GIZ – CPS Lanao Peace Partnership (LPP) conducted a Multi-stakeholders Forum on the New Roadmap to Peace of the Current Administration on December 5, 2016 at Lai-Lai Garden Function Hall, Pala-o, Iligan City.
The one-day forum was organized to provide a space for dialogue on the developments in the peace process, especially with the current administration. The event was attended by _____ participants, from the _____ sectors.
Sustaining dialogue is relevant at this juncture considering the inclination of some sectors on extremism following the failure and frustration of legislating the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL). This forum also intends to cascade information efficiently and effectively to enable and sustain the gains of peace at the grassroots level.
About the Lanao Peace Partnership
Lanao Peace Partnership (LPP) is composed of MSU-IIT Institute for Peace and Development in Mindanao (IPDM), Civil Society Organization Forum for Peace (CSOFP), and Pailig Development Foundation (PDFI) in cooperation with GIZ-Civil Peace Service and other civil society networks.
The partners are committed to effectively contribute in increasing multi-stakeholders’ knowledge and in democratizing the peace process to improve social cohesion and empower the people in transforming social conflict positively.