Conflict Sensitivity and Do No Harm: Theory, Method, and Application
April 27 to May 27, 2021
Balázs Áron Kovács and Joan McGregor
April 27 to May 27, 2021
Tuesday and Thursday | 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Philippine Time (GMT+8)
Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute
A Resource for Peacebuilders in Asia
The Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute (MPI) is an Asian training institute grounded in the Mindanao, Philippines, context that provides a space for people of diverse backgrounds to gather together, share and learn in a safe environment where all viewpoints are encouraged and respected. MPI is a resource for peacebuilders: providing skills, conducting research and building solidarity within the Asia-Pacific Region.
MPI creates a space where peacebuilders meet in mind, heart and spirit to keep abreast of the challenges which the issues of peace and justice present. In a professional and personal way, MPI, through its programs, offers opportunities by which the journey of peace becomes real in the lives of peacebuilders and their communities.
Just and peaceful communities in Asia-Pacific.
MPI seeks to deepen commitment to justice and peace; respect for human rights; and dialogue and solidarity among individuals, institutions, and communities.
Individuals, institutions, and communities empowered as catalysts for peace and social transformation.
Education, Training and Building Capacities of Individuals and their Institutions in the Field of Peacebuilding
Refining Learning, Enhancing Knowledge, and Sharing Materials related to Peacebuilding
March 22, 2021 We, the undersigned Board of Trustees, staff, alumni, facilitators, and volunteers of the Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute Foundation, Inc. (MPI) from Asia-Pacific and other parts of the world, express our full support to our fellow alumni from Myanmar and their people in their pursuit of democracy, peace, human rights, the rule of law, and fundamental freedoms. We strongly condemn...Read More
I feel very sad when reflecting on the past when women fought for independence. They were involved on the front lines with weapons and with their expertise in carrying food and medicine. They provided ideas during the negotiation and reconciliation process. They were part of civilian teams at base camps and in the clandestine front. During and after the armed conflict (1974 - 1999), many women and girls experienced their own forms of suffering and violence, including starvation, imprisonment, rape, and sexual slavery. Yet, their rol...Read More
A statement from the Leadership Circle of IMPACTApril 21, 2021We, members of the Leadership Circle of IMPACT (Imagining Together Platform for Arts, Culture and Conflict Transformation), condemn the undermining of steps toward democracy and the violent suppression of peaceful protests in Myanmar. IMPACT is a diverse collective working globally to illuminate and strengthen the field of arts, culture, and conflict transformation, and believing in a world where dignity, vibrancy, creativity, and fairness must inscribe our relationships with one another and with the natural world. We are horri...Read More
Missionary Sisters of St. Columban, Philippines
Project Coordinator/Facilitator, DARB, Syria/Turkey
Program Manager Personnel Services South East Asia & Pacific, Bread for the World – Protestant Agency for Diakonia and Development, Germany
Chief Monitoring and Evaluation, Officer Ministry of Traditional Governance, Peace and Ecclesiastical Affairs, Solomon Islands
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, Stella Maris College, India
Project Officer, Forum Ziviler Friedensdienst e.V.|Forum Civil Peace Service, Cambodia
Program Coordinator, Mennonite Central Committee, Nepal