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PeaceBuilding in Colombia-Rotary GG-Feb 2017

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PeaceBuilding in Colombia-Rotary GG-Feb 2017

  1. 1. Rotary Action Group for Peace (RAGFP) • www.RotaryEsPaz.org website. • "Rotary Es Paz" spanish video: https://youtu.be/FQuw79m1X8U • "Rotary Is Peace" english video: • https://player.vimeo.com/vide o/132750732
  2. 2. GG1636958 ”Women, children and youngsters, Peace Builders in Colombia”.
  3. 3. • This global grant is: • A Humanitarian Project and • A Vocational Training Team (VTT)
  4. 4. Why are we doing this? • It’s about the application of Resolution 1325 from United Nations. • For displaced people, • Victims of violence, and Armed conflict.
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES: • Train victims to understand a peace culture, • Recognition of their human rights, • Relief of psychological trauma, social damage and suffering, • Become peace builders in their families and communities.
  6. 6. POPULATION • 500 Beneficiaries, in Soacha and Ibagué. • 250 women, between 15 and 60. • 250 children, between 7 and 20.
  7. 7. What will we do? • Education and training workshops for Peace. • 18 Workshops for Women • 12 Workshops for children • Groups of 25 people
  8. 8. Women Workshop Topics • Women, subjects of Human Rights, • Life stories, • Trauma and resilience, • Historical memory, • Transformation of social conflict, • Assertive Relations • Knowledge exchange.
  9. 9. Topics for youth workshops • Assertive Communication, • Management of feelings and emotions, • Understanding their rights, • Critical thinking and decision making, • Violence prevention of sexual abuse
  10. 10. Our partners? • Colombian Mennonite Foundation for Development, MENCOLDES, • Headquarters in Bogotá and Ibagué, • 40 years of work in Colombia: In Human Rights, victims of violence, and displacement, natural disasters, and poverty. • John Paul Lederach, Univ. Notre Dame-Paris.
  11. 11. TIMELINE • Two months , selection of beneficiaries, in Soacha and Ibagué, • Five months, workshops for women, • Three months, workshops for youth, • Two months: Evaluation, monitoring and closure
  12. 12. Evaluation: • Exchange Experiences and • VISIBILITY OF VICTIMS • CHINAUTA: Half way between Soacha and Ibague. • LEADERS who arise after the Training.
  13. 13. ROLE of PEACE FELLOWS • Ensuring Leadership – Sustainability – Long term of projects that arise after the training, • MBBI. www. mediatorsbeyondborders.org • Former – Rotary Peace Fellow: LUCAS PEÑA. • 1st Former – Rotary Peace Fellow: MARIA CLARA JARAMILLO.
  14. 14. MBBI – Mediators Beyond Borders • Prabha Sankaranarayan (Director, CEO), • Steve Goldsmith, (RI+MBBI) • Professional Training Group: Charlie Pillsbury, (Coordinator Colombia), • VTT: Catalina Chaux, (Toronto CA, Colombia), José Ramón Morales, (Nicaragua), Macarena Matta, (U.K., Spain).
  15. 15. MBBI: Leadership Training One week in Soacha and one week in IBAGUE.
  16. 16. RECORDS OF THE PROJECT: Victims builders of peace, Mennonites, Mediators, Leaders, and Rotarians RECORDING VIDEO
  17. 17. What do we Rotarians do? • Assemble the GG and manage the International sponsors • Accompany the weekly workshops, 5 months: women, and 3 months: children and youth • Be in communication with the Mennonites, for support and monitoring development of the project • Form a Rotary group in Ibagué to promote the community GRFC • Accompany the visit and workshops of Mediators Beyond Borders. • To be present in the commemorative date, in memory and visibility of victims.
  18. 18. BUDGET: • TOTAL COST: $91,619 US • Educational Kits, Snacks, Transportation, • “Morralito”, T-shirts, • Subsidize Trainer-Facilitators, • Commemorative date in Ibagué and Suacha, • MBBI Training • Film and edit Video.
  19. 19. BUDGET: Accommodations, $5,210 , 6% Monitoring/eval uation, $1,676 , 2% Personnel, $9,116 , 10% Project Management, $8,329 , 9% Publicity, $5,514 , 6% Supplies, $6,616 , 7% Training, $49,657 , 54% Travel, $5,501 , 6%
  20. 20. The victims said: “Peace belong to us, don´t allow the violent to steal it”. “ We do not want to be seen as victims, we want to be a social transformation agents ”
  21. 21. Grant Status • Grant was initiated and written by the Rotary Club of Bogota Centario, D4281 – Host Partner • Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise (D5240) is the International Partner • Grant funding is nearing completion • Goal is $15,000 from clubs in D5240 and a match of $15,000 DDF from D5240. • TRF will provide $39,000 • Plan to submit grant to RI in early March
  22. 22. Questions? Contact Chas Wilson (RC Simi Sunrise) 805-750-3195 famwilson@sbcglobal.net THANK YOU

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