Center for Peace Education (CPE) 

The PX or Chi Rho symbolizes Christ, the great Teacher of peace, justice and love. The dove is a universal peace symbol. The circle is our world and Mother Earth, the common home of all humans, whose unity with the Earth and with each other is imperative for a life of peace. 


The Center’s mission is to help advance a culture of peace through education.

A culture of peace is a set of values, modes of behavior and ways of life that reflects respect for life and for human dignity, rejects violence in all its forms, prevents violent conflicts by tackling their root causes, and recognizes the importance of cooperation, tolerance and dialogue.


  • To institutionalize and strengthen the peace education thrust of Miriam College through faculty training, curriculum development and student development programs.
  • To help promote the culture of peace in the larger society by sharing Miriam College’s inspiration, knowledge and experience with other groups and educational institutions, including those that are underserved.
  • To network and develop partnerships with other peace-oriented groups and with all people of goodwill towards building a culture of peace.


  • Teacher-training on peace education
  • Student Development 
  • Conflict Resolution training
  • Peer Mediation training
  • Youth Conferences
  • Curriculum Development
  • Materials Development
  • Peace Advocacy
  • Networking - National and Global

  The Center for Peace Education also acts as the secretariat for the Women Engaged in Action on 1325 (WE Act 1325) network. This network, composed of 34 women, human rights and peace organizations nationwide, focuses on pushing forward the agenda on women, peace and security. The main objective of the network is to aid in the implementation and monitoring of the Philippine National Action Plan (P-NAP) on UNSCR 1325 and 1820.

WE Act 1325 receives support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Australian Government in the conduct of its programs and projects. Currently the network through its members is undertaking Women’s Projects for Peace in various conflict-affected areas, engaging with the security sector on women, peace and security, collaborating with Local Government Units in the localization of the P-NAP on UNSCR 1325 and 1820, and conducting Women Working for Normalization capacity-building workshops in key areas in Mindanao. 

For more information visit or look for weact1325 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Contact Information

Center for Peace Education
1st Floor, ESI Building
Miriam College
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City 1108 Philippines

(+632) 435-9231
(+632) 580-5400 to 29 extn. 3550
Fax (+632) 4359231


  Center for Peace Education

Dominique Felicia Marie Dizon
Pax Christi

An Essay  |  May 2014

CPE Updates
April 2014

Mindanao Week of Peace Report
School Year 2013-2014 

WE Act 1325 Submits Consultation Results to Bangsamoro Transition Commission
Administration and Staff
Jasmin Nario-Galace, Ph.D.
Executive Director

Loreta N. Castro, Ph.D. 
Program Director

Mirma Mae Tica
Program Coordinator