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PeaceTech Invites YOU to JOIN the 4th Batch of Peace Through Technology Training Program

Written By David D'Angelo on Monday, April 25, 2011 | 4/25/2011

PeaceTech is conducting its 4th batch of the Peace Through Technology Program from May 24-30, 2011. It will be a one-week long workshop that will tackle Facilitation and Peace Building, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), ICT as a tool for building understanding between people from different backgrounds, and Project management.  This training is for free.

PeaceTech is an organization whose mission is to promote the use of technology and dialogue in building respect and understanding between groups of people. Through the use of technology to bring people from different groups together across large distances, they build bridges of understanding, reduce ignorance, and, ultimately, lessen conflict.

PeaceTech is looking for dynamic young advocates from Metro Manila in the fields of peace building; Information and Communications Technology (ICT); social entrepreneurship; and sustainable development. This program offers you an opportunity to work alongside young leaders who are committed to change and who are dedicated to being that change!

The 2010 Peace through Technology Training is a nationwide program for Filipino youth. This training program has already connected youth from Zamboanga City with Metro Manila, Iligan City with Metro Manila, and General Santos City with Metro Manila.

Watch the video below to see what the training program is all about.



The fourth batch will complete the program cycle and PeaceTech is selecting 20 youth leaders from Cotabato City and connect them with 20 youth leaders from Metro Manila for a training that would provide them with skills and theory in key areas of Peace and Technology.


To register and know more about the Peace through Technology Training visit http://bit.ly/peacetraining.




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