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The Mindanao Youth for Peace Movement

The Mindanao Youth for Peace Movement
By: Ms. Scheherazaide Pahm, Youth Program Coordinator, Mindanao Commission on Women

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  • Mindanao Commission on Women 121 University Avenue, Juna Subdivision Matina, Davao City, PHILIPPINES
  • 2005 2003 Buliok War in North Cotabato 1 st Mindanao Young Women Leaders Congress Mothers for Peace campaign YOUNG WOMEN? “ Another Mindanao is Possible!” M4P: a national movement for peace in Mindanao
  • 2008 2007 MYWLF facilitated the organization of Youth Peace Circles in Regions IX, XII, and ARMM Widening of YPCs in Regions X, XI, and Caraga
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  • STRUCTURE
    • Youth for Peace is an
    • organization of Peace Circles
    • 7-15 youth members
    • 18-35 years
    • formed by integrating or organizing
  • PEACE CIRCLE
    • a place for sharing talents, blessings and works so that our schools and communities may be places of healing and peace
  • PEACE CIRCLE
    • brings people together to express hope through music, art, and prayer creating new and exciting pathways for positive change
  • CREDO
    • I am a peaceful soul.
    • Peace is my innate quality as it is of all human beings.
    • I affirm the uniqueness and goodness of every individual and group and regard diversity as a resource for enriching humanity.
    • The world is a place of abundance.
    • There is enough for everybody, so life must be a celebration of giving.
  • CREDO
    • Believing that as we sow, so we shall reap,
    • I sow only the best seeds to add quality to human life as God’s faithful servant.
    • Peacemaking starts with me.
    • I radiate this peace out to my family, school, community, country, and the rest of the world.
    • I reject all forms of violence.
    • I am a youth for peace.
  • PRINCIPLES
    • Respect for all creation
    • Interconnectedness
    • Multiculturalism
    • Solidarity
    • Abundance consciousness
    • Win-win consciousness
    • Humility
    • Integrity
    • Commitment
    • Silence
  • REFLECTIONS
    • Day 1: I respect myself, affirm others and avoid uncaring criticism, hateful words, physical attacks and blame.
    • Day 2: I share my feelings honestly, while looking for safe ways to express my hurt and anger. And I listen to what others have to say.
    • Day 3: I apologize and make amends when I have hurt another. I forgive others and keep from holding grudges.
  • REFLECTIONS
    • Day 4: I treat the environment and all living things, with respect and care, and promote environmental concern.
    • Day 5: I play creatively, encouraging games that support good values and discouraging activities that promote violence.
    • Day 6: I am courage ous. I prevent, resolve, and contain violence whenever I encounter it.
  • SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
    • Celebrating women’s creativity on International Women’s Day (March 8)
    • Fast for Peace during Holy Week (March or April)
    • International Youth Day (August 12)
    • Wearing Blue for Peace on International Day of Peace (September 21)
    • Million Thoughts and Acts (TAPs) for Peace during Mindanao Week of Peace (November or December)
    • Green House Campaign
  • SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
    • Other Activities
    • Peer support
    • Peer mentoring
    • Coaching
  • Region IX and ARMM Island YPCs orientation Third Side Support to ACG Leadership enhancement training Feeding program Sports Region X Youth camp Clean up drive Relief operations Fun run Teaching sports to children Tarp on trafficking Region XI YPCs orientation Third Side training Anti-corruption campaign GAD orientation Region XII YPCs orientation Tree planting Caraga YPCs orientation Drug symposium Anti-corruption campaign GAD orientation
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    • core values.
    • positive change.