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Civic peace initiatives

A table of civic peace initiatives categorised by objectives and scope.

A table of civic peace initiatives categorised by objectives and scope.

Civic peace initiatives

A table of civic peace initiatives categorised by objectives and scope.


 


 












































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National initiatives


Regional initiatives


Local initiatives


Protection, defence and resistence to violence


Citizen’s Mandate for Peace, Life and Liberty; The "No Más" Movement; Ruta Pacifica de las Mujeres; Conscientous Objector’s Group


Bajo Atrato Peace Communities; ‘Nasa’ project


San Jose de Apartado Peace Community; Self-Determination, Life and Dignity Communities of Cacarica (CAVIDA); Women in Black; Murindo Committee of All United 
for Life and Peace; Public Consultation of Aguachica


Peace education


Children’s Movement for Peace; Media for Peace; Peace Week; National Pilgrimage for Life, Justice and Peace; Movement for Non-Violence in Colombia;


School of Peace and Cohabitation; Montes de María Communications Collective; Network for Community Justice and Treatment of Conflicts;


 


Deepening democracy


Strengthening of Marginalised Sectors (Planeta Paz); Initiative for the Monitoring of Plan Colombia (Paz Colombia); Citizens’s Working Groups for an Agenda for Peace; School for the Development of Democratic Leadership (Viva la Ciudadania) ; Initiative of Colombian Women for Peace; National Network of Women for Peace


Antioquia Constituent Assembly; Govenors of the South of the Country; Peace Laboratory of 
Eastern Antioquia;


Mogotes Constituent Assembly, Santander; Tarso Constituent Assembly, Antioquia; Micoahumano Constituent Assembly, Bolívar; Carare-Opón Campesinos Association; Municipality of Argelia Community Peace Assembly (ACPM); Municipal Council of Conciliation and Social Development of San Luis, Antioquia


Dialogue and negotiation


National Conciliation Commission; National Peace Council; National Network of Mayors for Peace; Civilian Facilitation Commission (ELN process)


Association of Municipalities of Alto Ariari (Ama); Departmental Councils for Peace


Municipal Peace Councils


Peace and development


 


Implementation Group for the Sustainable Development of Casanare; the 15 Peace and Development Programmes


 


Organisation and Implementation


REDEPAZ; Permanent Assembly 
of Civil Society for Peace; National Alliance of Women Against War and for Peace; University Network for Peace; Businessmen for Peace


Departmental Working Groups for Peace; National Solidarity Network (Pueblos Hermanos Lazos Visibles);


100 Peace Municipalities 
and Territories


 

Issue editor

Mauricio García-Durán

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Mauricio García-Durán is a Jesuit priest and currently Executive Director of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), Colombia. He has spent the last 25 years researching peace processes and social mobilisation for peace in Colombia. In addition, he has worked with displaced populations for the Center for Research and Popular Education (CINEP), where he was Executive Director between 2007 and 2012. He was issue editor of Accord 14: Alternatives to War – Colombia’s peace processes (2004).

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