Designed to enrich the skills, perspectives, and unique experiences of Moro women, the workshop places a special emphasis on the human and social dimensions of conflicts. The goal is to empower participants to play a crucial role in the peacebuilding process within their respective communities. The insights garnered from this workshop are anticipated to contribute significantly to a more holistic understanding of the root causes and far-reaching impacts of conflicts.

This expansion marks a significant milestone for IAG, which has been actively contributing to the discourse on autonomy and governance for the past 18 years, primarily in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao in the southern Philippines.

The collaboration between IAG and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Philippines aims to empower young Indigenous leaders to actively contribute to the political and economic advancement of their societies. Through this partnership, IAG underscores its commitment to nurturing and uplifting Indigenous voices, ensuring they play a pivotal role in shaping the future of their communities and the broader region.

From humble beginnings to a force for change, IAG has been a beacon of hope in Mindanao. On our 18th year, we are reminded that the work is far from over. New challenges and opportunities lie ahead, but with unity and determination, we can continue to build a future where autonomy, democracy, justice, and accountability thrive in southern Philippines.

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