GenPeace Dialogue Training Workshop

The participants learned dialogue and advocacy skills during the training. Part of the training also identified the principles of dialogue that GenPeace ascribes to. The GenPeace dialogue principle can also be seen on this site.

The participants learned dialogue and advocacy skills during the training. Part of the training also identified the principles of dialogue that GenPeace ascribes to. The GenPeace dialogue principle can also be seen on this site.

Youth leaders from the GenPeace network as well as other youth leaders in their communities underwent this training to increase their capacities in dialogue and lobbying. Also, prominent leaders from the civil society in the country are invited to share their experiences and learnings in using dialogue as a primary tool for non-violent conflict resolution in their fields. The experiences of a community Muslim leader, a community organizer working for agrarian reform, and a former National Secretary of the Department of Social Welfare and Development shared their experiences in dialogue as well as strategies that they use for their advocacies.

 

We were also able to have a follow-up dialogue with the head of the Technical Working Group of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front where we asked questions related to the current issues that the peace process face, the obstacles and the ways to move forward in a political impasse with the government.

 

Posted on April 29, 2009, in Events and Youth Network Activities and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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