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We Want Genuine Peace: Voices of communities from Myanmar’s ceasefire areas in 2015

Based on 772 conversations carried out between November 2014 and March 2015 with 1,072 people living in six states which have ceasefires, We Want Genuine Peace presents community opinions about their direct experiences of living in conflict situations, their needs, challenges, as well as hopes for the future, all within the framework of the Myanmar peace process. Available online in both English and Burmese.

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small cover HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE THE GPH-NDFP PEACE PROCESS - COVER copyHow do you solve a problem like the GPH-NDFP Peace Process? Paradigm shifts for 2016 and beyond
How do you end a protracted, seemingly intractable, conflict that has lasted for more than 40 years? And how do you do it in a context of exhaustion and disillusion? This collection of articles by Judge Sol Santos, presents a thoughtful analysis of the peace process between the Government of the Philippines and the CPP-NPA-NDFP over the last decade. They propose alternative solutions to on-going challenges whilst highlighting the role of civil society and affected communities.
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Peace is for Everyone: Bangsamoro stories of hope, survival, pain and resistance
This publication presents the stories of almost 300 ordinary Bangsamoro men and women from Mindanao. These men and women shared their experiences regarding the last decades of conflict in Southern Philippines throughout 2015, and voice their hopes for a peaceful, better and more harmonious future.
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The overarching framework for CPCS’ approach is anchored on the principles of demand-driven interventions that address the requirements of the stakeholders and the underlying causes of the conflict:

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CAMBODIA PEACE MUSEUM

Towards national reconciliation: A peace museum for Cambodians

CPCS is in the process of establishing the Cambodia Peace Museum, an educational and experiential space geared towards supporting a wider national healing process – one which highlights the resilience of Cambodia’s people in transforming conflict and overcoming adversity, as well as the nation’s potential as a peacebuilding learning centre for it’s regional neighbours.

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ACTS MASTER'S PROGRAMME

noah presentationThe Applied Conflict Transformation Studies (ACTS) Master’s Programme is unique in the field of conflict transformation though its utilization of a hybrid academic-practitioner perspective.

The part-time programme, provided in partnership with Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia, offers a thorough, rigorous, dynamic and state-of-the-art approach, drawing on the latest developments in the field and contextual peace practices throughout Asia.

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People-vectorThe East West Management Institute (EWMI) is accepting donations for the Cambodia Peace Museum on behalf of CPCS.