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Myanmar Must Prioritize Protection of Civilians in Rakhine State, Address the Roots of the Conflict

We, the undersigned civil society organisations, people’s organisations and individuals, affirm our belief in peoples’ right to self-identification, and the primacy of dialogue and a politically-negotiated settlement in transforming conflicts. We express our deep anguish and concern with the latest escalation of violence in Rakhine State, Burma/Myanmar, and the attacks against unarmed civilians. We condemn […]

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Promoting Pluralism In Preventing Violent Extremism: A View from Civil Society*

The interest in discussing and addressing violent extremism (VE) and its prevention in recent weeks has reached some sort of a crescendo in this country due to the lingering Marawi siege; and in the region due to the debacle of the Rohingyas in Burma/Myanmar. It has become what we call the “flavor of the month”.

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ON INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE 2017: Reassert our peace and human rights and resist authoritarian rule

The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict – Southeast Asia (GPPAC-SEA), along with partners in the broad civil society and peace movement in the Philippines today join the world and the international community in celebrating the International Day of Peace (IDP) today that was declared by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 36/67 […]

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Video: Gus on GPPAC helping build a global network of locals

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).

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GPPAC-Southeast Asia Statement on Dr. Kem Ley’s Death

We, in the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict-Southeast Asia, condemn the murder of Dr. Kem Ley, a resource person of Working Group for Peace (WGP) in Cambodia, our focal point for Cambodia. His death is a loss for the people’s movement in Cambodia and the region. We are one with his family and our members in Cambodia in their mourning, and in the search for resolution and justice for his death.

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