Peace advocates clearly expressed their appreciation to President Rodrigo Duterte by making the Peace Talks with the NDFP a primary concern. They ask the Filipino people to be vigilant and participate in the Peace Process.

Attached below is a link of a News Article from CNN Philippines.

As a result of the conversation process in identifying the Roots of the Armed Conflict during the National Summit, CAJP, composed of Sulong Carhrihl, Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform, Waging Peace Philippines and Pilgrims for Peace organized “Land to the tillers: Roots of the Armed Conflict: A thematic Workshop on Agrarian Reform” last March 21, 2016 at the NORFIL Foundation Inc. The two-part session (Morning and Afternoon) aimed to inform, educate and urge continued efforts to build toward peace, justice and human rights in the Philippines.

The Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform – North Luzon (PEPP-NL) in partnership with The Regional Ecumenical Council in the Cordillera (RECCORD) and the Pilgrims for Peace – Cordillera successfully held a forum on Ecumenical Advocacy on Human Rights and Peace last December 10, 2015 at the Ecumenical Theological Seminary (ETS), Bokawkan Road, Baguio City. The theme for the gathering, “Advancing the Indigenous Peoples’ Agenda for Genuine Peace and Freedom” was at the center of discussion during the whole day activity.