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CENTER FOR PEACE EDUCATION

 

The Center for Peace Education is one of Miriam College’s three advocacy centers. We promote a culture of peace through peace education and advocacy. To reach peace, we teach peace. Peace courses are offered in the College and peace concepts and values are infused in certain subjects in MC’s basic education units where students are trained in conflict resolution and peer mediation. Annually, Miriam College celebrates the International Day of Peace and the Mindanao Week of Peace. On both occasions, members of the community organize activities that raise awareness on peace issues of the day. During the Mindanao Week of Peace, community members raise funds to support peace-related causes as well as our twin school in Mindanao, the Rajah Muda High School.

 

OUR MISSION

To promote a culture of peace which 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, and recognizes the importance of cooperation, tolerance, dialogue, and women’s participation

  • BUILDING A CULTURE OF PEACE

    We take inspiration from the UNESCO Declaration that a culture of peace is essentially a set of values and modes of behavior that respects life and human dignity, upholds human solidarity and cooperation, rejects violence in all its forms and prevents violent conflicts by tackling their root causes.

  • CAMPAIGNING FOR NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE

    We believe that nonviolence is the ethical, practical, and effective pathway towards creating positive social change. 

  • CHALLENGING PREJUDICE AND TEACHING TOLERANCE

    It has been asserted that humans have a propensity toward prejudice, particularly against those who are considered the “different other,” which in turn, has resulted in various forms of exclusion, intolerance, and discrimination. We educate educators and youth to challenge prejudice and social exclusion.

 

News & Events

Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons and War

The Center for Peace Education (CPE), in partnership with Peace Boat, organized a forum on “Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons and War” with Ms. Meri Joyce of Peace Boat, Ms. Yumi Iwasaki of...

CPE Attends the 8th Biennial Meeting of States to the UN Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons

The Center for Peace Education participated in the 8th Biennial Meeting of States to the United Nations Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons  (UN PoA) at the UN Headquarters in New York...

Miriam College Shares Good Peace Education Practices in the ASEAN-IPR and Philippine HEIs Virtual Learning Exchange

The Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace, Reconciliation and Unity (OPAPRU), in partnership with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ Institute for Peace & Reconciliation (ASEAN-IPR), o...

Peace Week and Catholic Nonviolence Days of Action 2021

In celebration of the annual Peace Week and Catholic Nonviolence Days of Action, the Center for Peace Education (CPE) in coordination with the Peace Champs of Miriam College Quezon City, and Miriam Co...

Commemoration of the Hiroshima-Nagasaki Tragedy: A Testimony Session of a Hibakusha, Ms. Koko Kondo

The Center for Peace Education, in partnership with Peace Boat and Pax Christi Pilipinas, organized a Testimony Session with a Hibakusha, Ms. Koko Kondo, titled: “Every second counts for the survivor...

Coming into the New Year with Peace

The Center for Peace Education (CPE) welcomed 2021 continuing its momentum of webinars and other activities that focused on peace and nonviolence at various levels, from the family to the internationa...

CPE, CoTeach and Family Studies Program organized Peaceful Parenting webinars

In partnership with CoTeach (Collaborative Teacher-Assisted Classes for Homeschoolers) and Family Studies Program, the Center for Peace Education organized Peaceful Parenting webinars attended by over...

Mindanao Solidarity Week Forum – Bangsamoro Transition and Marawi Rehab: Where Are We Now?

In celebration of the Mindanao Solidarity Week (MSW), the Center for Peace Education (CPE) in partnership with Pax Christi Pilipinas and Pax Christi Miriam College organized the forum “Bangsamoro Tra...

Peace Week and Catholic Nonviolence Days of Action 2020

In celebration of this year’s International Day of Peace and Catholic Nonviolence Days of Action, the Center for Peace Education (CPE) organized a series of activities highlighting the themes: "Makin...

Alab ng Kapayapaan (Sparks of Peace): Women Peacekeepers in the Philippines Online Premiere

Miriam College-Center for Peace Education (CPE), with support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy Manila, premiered a full-length documentary "Alab ng Kapayapaan (Sparks of Peace): Women Peacekeepers in ...

CPE releases "From Breakdown to Breakthrough" vlog series

The Center for Peace Education would like to offer an online resource created by our very own MC faculty and alumni in the fields of Family Studies, Psychology and Communication. “From Breakdown to B...

CPE Reaches Out to Myanmar

CPE, in cooperation with the Kalyana Mitta Development Foundation (KMF) of Myanmar, conducted a Peace Education Seminar with the KMF staff and professors from the Yangon University of Education and th...

At the Frontline: Women Peacekeepers in the Philippines

The Center for Peace Education-Miriam College is pleased to share its latest publication -- At the Frontline: Women Peacekeepers in the Philippines. Launched last 13 December 2019 at Discovery Suites,...

CPE joins the 74th UNGA-First Committee

Center for Peace Education joins Control Arms from October 17-25, 2019 for the 74th United Nations General Assembly First Committee on Disarmament and International Security (UNGA-First Committee) at ...

2019 Week of Peace: Collective Action for Climate and Peace

Every year, Peace Day is celebrated on the 21st day of September. It is a day of opportunity and reminder for humanity to continually and actively commit to Peace above all differences. This year the ...

WePeace: 2019 Women Peacekeeping Training

The Center for Peace Education (CPE), with support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Manila, conducted the first two legs of the 2019 Women, Peace and Security training for community women in Aleosa...

The Ladies Are Coming: Women Taking the Lead in Peace and Security

Last 31 January 2019, the Center for Peace Education with support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Manila, conversed with the women peacekeepers of the North -- the Bontoc Women’s Brigade and the ...

Center for Peace Education Representatives Speak at the 2019 PyeongChang Global Peace Forum

Dr. Gail Reyes-Galang, CPE Associate, and Sophia Dianne C. Garcia, CPE Project Officer, attended the 2019 PyeongChang Global Peace Forum held at PyeongChang Alpensia International Convention Center, G...

CPE conducts Peace Education Training for BEU Faculty

The Miriam College Center for Peace Education conducted a half-day training for a total of approximately 300 faculty members of the Child Study Center, Lower School, Middle School, and High School uni...

Media for Women, Peace and Security

Miriam College Center for Peace Education (CPE), together with the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders (GNWP), and Balay Mindanaw Foundation, Inc. (BMF) organized a consultation meeting with the mem...
 

WHO WE ARE

Meet the members of the Center for Peace Education

 

 

Stories

"Gawin ang Tama" by Omra Sultan | Poetry

Mga kapwa ko kaibigan,Gawin nating matatag ang samahan – Maging sa kakilala o hindi man – Sa lugar na kinaroroonan ng kapayapaan.

Norjana Malik

Nararapat na ang mga batang tulad ko ay sama-samang makihalok at tumulong na gumawa ng hakbang patungo sa kapayapaan, dahil sa kagustuhan ng isang tao na makamit ang tunay na kapayapaan ay wala sae da...

Abdulrahman Guiapal

Maraming salamat sa Miriam College at Rajah Muda National High School sa pagtataguyod ng ganitong mga programa na nakapagbibigay linaw sa tunay na kahulugan ng kapayapaan at nagging inspirasyon naming...

Sam Paradero

I learned that our differences, like religion, school, or culture, are not hindrances for us to interact with and know other people. All it takes is just a little courage to reach out and talk to one ...

Ricka Padolina

I learned the following: First, peace is something that should start from inside us. Second, it is fun and enriching to make friends with people of another culture and language. Lastly, I should alway...

Joharie Sanaday Esmail

Nang dahil sa scholarship na ibinigay ng MC Center for Peace Education, nakamit ko pa ang apat na taong kursong, Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in Technology and Livelihood Education, sa Unive...

Maxene De Castro

Ang workshop ng CPE ukol sa ??? ay nagpapalaganap ng kapayapaan sa pagitan ng mga mananampalataya ng mga relihiyong Islam at Katolisismo at iba pang mga relihiyon. Mas naintindihan ko ang mga bagay na...

Zuharto Abas

Our students from the Suara nu Kalilintad Club of Rajah Muda National High School are very grateful to have this opportunity to participate in it. This will help them a lot in molding our youth to bec...

Iverly Viar

Working with the Center for Peace Education gave us more platform and opportunities to advance our advocacy work. I can say that this is very prominent in instances wherein Pax Christi Miriam College ...

Bianca Pabotoy

Working close with people from CPE showed me that an advocate of peace is not just limited to those formally studying it. Anyone, at any age, can contribute and has an important role to play in peace ...

Marco Gutang

Miriam College Center for Peace Education has played a great role in developing me as a peace educator throughout the years. It has connected me with excellent mentors and trainers who have guided me,...

Arlan dela Cruz

Our young preservice teachers as agents of peace: specifically, as peace educators, as spiritual leaders in the classroom, and as advocates of nonviolent conflict peaceful resolution for young student...
 

CONTACT US

  • ADDRESS:

    ESI Building, Miriam College
    Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

  • PHONE :

    +63 2 930-MCQC (6272) local 3550

  • EMAIL :

    cpe@mc.edu.ph

  • FACEBOOK :

    @CPEMiriamCollege

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