International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc.

                                                              

A Culture of Peace is a Peaceful World

The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit and non-government organization based in the Philippines (also known as IPDCI), registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with the Business Permit in the City of Makati. As an international recognized Non-Government Organization (NGO), IPDCI aspires the “NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC)” accreditation eventually. IPDCI addresses some international concerns conveyed through its Peace Pillars: (1) Peace Diplomacy Participation; (2) Peace Diplomacy Culture; (3) Peace Diplomacy Administration and Policy, imperative to the UN Charter as it continuously maintain balance status quo on peace issues. 

The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. [labelled as IPDCI] 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.

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OVERVIEW

The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit and non-government organization 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.


PRINCIPAL ORGANS

The Principal Organs of the International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. shall refer to Security Council, Secretariat Council, World Affairs Council, and Protocol Council.


The Council shall refer to a division of the International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc.






 

OBSERVANCES

The Observances of the International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. are anchored to the observances of the United Nations Organization in promoting and preserving the value of the International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression, International Peace Day, and the United Nations Day.


The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. adopted the designated international days, special observances of the United Nations in proliferating international awareness on these contentious issues.

PREAMBLE

The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. aims to proliferate international peace diplomacy through cultural understanding and mutual collaboration among cultures of the global society, aims to prevent cultural barriers, non-stock, non-profit and non-government organization.


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.

PILLAR {PEACE PILLARS}


TITLE {MANILA PEACE DECLARATION, DECEMBER 2015}



Recalling the Preamble of the International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc., including its peace pillars embodied therein,


Recalling also the Charter of the United Nations, Chapter 1, Articles 1.1., which states that “ to maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and  removal of threats of peace, and for the suppression of acts of aggression or other breaches of the peace, and to bring about by peaceful means, and in conformity with the principles of justice and international law, adjustment or settlement of international disputes or situations which might lead to a breach of peace;”


Recalling further the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other imperative instruments founded on the United Nations principles among its system,


Recognizing that “A Culture of Peace is a Peaceful World,


Expressing deep concern about the proliferation of differences that leads to conflicts in various parts of the world,


Recalling the resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly (A/RES/ES-7/8), by which it proclaimed the International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression;  (A/RES/58/220), by which it proclaimed the International Peace Day; and (A/ RES/ 168 (II) (A/ RES/ 2782 (XXVI), by which it proclaimed the United Nations Day,


Recognizing the important role of the United Nations Economic and Social Council’s function to NGOs in addressing active dialogue on sustainable development,


Solemnly proclaims the present Manila Peace Declaration in strengthening the promotion of a culture of peace in today’s world: The Bogotá Peace Action Plan, The Bonn Peace Action Plan, and The Perth Peace Action Plan.





2015 Annual Board Meeting

27th December 2015

 
 

IPDCI AT THE UNITED NATIONS ECOSOC

International Peace Diplomacy Corps Chairman Mr. Rey Runtgen Martin del Rosario (R) attended the 2018 United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) Youth Forum upon the invitation of the UN ECOSOC President Hon. Marie Chatardova (L) slated on the 30th to 31st January 2018. 


Del Rosario, a peace diplomacy personality, expressed his gratitude to Madam Chatardova for the great aspirations of the said forum, including the opportunity for giving the International Peace Diplomacy Corps a chance to showcase its advocacy platform at the global stage as a recognized delegate with other high-level youth leaders and civil society organizations among others.


Photo taken during the opening plenary session held at the Trusteeship Council Hall in the Secretariat Building of the United Nations Headquarters, New York City.

IPDCI Chairman Mr. Reyron del Rosario (Center) with the United Nations Youth Envoy Ms. Jayathma Wickramanayake (to his Right) during the Welcome Reception of the 2018 United Nations Economic and Social Council Youth Forum held at the Secretariat Building Main Lounge, United Nations Headquarters, New York City on 30th January of  2018.