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Sailing for Peace is a peace program in the Philippines way back year 2003 trough activities, workshops & exhibits. Spearheaded by Ms. Zara Jane Juan, author & resource speaker. Sailing for Peace is a member of the United Nation's International Day of Peace Vigil & is cited by Children International for its peace workshops to the less priveleged children of Caritas Manila, etc. Now, Sailing for Peace promotes Virtues for the Environment nationwide in cooperation with various socio civicgroups, government & non-govt organizations supported by media groups

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Sailing for Peace Philippines

  1. 1. Proponent:Proponent: Ms. ZARA JANE JUANMs. ZARA JANE JUAN TV Host & Segment Producer, fCAT Wellness Pilipinas! GNN Cable TV (via G-Sat Asia)TV Host & Segment Producer, fCAT Wellness Pilipinas! GNN Cable TV (via G-Sat Asia) Book Author, Resource Speaker, Playwright & Stage DirectorBook Author, Resource Speaker, Playwright & Stage Director Peace Advocate, United Nation’s International Day of Peace VigilPeace Advocate, United Nation’s International Day of Peace Vigil Health Advocate, World Health OrganizationHealth Advocate, World Health Organization Environmentalist, Earthday Network InternationalEnvironmentalist, Earthday Network International Member, JCI Marikina Marikit, PhilippinesMember, JCI Marikina Marikit, Philippines http://www.facebook.zarajanejuan.comhttp://www.facebook.zarajanejuan.com http://www.zarajanejuan.blogspot.comhttp://www.zarajanejuan.blogspot.com http://www.facebook.sailingforpeace.comhttp://www.facebook.sailingforpeace.com Mobile: 0927.676.7738Mobile: 0927.676.7738 <>e-mail:<>e-mail: sailingforpeace@yahoo.comsailingforpeace@yahoo.com
  2. 2. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace Vision:Vision: To deepen the culture ofTo deepen the culture of peace to every individualpeace to every individual irregardless of age, race,irregardless of age, race, gender, religion and beliefsgender, religion and beliefs Mission: To learn to understand people and end all forms of discrimination being the root cause of conflict
  3. 3. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace Description:Description: Peace is not permanent,Peace is not permanent, we always work hard on it.we always work hard on it. Conflict is healthy as itConflict is healthy as it defines who we are.defines who we are. To address conflict is toTo address conflict is to know the facts behind theknow the facts behind the conflict. To know is toconflict. To know is to process. One way isprocess. One way is through workshops,through workshops, activities and exhibits.activities and exhibits.
  4. 4. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace HistoryHistory 20032003 In cooperation with Ceaco, a 13 year old society in the Academe sector, Sailing for Peace was launched at Alimall Araneta Center through “Mall Sweet Home” – a family bonding project with creative arts workshops (“from my hand to your heart”) & on-the-spot drawing contest meant to inspire families to do happy stories together.
  5. 5. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace 2004-2006 Rich helping Poor & Poor Teaching Rich In cooperation with Caritas Manila, Ceaco & Association of Private Schools in Metro Manila Poor children, street kids & scholars interacting with the rich kids through creative arts workshop & at the end outputs were release ending discrimination
  6. 6. Sailing for Peace (Adults)Sailing for Peace (Adults) 2005-present2005-present Using the data gathered from theUsing the data gathered from the children’s workshop, the Proponent hadchildren’s workshop, the Proponent had come up with List of Trainings for Adultscome up with List of Trainings for Adults as for Conflict Resolutionas for Conflict Resolution The Proponent started conducting theThe Proponent started conducting the Peace Workshops to AdultsPeace Workshops to Adults
  7. 7. Peace Lectures & Workshops Received Citations (2005-present) AWARDED WITH THE FOLLOWING :AWARDED WITH THE FOLLOWING : PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION ON SAILING FOR PEACE FROM CHILDREN INTERNATIONALPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION ON SAILING FOR PEACE FROM CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT NATIONAL COMMISSION ONPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT NATIONAL COMMISSION ON THE ROLE OF FILIPINO WOMEN (NCRFW)THE ROLE OF FILIPINO WOMEN (NCRFW) PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT NATIONAL COUNCIL ONPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT NATIONAL COUNCIL ON DISABILITY AFFAIRS (NCDA)DISABILITY AFFAIRS (NCDA) PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION “COLORS OF WELLNESS” FROM PHILIPPINE HEART CENTERPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION “COLORS OF WELLNESS” FROM PHILIPPINE HEART CENTER PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION ON INNOVATIVE MIND & BODY FROM PHILIPPINE ACADEMY OFPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION ON INNOVATIVE MIND & BODY FROM PHILIPPINE ACADEMY OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE (PARM)REHABILITATION MEDICINE (PARM) PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL EASTWOODPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL EASTWOOD Certificate of Appreciation on “The Art of Leadership” from St. Paul University ManilaCertificate of Appreciation on “The Art of Leadership” from St. Paul University Manila Certificate of Appreciation on “Stress Management” from Claret School QCCertificate of Appreciation on “Stress Management” from Claret School QC Plaque of Appreciation on “Integrity in the Workplace” from San Lorenzo School, LagunaPlaque of Appreciation on “Integrity in the Workplace” from San Lorenzo School, Laguna Plaque of Appreciation on “The Colors of Wellness” from De La Salle University, Taft Ave., ManilaPlaque of Appreciation on “The Colors of Wellness” from De La Salle University, Taft Ave., Manila PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN BATANGAS CITYPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN BATANGAS CITY PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE ASSCOCIATION OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN BAGUIO CITYPLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE ASSCOCIATION OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN BAGUIO CITY Plaque of Appreciation on “The Art of Leadership” from St. Mary’s College QCPlaque of Appreciation on “The Art of Leadership” from St. Mary’s College QC Plaque of Appreciation on “Corporate Communications” from San Roque Catholic School, AlabangPlaque of Appreciation on “Corporate Communications” from San Roque Catholic School, Alabang Certificate of Appreciation on Innovative Mind-Body-Voice from St. Matthew’s College, San MateoCertificate of Appreciation on Innovative Mind-Body-Voice from St. Matthew’s College, San Mateo Plaque of Recognition on Innovative Mind-Body-Voice from Dr. Carlos Lanting College, QCPlaque of Recognition on Innovative Mind-Body-Voice from Dr. Carlos Lanting College, QC Plaque of Appreciation on Leadership Training from Recoletos Academy, Antipolo, RizalPlaque of Appreciation on Leadership Training from Recoletos Academy, Antipolo, Rizal Plaque of Appreciation “Public Speaking-A Breakthrough!” from University of Perpetual Help CavitePlaque of Appreciation “Public Speaking-A Breakthrough!” from University of Perpetual Help Cavite Plaque of Appreciation on Artistic Exploration from Elizabeth Seton School, Las Piñas & CavitePlaque of Appreciation on Artistic Exploration from Elizabeth Seton School, Las Piñas & Cavite Plaque of Appreciation on Developing Positive Mental Attitude from InformaticsPlaque of Appreciation on Developing Positive Mental Attitude from Informatics Plaque of Recognition on Theatre Arts from Good Shepherd Cathedral School, QCPlaque of Recognition on Theatre Arts from Good Shepherd Cathedral School, QC Certificate of Recognition on Personality Development Seminar from Sto. Niño School, MuntinlupaCertificate of Recognition on Personality Development Seminar from Sto. Niño School, Muntinlupa Certificate of Appreciation on "Balik-Bata"Workshop from Philippine Cultural High School, MlaCertificate of Appreciation on "Balik-Bata"Workshop from Philippine Cultural High School, Mla Sailing for Peace Proponent, Ms. ZARA JANE JUAN was also awarded Lady “Datin” Knight of theSailing for Peace Proponent, Ms. ZARA JANE JUAN was also awarded Lady “Datin” Knight of the Royal Order of Sulu & Sabah for her Ambassador of Goodwill works as Ms. Hawaiian Tropic Int’lRoyal Order of Sulu & Sabah for her Ambassador of Goodwill works as Ms. Hawaiian Tropic Int’l Finalist & Bb. Pilipinas Awardee 1993Finalist & Bb. Pilipinas Awardee 1993
  8. 8. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace Peace Workshop to AdultsPeace Workshop to Adults ““WELLNESS PILIPINAS!” FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATIONWELLNESS PILIPINAS!” FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION ““INTEGRITY IN THE WORKPLACE” FOR CONFLICT MANAGEMENTINTEGRITY IN THE WORKPLACE” FOR CONFLICT MANAGEMENT ““INNOVATIVE MIND-BODY-VOICE” FOR PEOPLE’S EMPOWERMENTINNOVATIVE MIND-BODY-VOICE” FOR PEOPLE’S EMPOWERMENT ““THE ART OF LEADERSHIP” FOR LEADERSHIP TRAININGTHE ART OF LEADERSHIP” FOR LEADERSHIP TRAINING ““COLORS OF WELLNESS” FOR STRESS MANAGEMENTCOLORS OF WELLNESS” FOR STRESS MANAGEMENT ““INNOVATIVE STYLES IN TEACHING THE E-GENERATION”INNOVATIVE STYLES IN TEACHING THE E-GENERATION” ““ARTISTIC EXPLORATION” FOR TEAM BUILDINGARTISTIC EXPLORATION” FOR TEAM BUILDING ““PUBLIC SPEAKING- A BREAKTHROUGH APPROACH!”PUBLIC SPEAKING- A BREAKTHROUGH APPROACH!” ““THE CONFIDENT BEING” FOR PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENTTHE CONFIDENT BEING” FOR PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT ““BALIK-BATA WORKSHOP” BACK TO INNOCENSEBALIK-BATA WORKSHOP” BACK TO INNOCENSE Profile of Attendees include: Company President & Heads; SchoolProfile of Attendees include: Company President & Heads; School Owners/Principals/Administrators; Managers/Decision Makers; Teachers;Owners/Principals/Administrators; Managers/Decision Makers; Teachers; Employees; Support ServicesEmployees; Support Services
  9. 9. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace 20082008 Spearheaded a Press Conference on Wellness in Arts for PeaceSpearheaded a Press Conference on Wellness in Arts for Peace and conducted the Wellness Series on Tour in Metro Manilaand conducted the Wellness Series on Tour in Metro Manila PHIL HEART CENTER, PHIL. LUNG CENTER, SM SUCAT, SMPHIL HEART CENTER, PHIL. LUNG CENTER, SM SUCAT, SM CLARK, SM BICUTAN, MAKATI CITY WOMEN’S MONTH,CLARK, SM BICUTAN, MAKATI CITY WOMEN’S MONTH, BRGY. KAPITOLYO SENIOR’S DAY, MARIKINA SENIOR’S DAY,BRGY. KAPITOLYO SENIOR’S DAY, MARIKINA SENIOR’S DAY, SHAKEY’S CORPORATE OFFICE, SMART HEAD OFFICE,SHAKEY’S CORPORATE OFFICE, SMART HEAD OFFICE, PHILAMLIFE SGA MKTI, MANDARIN ORIENTAL, MAKATI,PHILAMLIFE SGA MKTI, MANDARIN ORIENTAL, MAKATI, CAFÉ AMADEO, AGRO-AQUA INTERNATIONAL NETWORKCAFÉ AMADEO, AGRO-AQUA INTERNATIONAL NETWORK (AANI), NATIONAL COMMISION FOR CULTURE & THE ARTS(AANI), NATIONAL COMMISION FOR CULTURE & THE ARTS (NCCA), ARTISTS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL. (AAP),(NCCA), ARTISTS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHIL. (AAP), WOMEN’S DAY @ MUNICIPALITY OF TAYTAY RIZAL, ETC.WOMEN’S DAY @ MUNICIPALITY OF TAYTAY RIZAL, ETC. FOR PICTURES PLS. VISIT:FOR PICTURES PLS. VISIT: http://www.facebook.zarajanejuan.comhttp://www.facebook.zarajanejuan.com
  10. 10. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace Wellness Series Press ReleasesWellness Series Press Releases
  11. 11. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace Wellness Series Press ReleasesWellness Series Press Releases
  12. 12. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace Wellness Series Press ReleasesWellness Series Press Releases
  13. 13. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace 20082008 Sailing for Peace conducted the SearchSailing for Peace conducted the Search for “Batang Bayani”for “Batang Bayani” Visit:Visit: http://www.facebook.sailingforpeace.comhttp://www.facebook.sailingforpeace.com
  14. 14. 20092009 Sailing forSailing for PeacePeace initiated ainitiated a PressPress ConferenceConference on Wellnesson Wellness Event forEvent for PeacePeace & Nation-& Nation- BuildingBuilding
  15. 15. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace 2009 made a full-length stage play with Sacred2009 made a full-length stage play with Sacred Heart Reparatrix Sisters in Tagaytay CityHeart Reparatrix Sisters in Tagaytay City
  16. 16. 2009-20102009-2010 Sailing for Peace started theSailing for Peace started the Search for the “Kids asSearch for the “Kids as Ambassadors of PeaceAmbassadors of Peace to the Environment”to the Environment” Objectives:Objectives: -To promote Virtues to the-To promote Virtues to the Environ for Peace;Environ for Peace; -Prepare kids to their task-Prepare kids to their task ahead of adapting toahead of adapting to Climate Change;Climate Change; -Kids to inspire co-kids &-Kids to inspire co-kids & adultsadults -Adults to be inspired by the-Adults to be inspired by the KidsKids
  17. 17. Goal:Goal: To have the yearlyTo have the yearly observance &observance & celebration in thecelebration in the PhilippinesPhilippines of the United Nation’sof the United Nation’s ““International Day ofInternational Day of Peace Vigil”Peace Vigil” happening worldwidehappening worldwide every September 21every September 21
  18. 18. CLIMATE CHANGECLIMATE CHANGE && SAILING FOR PEACESAILING FOR PEACE
  19. 19. FYI: The Philippines as an archipelago is considered aFYI: The Philippines as an archipelago is considered a climate hotspot and is ranked 4th in the Global Climateclimate hotspot and is ranked 4th in the Global Climate Risk Index, with 20 out of 80 provinces vulnerable toRisk Index, with 20 out of 80 provinces vulnerable to one-meter rise in sea level.one-meter rise in sea level. These provinces are in regions – Autonomous RegionThese provinces are in regions – Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), the Zamboangaof Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), the Zamboanga Peninsula, Eastern Visayas and the Bicol region – withPeninsula, Eastern Visayas and the Bicol region – with the highest poverty incidence and greatest foodthe highest poverty incidence and greatest food insecurity in the Philippines. It is in these areas where ainsecurity in the Philippines. It is in these areas where a festering insurgency and long-running conflict havefestering insurgency and long-running conflict have taken holdtaken hold Source: International Alert Report 2007Source: International Alert Report 2007
  20. 20. Hardest hit by climate change will be peopleHardest hit by climate change will be people living in poverty, in under-developed andliving in poverty, in under-developed and unstable states, under poor governanceunstable states, under poor governance. The. The background of poverty and bad governancebackground of poverty and bad governance face a high risk offace a high risk of violent conflict.violent conflict. The four key elements at risk:The four key elements at risk: 1. Political Instability1. Political Instability 2. Economic Weakness2. Economic Weakness 3. Food Insecurity3. Food Insecurity 4. Large Scale Migration4. Large Scale Migration Source: International Alert Report 2007Source: International Alert Report 2007
  21. 21. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace on Climate Change:on Climate Change: ADAPTATION AND PEACE BUILDINGADAPTATION AND PEACE BUILDING
  22. 22. Peace building and adaptation arePeace building and adaptation are effectively the same kind of activity,effectively the same kind of activity, involving the same kinds of methods ofinvolving the same kinds of methods of dialogue and social engagementdialogue and social engagement *International Alert Report 2007*International Alert Report 2007
  23. 23. Sailing for PeaceSailing for Peace on Climate Change:on Climate Change: ADAPTATION AND PEACE BUILDINGADAPTATION AND PEACE BUILDING How to do it?How to do it?
  24. 24. A different approach is possible, based on PEACEA different approach is possible, based on PEACE BUILDING or engaging communities’ energies in aBUILDING or engaging communities’ energies in a social process to work out on how to adapt tosocial process to work out on how to adapt to climate change and how to handle conflicts as theyclimate change and how to handle conflicts as they arise, so that they do not become violent.arise, so that they do not become violent. *International Alert Report 2007*International Alert Report 2007 How to do it?How to do it? throughthrough ““Sailing for Peace”Sailing for Peace” Workshops of AdultsWorkshops of Adults NationwideNationwide (focusing on the heads,(focusing on the heads, policy-makers & workforce)policy-makers & workforce)
  25. 25. Sailing for Peace WorkshopSailing for Peace Workshop (Day 1)(Day 1) INTEGRITY IN THE WORKPLACEINTEGRITY IN THE WORKPLACE Format:Format: - workshop process on conflict resolution- workshop process on conflict resolution & learning ways to reconcile personal& learning ways to reconcile personal vision with company’s vision through one’svision with company’s vision through one’s virtue & word of honorvirtue & word of honor
  26. 26. Sailing for Peace WorkshopSailing for Peace Workshop (Day 2)(Day 2) COLORS OF WELLNESSCOLORS OF WELLNESS Format:Format: - workshop process on how to prepare oneself &- workshop process on how to prepare oneself & the community to adapt to climate change & livethe community to adapt to climate change & live the holistic lifestyle using the naturalist method &the holistic lifestyle using the naturalist method & achieve wellness in mind, body, environment &achieve wellness in mind, body, environment & economicseconomics
  27. 27. Sailing for Peace WorkshopSailing for Peace Workshop (Day 3)(Day 3) THE ART OF LEADERSHIPTHE ART OF LEADERSHIP Format:Format: - inspired from the Art of War, is a- inspired from the Art of War, is a workshop process leading the participantsworkshop process leading the participants to be the General of strong Faith havingto be the General of strong Faith having the power to lead his/her people.the power to lead his/her people.
  28. 28. Peace building and development must bePeace building and development must be made climate-sensitivemade climate-sensitive *International Alert Report 2007*International Alert Report 2007 How to do it?How to do it? Use the formula of Wellness Pilipinas!Use the formula of Wellness Pilipinas! Wellness in Mind, Body, EnvironmentWellness in Mind, Body, Environment & Economics as Tools for Peace && Economics as Tools for Peace & Nation-Building)Nation-Building) Sailing for Peace 2010Sailing for Peace 2010
  29. 29. Climate change could even reconcileClimate change could even reconcile otherwise divided communities byotherwise divided communities by posing a threat against which to uniteposing a threat against which to unite and task on which to cooperate.and task on which to cooperate. *International Alert Report 2007*International Alert Report 2007 How to do it?How to do it? Gather all Advocates from all political linesGather all Advocates from all political lines to socialize & have regular avenues in theto socialize & have regular avenues in the Media for “positive talks” leading toMedia for “positive talks” leading to Wellness for Peace in the PhilippinesWellness for Peace in the Philippines Sailing for Peace 2010Sailing for Peace 2010
  30. 30. What is required is internationalWhat is required is international cooperation to support local action.cooperation to support local action. *International Alert Report 2007*International Alert Report 2007 How to do it?How to do it? Move, work and affiliate with allMove, work and affiliate with all organizations with global actionsorganizations with global actions Sailing for Peace 2010Sailing for Peace 2010
  31. 31. With its On-going Wellness Series onWith its On-going Wellness Series on Tour with various Advocates,Tour with various Advocates, government, civic, business & NGO’s,government, civic, business & NGO’s, Sailing for Peace thru its proponent, Ms.Sailing for Peace thru its proponent, Ms. Zara Jane Juan is hosting a TV show atZara Jane Juan is hosting a TV show at GNN Cable TV shown nationwide & allGNN Cable TV shown nationwide & all over Asia via G-Sat & supported by theover Asia via G-Sat & supported by the mediamedia
  32. 32. http://http://www.facebook.zarajanejuan.comwww.facebook.zarajanejuan.com

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