Information & Communications Team

Author's details

Date registered: 14.December.2010
URL: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org

Biography

The Information & Communications Team (ICT) is a group of volunteer writers and web designers at PeaceBuilders Community Incorporated (PBCI) who are working from different parts of the globe. Their task is to share PBCI's Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) activities — like, inclusive development initiatives, social entrepreneurial training, multiplication of effective peacebuilding workers, conflict transformation consulting, and restorative justice processes. PBCI is a community of missionaries who are dreaming and working together for a just, radical, and active non-violent transformation of our beautiful land.

Latest posts

  1. HOW WE LOOK AT THE MARAWI CRISIS AND THE MINDANAO MARTIAL LAW — 01.June.2017
  2. PAR TRAINING ALUMNI IN CAPIZ ORGANIZED THEMSELVES AS PROVINCIAL PAR COMMUNITY — 29.May.2017
  3. KALINGA CFP-PAR TEAM PREPARES TO START ‘CONRADO BALWEG PEACE FARM’ — 13.May.2017
  4. JOJI PANTOJA, OUR INA, HAS BEEN AWARDED AS ONE OF THE ‘2017 INSPIRING FILIPINA ENTREPRENEURS’ — 05.April.2017
  5. OUR CEO AFFIRMS PBCI PARTICIPATION IN A CAPACITY-BUILDING CONSORTIUM — 19.March.2017

Most commented posts

  1. NORTHERN MINDANAO LEADERS INITIATE PAR MINISTRY — 4 comments
  2. PBCI SUPPORTS GPH-NDFP PEACE TALKS — 4 comments
  3. ROSABEL NAROMAL LEADS IN WRITING OUR PAPER ON MINING — 4 comments
  4. THE 2013 ZAMBOANGA CRISIS: A CASE OF ‘SHOCK DOCTRINE’ APPLICATION? — 3 comments
  5. COTABATO CITY CHRISTIAN LEADERS WELCOME PAR MINISTRY — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

Jun 01 2017

HOW WE LOOK AT THE MARAWI CRISIS AND THE MINDANAO MARTIAL LAW

The Marawi Crisis started on 23 May 2017 when the Philippine government security forces and the Maute Group — who were joined by the Abu Sayyaf groups, and claimed themselves to be part of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) — got engaged in a bloody armed clash.   The skirmishes began when …

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May 29 2017

PAR TRAINING ALUMNI IN CAPIZ ORGANIZED THEMSELVES AS PROVINCIAL PAR COMMUNITY

23-27 May 2017.  The 241 graduates of Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) Training Program in Capiz have organized themselves as founding members of the PAR movement in this province. The graduates selected 11 of their fellow PAR advocates to be the officers of the new Capiz PAR Community.   They are: Jino Lumbo, President Rolly Payas, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/05/par-training-alumni-in-capiz-organized-themselves-as-provincial-par-community/

May 13 2017

KALINGA CFP-PAR TEAM PREPARES TO START ‘CONRADO BALWEG PEACE FARM’

08-12 May 2017. The Kalinga Investing Partners of Coffee for Peace (CFP) spent a week in Davao City and completed the Introductory Seminar on Peace and Reconciliation Principles and Practice and a basic orientation on coffee processing and roasting. This is a preparatory requirement for all CFP investing partners and prospective operation managers.  The Kalinga …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/05/kalinga-cfp-par-team-prepares-to-start-conrado-balweg-peace-farm/

Apr 05 2017

JOJI PANTOJA, OUR INA, HAS BEEN AWARDED AS ONE OF THE ‘2017 INSPIRING FILIPINA ENTREPRENEURS’

We’re inspired by the life and work of our Ina — Tagalog term of respect for ‘mother’. Joji Pantoja is the CEO of Coffee For Peace, Inc. (CFP) and our Ina at PeaceBuilders Community, Inc. (PBCI). The partnership between CFP and PBCI in advocating Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) principles and practices was once again affirmed …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/04/joji-pantoja-our-ina-has-been-awarded-as-one-of-the-inspiring-filipina-entrepreneur-2017/

Mar 19 2017

OUR CEO AFFIRMS PBCI PARTICIPATION IN A CAPACITY-BUILDING CONSORTIUM

The consortium is called Project CHIC (Capacity-building for Humanitarian Initiatives in Capiz) and is consisted of PeaceBuilders Community, Inc. (PBCI), Philippine Relief and Development Services (PHILRADS), and International Care Ministries (ICM).   The project proposal was approved 10 months ago and actual implementation has been going on for the past 9 months. The funding partners include StartNetwork, ChristianAid, …

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Feb 20 2017

JOJI REPRESENTED PBCI AT MWC EXECUTIVE AND COMMISSIONS MEETINGS IN GERMANY

Augsburg, Germany, 13-16 February 2017.  Joji Pantoja, our Chief Operations Officer at PeaceBuilders Community, participated at the Mennonite World Conference (MWC) executive and commissions meeting. She was there specifically to attend to her responsibilities as chairperson of the MWC Peace Commission.   Joji was excited to report the following accomplishments of the MWC Peace Commission …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/02/joji-represented-pbci-at-mwc-executive-and-commissions-meetings-in-germany/

Feb 15 2017

PEACE ADVOCATES: “NO TO ALL-OUT WAR! YES TO ALL-OUT PEACE!”

Our hearts and minds resonate with the voices of our colleagues at the ALL-OUT PEACE MOVEMENT.   ALL-OUT PEACE RATHER THAN ALL-OUT WAR   Alarmed by the recent announcement of an all-out war by the Philippine government through Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana against the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), New People’s Army (NPA) and …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/02/peace-advocates-no-to-all-out-war-yes-to-all-out-peace/

Feb 10 2017

PEACEBUILDERS COMMUNITY CALLS FOR THE RESUMPTION OF THE FORMAL GRP-NDFP PEACE TALKS

We, a community of peace and reconciliation field missionaries and volunteers, respectfully call on all parties and stakeholders to resume the formal peace talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).   Our call is primarily from a faith-perspective. We are making this …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/02/peacebuilders-community-calls-for-the-resumption-of-the-formal-grp-ndfp-peace-talks-and-the-reinstatement-of-jasig/

Feb 04 2017

THE ROOTS OF PAR KALINGA IS GROWING DEEPER

Peace and Reconciliation (PAR) is a long-term process and commitment. The beginnings of PAR Kalinga started seven years ago. Our approach was to listen and learn and seek the Spirit’s leading on how to proceed. We are still listening, and will continue to listen to the voice of the Spirit as our relationship takes root …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/02/the-roots-of-par-kalinga-is-growing-deeper/

Jan 28 2017

TALA EXPLORES PARTNERSHIP WITH CONVENTION OF PHILIPPINE BAPTIST CHURCHES

Twinkle ‘Tala’ Bautista is our PAR Partnership Designer and Inclusive Development Mentor assigned in Panay Island. Her major task is to establish connections with various Christian groups, government agencies, and civil society organizations for the purpose of sharing Peace and Reconciliation principles and practice as an approach towards inclusive, transformational development.   Through word of …

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Permanent link to this article: http://peacebuilderscommunity.org/2017/01/tala-facilitates-par-partnership-with-convention-baptists/

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