Positive Engagements in Peacebuilding
In its 20th year, MPI is once again prepared to create a space where peacebuilders will meet in mind, heart, and spirit to keep abreast of the challenges that the issues of peace and justice present. MPI's 2019 Annual Peacebuilding Training: Positive Engagements in Peacebuilding will be held from May 13 – 31, 2019, at Mergrande Ocean Resort, Davao City, Philippines.
We are offering two new courses for MPI 2019: Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding Practitioners in Week 2 and Indigenous Peoples’ Culture-Based Conflict Resolution Practices: Its Potential Contribution to Mainstream Peacebuilding in the Philippines (Field-Based Course) in Week 3.
Click here for more information about the training courses, the course fees, and the application process. Click on any of the images above to read more about a particular course.
Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute
A Resource for Peacebuilders in Asia
As a young practitioner in the field of peacebuilding, I did not think mentorship was a role that I could possibly fill. I thought I only had to focus on gaining new knowledge and skills and applying them. But being part of MPI’s Grassroots Peacebuilding Mentors Training Progr...
Fr. C.P. Anto, the founder-director of Peace Channel, while addressing the induction of the new peace club members of Assisi Hr. Sec. School, Dimapur Nagaland, on 18th of Feb 2019, said that “peace education in the educational institutions can end all forms of violence in the families, schools and communities.” He also stressed on the importance of peace education in the multi-cultural, religious and linguistic commu...
MPI helped me regain my identity as a peacebuilder – by truly embracing me, valuing me, and encouraging me. The entire MPI community re-generated my confidence to become a peacebuilder once again. Now the professional and personal growth I gained together with the MPI community is motivating me to the next way I can be of service to humanity.