PEACE GROUPS APPEAL TO GPH-NDFP: Resume Peace Talks; Work for Permanent, Bilateral Ceasefire The Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID) expresses its deepest concern with the cessation of the unilateral ceasefires by both the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the Communist Party of the Philippines-National Democratic Front of the Philippines (CPP-NDFP), and […]
Last November 10-16, 2016, a delegation of Colombian IP leaders went to the Philippines on ...
“Civilian participation in the peace process” has been a core mantra of the Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID) for more than fifteen (15) years already. And there have been inroads as regards the meaningful participation of communities and civil society in its engagement with the key actors and the peace process through its peacebuilding and peoples’ solidarity discourse.
Davao City launches multi-sectoral action on September 21, International Day of Peace. Part of the event was the “Barug Dabaw, Barug Kalinaw” silent march and tribute for peace and honoring all victims of violence, past to present.
Gus Miclat, of Initiatives for International Dialogue and GPPAC Southeast Asia, talks about the value of a global network of locals such as the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC).
The Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID) is a Philippines-based advocacy institution promoting human security, democratization and people-to-people solidarity.
IID conducts policy advocacy and campaign programs on Burma, Mindanao, Southern Thailand, West Papua, and East Timor.