Peace Institute<br />Sulong CARHRIHL Youth<br />Center for Peace Education – Miriam College<br />United Nations Youth Association of the Philippines<br />Catholic Education Association of the Philippines – Student Leadership Commission<br />PeaceTech, Inc.<br />United Network of Youth for Peace and Development<br />Angel Palanca Peace Program (FEU)<br />Asia Pacific Youth Network on Climate Change<br />Brotherhood of Destiny<br />CARAGA Youth Leaders Network<br />Change Politics Movement (Cebu)<br />College of Arts and Science Society – PamantasanngLungsodngMuntinlupa<br />Community Development Program Council – DLSU Dasmarinas<br />Filipino Muslim Youth Council for Peace and Development<br />Kabalikat Students Action Party – Nueva Vizcaya State University<br />Pamulaan Center for IP Education<br />Pax Christi Negros Youth Group<br />PNU UNESCO Club<br />Rotaract<br />SamahangDemokratikongKabataan<br />SOBUSTEHA Youth Association - Cebu<br />Students Extension of Resources through Voluntary Efforts (SERVE) – DLSU Dasmarinas<br />UST AB BSE Social Science Society <br />Youth for Unity <br />United Ilocandia - NVSU<br />
    30. 30. GenPeace<br />What we DO?<br />youth-led advocacy.<br /><ul><li>Youth: 15-30 years old (2)</li></ul>> Roughly 30% of Population<br /><ul><li>Essential Role in Nation Building: Agents of Social Change (3)
    31. 31. Youth: victims and perpetrators of violence
    32. 32. GenPeace as a “Youth-Led” and “Youth-Focused” network.</li></li></ul><li>GenPeace<br />What we DO?<br />Advocates and militant youth who are consciously involved in the struggle for transformation<br />Those depicted as “apathetic” and “apolitical” <br />youth-led advocacy.<br />
    33. 33. GenPeace<br />What we DO?<br />youth-led advocacy.<br />CONNECT: Network Building & Linkaging<br />
    34. 34. GenPeace<br />What we DO?<br />youth-led advocacy.<br />empower<br />EMPOWER: Youth Formation & Capacity Building<br />
    35. 35. GenPeace<br />What we DO?<br />youth-led advocacy.<br />TRANSFORM: Peace Advocacy<br />
    36. 36. GenPeace<br />What we DO?<br />youth-led advocacy.<br />CONNECT. Network Building and Linkaging<br />EMPOWER. Youth Formation & Capacity Building <br />TRANSFORM. Peace Advocacy<br />
    37. 37. GenPeace<br />What we DO?<br />youth-led advocacy.<br />softcore<br />Peace One Day Pilipinas, Peace Film Festival, Poster Making Contest, Peace Music Festival, Peace Mosaic<br />Peace Mission to Mindanao, 365 Lobbying and Petitions, Youth Peace Agenda, Peace and Human Rights Caravan, Forums, Solidarity Initiatives, etc.<br />HaRDCoRE!!!!<br />
    38. 38. GenPeace<br />What we WANT?<br />just and sustainable peace. <br />Peace is the vehicle,<br />peace is the destination.<br />
    39. 39. GenPeace<br />What we WANT?<br />just and sustainable peace. <br />Non-violent approaches to resolving armedconflicts.<br />
    40. 40. What we WANT?<br />just and sustainable peace. <br />“Peace is not just the absence of war:Peace through justice, peace by means of peace.”<br />

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