The UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies has released the narrative reports on Radicalization in East Asia, a conference on the expanding influence of the Islamic State in the region.
The forum was held in May 2015 and features presentations from experts from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) based in Singapore. The conference was jointly organized by the RSIS, the Philippine Center for Islam and Democracy (PCID), the University of the Philippines College of Law, UP CIDS and Mindanao State University.
“Radicalization is both a challenge and a threat to the Philippines and the international community. There exists the appalling interconnectedness of terrorism at the international scale with the regional and local levels. Nonetheless, there is hope in reintegration, religious rehabilitation, and sustainable peacebuilding programs in its mitigation.”
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KADATUAN I CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Contains an account of the first Kadatuan conference held
May 30-31, 1997 in Zamboanga City, papers on the different datuships in Western Mindanao, summaries of discussions in the workshops, and a directory of participants.
101 pages – 1998
TORTURE SURVIVORS AND CAREGIVERS
Edited by Luis Teodoro and Paulynn P. Sicam
Based on the proceedings of the International Workshop on Therapy and Research Issues organized by June Pagaduan Lopez and Elizabeth Protacio Marcelino. This publication provides a rare glimpse of the complex theoretical, conceptual, and emotional issues facing torture victims and lay workers.
357 pages – 1995
By the Psychosocial Trauma Program
Contains the proceedings of the international seminar on Medical Ethics, Torture, and Rehabilitation held from October 2 to 5, 1996, in Bangkok, Thailand.
311 pages – 1996
MINDANAO AND THE EAST ASEAN GROWTH AREA
Proceedings of the 1995 Seminar – Workshops in
Western Mindanao and the Autonomous Region of Muslim
140 pages – 1995
Edited by Carolina G. Hernandez and Werner Pfennig
Co-published with the National Institute for Policy Studies and the Friedrich Neumannn Foundation
242 pages – 1991
Edited by Carolina G. Hernandez, Winifreda Evangelista, and Edgardo Maranan
112 pages – 1987