Government of the Repu blic of the Philippines (GRP) – Rebolusyon aryong Partido ng Manggagawa ng Mind anao (RPM-M) Peace Proc ess. The “Other” Peace Process. The Peace Processes. Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) – Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF)
Government of the Republicof the Philippines(GRP) –RebolusyonaryongPartido ngManggagawa ngMindanao(RPM-M) PeaceProcess
The “Other” Peace Process
(Revolutionary Workers’ Party of Mindanao)
Chairperson:Usec. Nabil A. Tan
Members :Usec. Virgilio L. Leyritana,Sr.
Hon. Janette Serrano-
Chairperson:Moniva D. Pascual
Members :Freiderick Montes
Adviser :Ike de los Reyes
Head: Kaloy Manlupig
Local Consultations Team
Formal Talks Team:
Empowered and sustainable communities are the real foundation of lasting peace. The process itself (and not the process’ end) will already allow these communities to win small victories, and build peace by and for themselves. The final resolution is important but communities need not wait for this. Building peace is here and now.
GRP – RPM-M Peace Process
GRP – RPM-M
GRP – RPM-M Peace Process
B. Local Peace Consultations
Institutionalizing stakeholders’ participation thru local consultations
Local Peace Consultations Areas
Peace Consultation Areas
C. Project Implementation (Community Development Support Block Fund)
Challenges for the process
What do we still need to do?
1.1 Regular caucuses, informal meetings, consultations
1.2 Regular phone calls
1.3 Formal Talks
- Signing of the Final Peace Agreement?
2.1 Local Consultations in 15 remaining barangays
2.2 Local Consultations in another 100 indicative barangays
3.1 Package proposals for priority projects
3.2 Negotiate for funds, follow up commitments
3.3 Project implementation
- remaining 39 barangays for project implementation
4.1 Signing of the Manual of Operations
4.2 Organize Local Coordinating and Monitoring Teams
4.3 Develop/Install Monitoring & Evaluation System
Peace is not a thing to possess,but a way of possessing;
Peace is not a gift to be given, but a way of giving;
Peace is not a topic to teach,but a way of teaching;
Peace is not a theory to learn,but a way of learning;
Peace is not an opinion to hold,but a way of holding;
Peace is not a resolution of strife,but a way of striving;
Peace is not a creed to preach,but a way of preaching;
Peace is not a god to serve,but a way of serving;
Peace is not a question to ask,but a way of asking;
Peace is not an answer to seek,but a way of seeking;
Peace is not journey’s end, but a way of journeying.
And so our journey for peace continues…..