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One Woman’s Life, One Thousand Women’s Voices: A Narrative of the Life and Work of Mary Ann Arnado of the Philippines

One Woman’s Life, One Thousand Women’s Voices: A Narrative of the Life and Work of Mary Ann Arnado of the Philippines

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As a lawyer and for several years the deputy director of Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID), a regional institution that promotes solidarity among the peoples of Southeast Asia, Mary Ann Arnado coordinated the grassroots peacebuilding and peace advocacy program in Mindanao, with the goal of promoting the participation of women in the peace process between the government of the Republic of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). In that capacity, Arnado organized the successful Bantay Ceasefire monitoring team, worked directly in zones of conflict to educate warring factions on international humanitarian law and human rights and was appointed by the government peace panel to serve as an official advisor on ancestral domain.
As a lawyer and for several years the deputy director of Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID), a regional institution that promotes solidarity among the peoples of Southeast Asia, Mary Ann Arnado coordinated the grassroots peacebuilding and peace advocacy program in Mindanao, with the goal of promoting the participation of women in the peace process between the government of the Republic of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). In that capacity, Arnado organized the successful Bantay Ceasefire monitoring team, worked directly in zones of conflict to educate warring factions on international humanitarian law and human rights and was appointed by the government peace panel to serve as an official advisor on ancestral domain.

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Published by: Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice on Jul 28, 2011
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One Woman’s Life, One Thousand Women’s Voices
A Narrative of the Life and Work of Mary Ann Arnadoof the Philippines
ByMaia WoodwardPeace Writer
Edited byEmiko Noma
2005 Women PeaceMakers ProgramJoan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
*Do not use or cite without permission from theJoan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
 
 
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Table of Contents
 Heading
Page #
Acronyms 3
“Women Cannot Cry Anymore”
4
“Let There Be Peace on Earth”
5
  Noise Barrage
8
 History Anew
9
 Indigenous Exposure
12
  Redefining Feminism
13
  Dialogue During All-Out War 
15
The Third of the Tri-Peoples: The Church and Christian Settlers
20
 
Bantay
Ceasefire
22
  Buliok War 
25
 
Bakwit Sa Syudad 26
 A Visible Woman
30
 
Bakwit
Power 
33
  Divisions and Complications
35
 When the Violence Stops
38
 Women for the Future
39
 
Afterword 42
 
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Acronyms
AFP Armed Forces of the PhilippinesASG Abu Sayyaf GroupIID Initiatives for International DialogueLMT Local Monitoring TeamMILF Moro Islamic Liberation FrontMIPC Mindanao Interfaith Peoples CaucusMNLF Moro National Liberation FrontMPC Mindanao Peoples CaucusMSU Mindanao State UniversityNGO Nongovernmental OrganizationNPA New People’s ArmyOIC Organization of the Islamic ConferenceSOMA Suspension of Offensive Military ActionsTPA Tripoli Peace Agreement

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