School of Peace – This is a two-month program with a general course on religion, conflict, and peace studies. The curriculum includes four sections/areas: Conflict and Peacebuilding, Religion and Peace, Peace Issues in Society, and Skills for Peacebuilders. The program will accommodate a maximum of 20 participants.
Peace Institute – This is ten days Training of Trainers (ToT) program. It is an intensive advance study on one or two specific basic subjects or themes. The program will accommodate 12-15 participants with a balance of gender and religious representation.
Thematic Workshop – The content of this 5-day workshop depends on specific themes that are deemed relevant by the host country. Among the themes discussed were religion and peace, human rights, women’s rights and gender justice, nonviolent communication, understanding conflict and conflict analysis, and peacebuilding frameworks. The program will accommodate 15-20 participants with a balance of gender and religious representation.
Small Grant Support – This is a support program to give assistance to ICF alumni to do Follow-up Program for ICF Alumni to do local peace education and advocacy in their communities.
a. The Alumni Follow-up Program is fund support to the activities of the School of Peace or Peace Institute alumni on the national or sub-national level for further teaching and learning among the ICF alumni or graduates.
b. The ICF Local Peace Education and Advocacy is fund support of ICF alumni initiated or ICF peace network-initiated program for peace education and advocacy with and for the youth in the local community.
Peace Conference – This is an opportunity fo ICF alumni to forge networking and dialog among peace activists and practitioners, and with key religious leaders and “change-makers” to complement and to impact the work of the ICF youth. It is important for ICF alumni to learn from the experiences of adult peace activists and practitioners from Asia.
The ICF is committed to providing a space for those who are marginalized to share their stories. Occasional publications include their unique stories, reflections, and justpeace actions. Our newsletters are also available in an online format.