MPI 14th Annual Peacebuilding Training in the Philippines

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The call for applications to the Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute Foundation, Inc. (MPI) 14th Annual Peacebuilding Training is now open.

The training will be held from May 20 to June 7, 2013 at Davao City, Philippines.

The training brings together a wide range of people with experience, knowledge and skills in peace-related work from across the Asia-Pacific Region and other parts of the world. It offers intensive courses in areas such as conflict transformation, peace education, interfaith dialogue, transformative justice, active non-violence, trauma healing and grassroots peacebuilding, that are taught by a distinguished roster of facilitators from Asia-Pacific and other countries.

For MPI 2013, MPI is offering three new courses – Bottom-Up Transformation: Experiences and Practices of Grassroots Peacebuilding in Mindanao (Field-Based course); Faith-Based Community Peacebuilding (Field-Based course); and Pursuing Development and Peacebuilding: Theories, Practice and Change.

For more training details and the list of all the available courses, log on to the MPI website: www.mpiasia.net

or download the MPI 2013 Annual Peacebuilding Training Brochure and Application Form.

The deadline for the receipt of applications is on March 31, 2013

NOTE: Please be informed that MPI does not have funding for scholarships for this year’s training.

MINDANAO PEACEBUILDING INSTITUTE FOUNDATION, INC.

Apt. 301 Casa Graciana Inn, 6 Juna Avenue, Juna Subdivision

Matina, Davao City 8000, Philippines

Telefax: (63-82) 295-3776

                          Email: mpi@mpiasia.net

                          Website: www.mpiasia.net

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