About Mc Jazer Malonda

Mc Jazer Malonda has been a long time peace advocate. He was part of the National Youth Ambassadors Program for Peace (NYAPP) of PeaceTech Inc. and a current volunteer at Teach Peace Build Peace (TPBP) Movement. At the moment, he is on his way in finishing his Masters in Communication at University of the Philippines Diliman. Jaz, as people call him, is making the world a better place one article at a time.

Simultaneous legislative work on Bangsamoro law, federalism seen

DAVAO CITY – The passage of a new Bangsamoro enabling law will move alongside efforts toward implementing a federal form of government to immediately address the historical injustices and end decades of armed conflict in Mindanao, said Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) Secretary Jesus Dureza in a gathering of media practitioners in the city late last week.


By | November 9th, 2016|MILF, News|0 Comments

IP advisory council, reconstituted BTC to ensure inclusivity in peace process — Dureza

MANILA CITY – The creation of a reconstituted Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) and an advisory council for the indigenous people are underway to guarantee that there is a more inclusive and more transparent peace process under the Duterte administration according to Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) Secretary Jesus Dureza.


By | October 28th, 2016|MILF, News|0 Comments

Generation ‘Me’ transforms into Generation Peace

Today’s youth belonging to the millennial generation – sometimes called Generation ‘Me’ – are deemed accustomed to an ‘instant gratification’ lifestyle others quickly dismiss as misplaced entitlement. Bangsamoro leader Datu Beds Kali proves just how wrong this judgment through his diligent advocacy towards peace with fellow youth leaders. (more…)

By | October 18th, 2016|Features|0 Comments