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The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) is working towards a just and lasting peace for the nation and for all Filipinos.
The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) is working towards a just and lasting peace for the nation and for all Filipinos.

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What comes to your mind when you hear, "Bangsamoro police force?"

Click here to learn more about the envisioned Bangsamoro police force and the role of the Independent Commission on Policing (ICP): http://bit.ly/1bpJ3qE

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What is real peace?

Is it sitting comfortably in your chair? Waking up everyday with your routine schedule ahead? Eating three times a day? A life revolving around work, house and night-outs? A life unaffected by the gun shots, the hunger, the discrimination and the suffering? For some people, all is peaceful and just because they’re living comfortably everyday, untouched, untroubled. But is this really peace?

See more: http://opapp.gov.ph/features/real-peace

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Question: What is Republic Act (RA) 9851 and why is it important?

Answer: http://bit.ly/1iMQUQH

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." - Eleanor Roosevelt

Together we can make the dream of just and lasting peace a reality. #tiwala #iamforpeace

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Mindanao Week of Peace 2013. Members of the Civil Society Organization Lanao del Norte Partnership for Peace and Development and the Interfaith Council celebrate the first day of the Mindanao Week of Peace with OPAPP Undersecretary Luisito Montalbo together with MNLF members, AFP, PNP, and LGU leaders headed by Mayor Joselito Miquiabas at the MNLF Camp Datu Tomanong, Brgy. Pagayawan, Bacolod, Lanao del Norte. This year's celebration is themed "Dialogue and Hope: Our Key to Peace."
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[#PeaceFacts] In 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono used their honeymoon as an opportunity to promote world peace. In what they called a "Bed-in for Peace," the duo, in their pajamas, talked about peace before the world's media. They did this everyday for an entire week from 9 am to 9 pm. 

This just goes to show that everyone, in their own unique and special little ways, can promote peace.

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"We cannot change the past, but we can change our attitude toward it. Uproot guilt and plant forgiveness. Tear out arrogance and seed humility. Exchange love for hate --- thereby, making the present comfortable and the future promising." -Maya Angelou 

Join us as we celebrate the #MindanaoWeekofPeace at the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City. Do drop by the OPAPP booth today! We'd love to hear your thoughts on the peace process!
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"If I had just relied on hearsay about Mindanao, I wouldn't have given myself the chance to discover the people and beauty here. There is more to Mindanao than the bad things that we hear." 

Given this realization, can you guess what this famous fashion designer pledged to do? 

See here to find out: http://opapp.gov.ph/news/peace-envoy-and-fashion-designer-arnold-galang-commits-design-bags-women-weavers-maguindanao
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