International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc.

A Culture of Peace is a Peaceful World

Inclusive and Sustainable Peace Development

Supporting the United Nations for Peace


The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. (also known as IPDCI) empowers the campaign of peace awareness in all levels through multilateral modalities for inclusive and sustainable peace development. As an organization enshrined to the principles of the United Nations, IPDCI brings together stakeholders from government, business, civil society, and international community inspiring engagements and highlighting actions of global relevance as a non-stock, non-profit and non-government organization.

Building on a lifetime service for the peoples, IPDCI aspires the proliferation of international peace diplomacy by safeguarding global interests among diverse stakeholders, towards a progressive shared frameworks which resonates universal relevance.

The Peace Diplomacy Participation brings peoples for assemblies and initiatives purview to the peace maintenance. IPDCI assemblies for peace dialogues: (1) Peace Diplomacy Convention; and (2) Peace Leaders’ Congress. IPDCI key initiatives: (1) Youth Forum {IPDCI Youth Forum}, for the youth sector; (2) United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Awards {UN SDGs Awards}, for private and public individuals and organizations; and (3) Peace Diplomacy Awards, for elected officials of the Philippines.

The Peace Diplomacy Culture promulgates the awareness on issues that impacts human welfare and security. IPDCI commemoration of the United Nations’ Observances to (1) International Peace Day; (2) United Nations’ Day and, (3) International Youth Day.

The Peace Diplomacy Administration and Policy engages the action to strategic insights provisionary to trainings, academic think-tanks, and policy solutions. IPDCI programs are (1) Peace Diplomacy House, professional training program; and (2) Peace Public Policy House, the policy hub.

The International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. nurtures a shared stakeholders’ workstream with multilateralism consultative leadership towards the representation of diverse unspoken voices and unarticulated perspectives. As an advocacy platform, IPDCI sets the standards so inclusive and sustainable peace development continuously achieve its principles.

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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.



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UN HEADQUARTERS- As the Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Executive Board, Chairman REY RUNTGEN MARTIN L. DEL ROSARIO represented the International Peace Diplomacy Corps, Inc. to the global stage in 2018. The United Nations Organization, its principal organ- the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) President H.E.  Marie Chatardová (Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the UN) invited Mr. Del Rosario to the famous UN ECOSOC Youth Forum in the UN Headquarters in New York City in January 2018. This forum provided a platform for youth towards the engagement in dialogues with Member States and as they discussed the policy frameworks and promoted innovative, institutionalized approaches and initiatives for advancing the youth development agenda at national, regional and global levels with a view to promoting solutions to the global challenge of strengthening resilience and sustainable development.

This Forum is considered as one of the most institutionalized avenues for youth participation in the official UN processes, allows representatives of youth-led and youth-focused organizations and networks, youth advocates and others to engage with Member States, and to explore ways and means of promoting youth development and engagement, based on the UN Publication.