Organizers bring Bangsamoro peace processes stories in universities

The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPPAP) in collaboration with the academe educates the students and faculty on the Bangsamoro peace processes through its initiative entitled “Peace Talk Campus Tour.”

The peace advocacy undertaking was held in Ateneo de Davao University on last Thursday (Sept 22). 

The activity started with the opening of peace booth and exhibit showcasing the milestones of the Bangsamoro peace process.

Irene Santiago, Chairperson of the GPH Implementing Panel for the Bangsamoro Accords, discussed the Duterte Administration’s Six-Point Peace and Development Agenda and the Peace Process Roadmap. 

The participants also viewed the film “Daughters of the Three Tailed Banner” by renowned Moro film maker Gutierrez Mangansakan II.

Prof. Alih S. Aiyub shared with the students and faculty the "Bangsamoro history, culture and issues, the struggle for self-determination and the quest for peace in Southern Philippines.

Aiyub said the second tour will be held on September 27 at Western Mindanao State University in Zamboanga City.

The event is in support to the peace month celebration that falls every September.