Localizing the National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security: The Philippine Experience

Year: 2017

Mavic Cabrera–Balleza, Loreta Castro, and Christine Veloso Lao

Marylin Pintor and Ruth Sanchez (Agusan del Norte); Eva Ranas, Rosemarie
Rodriguez, and Ar-man Rueda (Calbiga, Samar); Bernadette Caberto
(Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija); Conrad Vargas and Lin-da Villaflor (Real, Quezon);
Grail Lawagan and Twinkle Bautista (Tabuk City, Kalinga); Christine Veloso
Lao (Chapters 2, 3, and 4); and Rosario Maligalig (Chapters 2 and 4)

This Sourcebook is about teaching students to be peacemakers. It includes basic knowledge and skills regarding conflict resolution and peer mediation, which they need to acquire, to enable them to serve as effective peer mediators. The Sourcebook has been designed to be the main resource material for a training workshop on the subject. It is based on a survey of literature on conflict resolution and peer mediation programs and from the insights of participants in the Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation workshops that the Center for Peace Education has conducted the past six years. 


Peace Education
A pathway to a culture of peace

Loreta Navarro-Castro
Jasmin Nario-Galace


Peace Education Training Manual

For GPPAC-Southeast Asia

Loreta N. Castro

CPE 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


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