The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. (also known as IPDCI) promotes peace development anchored on the aspirations of the United Nations. The IPDCI Peace Pillars are echoed with corresponding peace advocacy programs: (1) Peace Diplomacy Participation [The UN Observances]; (2) Peace Diplomacy Culture [Peace Policy House]; (3) Peace Diplomacy Administration and Policy [Peace Public Policy House].
IPDCI is a non-stock, non-profit, non-aligned, non-political, and non-government organization based in the Philippines, registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with the Business Permit in the City of Makati. Eventually, IPDCI aspires the “NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC)” accreditation eventually.
The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. firmly supports and avails itself the promotion of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development through its diverse programs which focuses on human progress and peace development.
The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. affirms to contribute to the international development of world peace through cultural modalities cognizant to the aspirations of the United Nations Organization.
The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. aims to foster peace diplomacy participation; peace diplomacy culture; and, peace diplomacy administration and policy.
The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. articulates a collective effort to resolve global peace processes, thus, collaborate an active global community in promoting the welfare of peoples with the aid of peaceful resolutions.
The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. is based in the Philippines. The mission and work of the International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. are guided by its preamble in its founding Charter.
This International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. is founded on the merits of impacting some of the peace purposes and principles of the United Nations, specifically the post Millennium Development Goals.
The IPDCI also provides a forum for its General Members namely: The Board of Trustees; The Honorary Board of Trustees, The Executive Board; including the Peace Volunteers and Peace Collaborators to express their views, action plans, and initiatives towards the promulgation of its Peace Pillars facilitated by the Security Council, Secretariat Council, World Affairs Council, and Protocol Council.
The current IPDCI's Chief of Administrative Officer is the Chairman.