Folder Resources for Peacebuilders

The resources you will find here are those that can generally be found in various places around the web, though some are original documents from MPI or our colleagues, facilitators or resource persons. We have tried to catagorize them in ways relevant to MPI alumni and the courses offered during MPI's Annual Peacebuilding Training.

We welcome other resources that you feel could be posted here as long as they are ones that can be made publically available or are in the public domain. If you would like to share something here, please contact us.


Folder General Peacebuilding Resources

The resources found here are general publications or materials regarding peacebuilding. As with other materials, they are generally readily available online or we post them with permission. If you have any suggestions for resources we could post here, please contact us.

Folder Training Manuals

In this category you will find various training manuals that can be found freely available online. All are directed primarily at peacebuilding and conflict transformation or important related trainings.

Folder Peace Education

Documents and publications related to Peace Education

Folder BARMM

The Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) is the result of years of negotiation between the Government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). Being based in Mindanao, the peace processes involved in establishment of the BARMM, an ongoing process, has often been a topic of courses during MPI's Annual Peacebuilding Training and of interest to participants from both the Phiilppines and abroad.

Some of the material here may be prior to the passage of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL), but would still be of interest to those who want to understand the negotations that went on during the peace processes leading up to the BOL.

Folder Geographic Related

Resources dealing with peacebuilding in particular geographic areas.

Folder Peacebuilding Narratives

These resources are for those wishing to utilize narratives and story-telling in peacebuilding work and in dealing with trauma as a result of conflict.