INPEACE

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INPEACEInstitute for Native Pacific Education and Culture (Kapolei, HI)
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INPEACE operates a teacher development program (Klia and Ka Lama Education Academy) that partners with local schools, the state department of education, a local community college, and a 4-year university program to align preparation and support efforts.
"Navigating the university system is not a part of everybody's family experience," says Kanoe Naone, a UHM alumnae and chief executive of INPEACE. "The aspiration is there, but the actual follow-through is [for many] a big, scary process."
The partnership with Hawai'inuiakea is giving INPEACE families safe exposure to the university.
Inpeace chair Bishop Felixberto Calang of the Philippine Independent Church, however, called on both protagonists, the government through the AFP and PNP and the MNLF fighters, to adhere to international humanitarian law to protect the rights of civilians.
``To one of Britain's finest, with honour and respect,'' read a message from the Royal Marines, while flowers from his parents read simply: ``Welly, rest inpeace.
This project involves many partner organizations, principally the College of Education at the University of Hawai'i, and is coordinated by a nonprofit Hawaiian educational services organization, the Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture (INPEACE).
However, let it be clear that it is the Bangsamoro masses themselves who will be the judge of the correctness of this agreement," observed the peace advocacy group, InPeace Mindanao.
Ahmed Tugo, the Justice and Equality Movement's chief negotiator who is involved inpeace talks with Sudan in Doha, told Al Jazeera that the Sudanese army started the new clashes.