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

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

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