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Children at Youth Peace & Cultural Festival 2014

Youth Peace & Cultural Festival held at Wokha

We share with you here news from Peace Channel, part of our network, that was developed with the help of MPI alumnus Fr. C.P. Anto. Check out their Facebook page at

Peace Channel, a youth peace movement in view of engaging, empowering and enabling the youth to build peace in all conflict situations, Peace Channel family of Wokha district, organized a day celebration at DBHSS Youth Center, Wokha, with the theme "Inspiring Change Towards a Violence Free World".

The day's progrmame commenced with invocation by Mr. Wonchio Ngullie, Yoth Director WVBC. The keynote was delivered by Miss Mhalo Ezung. In her address, she exhorted the youth to be the peace builders and change makers in the society. Mr. Amos Odyuo KSU, president Wokha, greeted the gathering and said, "everyone has the right to liberty and security. As human we are entitled to live free and as we choose. Peace is our rightful claim and to have peace we should all work towards it." Mr. L,evi V Sumi, Project Coordinator of Peace Channel, briefed about Peace Channel activities and he also encourage the gathering he said, there is no way to Peace, Peace is the only way. The most important thing to remember when we talk about peace is love. Love and peace are inseparable.

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Faith and Peace Newsletter for August 2014

Once again, we are pleased to share with you that the latest edition of the Faith and Peace Newsletter, August 2014, is now available online.

You may read the entire edition on line here.

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Faith and Peace Newsletter for July 2014

We are pleased to share with you that the latest edition of the Faith and Peace Newsletter, July 2014, is now available online.

You may read the entire edition on line here.

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A statement to the Abe administration

The following statement was sent to us by Hiro Katano, a board member of the Hokkaido Mennonite Peace Missions Center and a member of the Steering Committee of the Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (NARPI), a sister institute of MPI. This statement by the Hokkaido Mennonite Peace Missions Center affirms their pacifist faith tradition and expresses a concern with the governmental change of constitutional interpretation on the right of collective self-defense.

A protest against the decision of the cabinet to permit the exercise of the right of collective self-defense

The Peace and Mission Center
Japan Mennonite Christian Church Conference
September 20, 2014

The Peace and Mission Center of the Japan Mennonite Christian Church Conference, following the words
of the Bible, protests the Abe administration for having forced the decision of the cabinet to allow for the
exercise of the right of collective self-defense.

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ECOWEB awarded with Gawad KALASAG - Best CSO by RDRRMC-10

KALASAG AwardPlease note: This article originally appeared on ECOWEB's Facebook page. There you can see even more pictures.

ECOWEB is awarded Gawad "KALASAG" (Kalamidad at Sakuna LAbanan, SAriling Galing ang Kaligtasan) excellence award for being adjudged as the Best CSO by the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (RDRRMC) of Region X. On behalf of ECOWEB, Executive Director Regina Salvador-Antequisa with Program Coordinator Haylin Lim III and Board of Trustee Elsa Maquiling did receive the award bestowed by Dir. Ana C. Caneda, Chairperson, RDRRMC-X together with other members of the council. The Gawad Kalasag awarding ceremony was done during the 2014 National Disaster Consciousness Month (NDCM) Culmination held on July 31, 2014 at the VIP Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City.

The Gawad KALASAG award is a recognition by the RDRRMC-10 of the ECOWEB’s great contribution in the successful implementation of DRRM programs in Region 10. 

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