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10th HRSD SUMMIT, General Santos City, July 20-22, 2011...

10th HRSD SUMMIT, General Santos City, July 20-22, 2011
The Role of Training Institution in Peace Building in Mindanaw
By: Hon. Ariel Hernandez
Executive Director Katilingbanong Pamahandi sa Mindanao Foundation, Inc.

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  • The Role of TVI’s in Building Peace in Mindanao
    ARIEL C. HERNANDEZ
    HRSD Conference, General Santos City, June 21, 2011
  • Mindanao: The Region in Constant Conflict
    Six peace processes means 6 major Conflicts present in the country….4 of which are very much present in Mindanao.
  • The Peace Processes
    MNLF – GRP –started in 1976, signed peace agreement in 1996 and still on going up to now
    MILF – GRP – most visible, started formally in 1997 with Ceasefire Agreement, 2008 was the last bloody encounter between the forces
    CPP/NPA/NDF – GRP –now engaged in peace talks, off and on relationship since 1986
    RPMM - GRP –started in 2005, now stalled
  • While all the talks are on going…the hard realities remain…
    Biases and prejudices still persist amongst our people
    Communities affected by conflict are becoming poorer everyday
  • While all the talks are on going…the hard realities remain…
    Remains the most undeveloped…even if the communities are already tired of war and violence, yet the cycle of violence and war still occurs every two to three years
  • Two Basic Questions
    How can we contribute to resolve conflict and promote peace?
    What in particular should we focus ourselves to promote peace, whether there is a peace process or none? (is the most important question for institutions and persons who want contribute to peace in our region?)
  • Four Roles of TVI’s
    In Peace Education
    In Peace Talks / Peace Process
    In Post Conflict
    In Promoting Peace
    In Enterprising Peace
  • In Peace Education
    Understanding Mindanao History; understanding Moro and Lumads of Mindanao
    Mainstream subjects with terms related to conflict and peace
    Mainstream skills on conflict management and conflict resolution
    OPKORS for TVIs
  • In Peace Talks
    Support the Peace Process
    Develop models of TV systems in conflict areas / IDP camps
    Work in partnership with LGU’s, with AFP and other NGO’s in the area
  • In Post Conflict
    Demobilization and Reintegration, Rehabilitation.. The Bigger, the Most Challenging Task
    CAFGU’s, MILF Fighters, The NPA Fighters , The RPMM, community organized militias and the militias organized, maintained and expanded by political warlords..
  • In Promoting Peace
    Organize TVIs activities (or even fundraising) promoting peace and encourage interfaith and tri-people dialogue like Sports for peace, FUN RUN (run for peace), Bike for peace, etc.
  • In Enterprising Peace
    Promoting peace by promoting/marketing products and handmade crafts made collectively, creatively and by peaceful means
    Organize Fair Trade
    • Helping demobilize a hundred thousand militias and making them productive members of our society (mnlf-gem model)
    Challenges Ahead
    Helping promote an entrepreneurship spirit among tri-peoples of Mindanao thereby influencing skeptics to creatively discourage them from taking arms thus cutting the cycle of violence and war culture…
  • Why is this already possible?
    Larger Constituency of Peace
    Mindanao Business Conference
    Bishop-UlamaConference
    Mindanao Congress of Development NGO’s
    Mindanao Development Authority
    Mindanao Peace Advocates Conference
    LAWIG-KALINAW Peace Movement
    Mindanao TVET Association
  • DaghangSalamat!
    Madakul ha Salamat!
    Shukran!
    Peace Be With Us All!!!