“Kapayapaan, Iguhit Mo!” Peace Poster Making Contest (UNAVAILABLE)

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CONTEST CLOSED.

 

 


art and peace.

 

 

PEACE MESSAGES SELECTION

Choose one peace message to use in your poster design. (40% of the

criteria for judging is based on the relevance of the poster design to

the peace messages below.)

Message 1:
KAPAYAPAAN
Abot-kaya kung tayo ay kalahok!

- Tiyakin ang mga karapatang pantao ng bawat mamamayan.

- Pag-ibayuhin ang matapat na negosasyon o peace talks sa mga

rebeldeng grupo tungo sa makatarungan kasunduan.

- Itaguyod ang mga panlipunang reporma upang matapos ang

kahirapan.

- Baguhin ang pulitika tungo sa marangal na paglilingkod ng mga

pinuno at aktibong pakikilahok ng mga mamamayan

- Ipalaganap ang kultura ng kapayapaan at pakikipagkapwa, lalo na

sa ibang grupo, tribu, relihiyon, o paniniwala.

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Message 2:
KARAPATAN MO BILANG MAMAMAYAN!

1. Karapatang hindi maaresto kung walang “warrant of arrest”,

maliban na lang kung mahuli sa akto nang paggawa ng krimen.

2. Kung ikaw ay aarestuhin, may karapatan kang ipaalam sa

kamag-anak, kaibigan, o kapitbahay na ikaw ay aarestuhin.

3. May karapatan kang tumawag o humingi ng abogado kung ikaw ay

naaresto.

4. May karapatan kang hindi halughugin ang iyong bahay at kagamitan

nang walang “search warrant”.

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Message 3:
Build Peaceful Communities!!!

1. Support and participate in community dialogues.

2. Take part in establishing zones of peace or sanctuaries of peace.

3. Know the peace and human rights issues in your communities.

4. Respect and use community-based or indigenous means of resolving

conflicts.

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Message 4:
Promote a Culture of Peace for Children and the Youth!

1. Oppose all forms of violence against youth and children.

2. Condemn violations of human rights and advance structural

justice.

3. Work actively against all forms of discrimination.

4. Adhere to non-violent approaches in resolving conflict.

5. Uphold the clamor for determining and shaping the youth’s own

identity.

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Posted on September 5, 2007, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. good day! im so happy that you conducted a contest like this. now that i had given the chance to showed-up my own interpretation of real peace. Thank you… and peace be with you ALL.

  2. Good day i would just like to ask if the organization will be having another poster-making contest this year or by next year (2009) please do give me some details because I would like to be participating in this kind of activity… thank very much and more power!

  3. My name is Ginger Martin. I started a crime prevention business called MO/PEACE two years ago. I would like to present a 10 minuet in-service to you, and your co-workers at your next staff meeting. This is an opportunity for us to network and for you to learn more about MO/PEACE, Conflict Resolution and Anger Management. I have worked previously for many non-profit Community Based Organizations like Glide, SAGE, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics Inc., the Safety Network Program, Baker Places, and Walden House. I have developed a uniquely original and innovative training manual that I believe addresses interpersonal conflicts with a fresh perspective. I believe there are healthier ways to communicate that can reduce our negative responses to anger and conflict. Therefore reduce personal trauma, family deterioration and recidivism inherent to incarceration. I believe that I have a unique talent that allows me to reach diverse populations and empower individuals. My personal story and my enthusiasm related to recovery and development are infectious. Please contact me to set up an in-service at your convenience.
    I believe that it is our entire community that is in need of conflict resolution so as not to perpetuate the chain of abuse inherent in unhealthy problem solving, conflict, community deterioration and domestic violence. A harmful emotional reaction to problem solving can affect everyone who is in contact with unhealthy coping skills. The first concern in violent crime and abuse is for the victim’s safety and protection. After which Treatment for all survivors of trauma, abuse, and violence is crucial so that each one can process their own personal experience, become more self aware, and start to repair the effects. Conflict in the workplace can escalate costs pertaining to rehiring and retraining. I am offering Seminars, Training and Consultations to anyone who wants to learn Anger Management techniques, Conflict Resolution skills, and communication methodology. I offer my services to anyone affected by trauma, who wants to address unhealthy relationships, has experienced conflict issues and or domestic violence. These intensive informative trainings concentrate on anger management tools.
    Through these trainings participants gain knowledge, take personal responsibility, create a network of tools to break the chain of unhealthy problem solving, and learn how to renovate their communication process. I can bring my trainings to a variety of individuals, businesses, management, employees, groups, non-profit services, staff, clients, schools, teachers, and students.
    I have been working in the field of Conflict Resolution for over 18 years, First as a survivor of domestic violence and then as a facilitator of Anger Management workshops. I personally developed a hands-on help line for emergency crisis calls specifically for women, anger, and abuse issues, housed out of my home. I then began an intensive journey of educating myself, collaborating with local non-profits, City Government, San Francisco Police, Community Courts and more recently Juvenile Hall. I have for the past several years taught as a guest speaker at San Francisco’s City College for the Prerequisite Alcohol and Drug Counselors Certificate program.
    If you are interested in my services, please feel free to contact me. I excel giving trainings to large diverse groups and I can meet with an individual for a private confidential consultation. I also can make suggestions, referrals and write letters to the courts regarding legal matters. I personally believe that information is power and that I have a lot to offer.

    GINGER MARTIN
    CONSULTANT/EDUCATOR/TRAINER
    San Francisco, CA.
    415-566-1510
    Parkorg@hotmail.com
    MISSION STATEMENT

    The mission of MO/Peace is to prevent, address and respond to all types of violence and abuse utilizing Accountability, educational presentations, Anger management, Conflict resolution, advocacy, networking,
    consulting, and trainings.

  4. kelan po aq ulit magkakaroon ng poster making contest dis 2010

    • We haven’t planned for a poster making contest this year. But we have something in return, a poetry and prose competition. Hopefully you and your organization/friends will join it as well.

  5. carmel tomimbang

    may poster making contest po ba kayo ulit this year?gusto po sana sumali ng aking mga anak.thank you po and more power!

  6. carmel tomimbang

    hope for your reply,soon!

  7. Paumanhin po ngunit wala pong nakatalang poster making contest ngayong taon. Maraming salamat sa inyong suporta. Baka po nais ninyo na sumama sa mga Peace Day celebration o sa Photo Petition Campaign ng GenPeace. Nakalagay po sa http://genpeace.tk/ ang mga detalye ng kampanya at ng mga iba’t-ibang pagdiriwang.

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