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The Initiatives

Using the perspectives and principles of Islam’s al-wasatiyah, which is also known as moderation to many, and not an alien concept within the many religions and cultures of the world, WCP seeks to imbue a culture, and values, of peace through academic and social reengineering. This process will involve research, dialogues, discussion as well as community-based engagements.

Thus, within the precepts of nation-building to even regional bridges of peace, WCP revolves around four key strategic agendas that will drive its operative content. These four agendas are:

Peaceful Coexistence
Drawing inspiration from the great messages of peaceful coexistence from the world’s major religions, WCP’s aim of peaceful coexistence is based on the foundations of ethics and morality as a prerequisite toward tolerance and a culture of peaceful coexistence between the world’s diverse communities.
Civic Education
Civic education provides a positive framework for collective civic identity. In working with relevant civil society organisations, it can be a stabilising factor not only for societies dealing with violent conflicts but also in developing positive and resilience national identities through the perspective of moderation or wasatiyah.
Preventing & Countering Violent-Extremism
Recognising the local and global impacts of violent-extremism and its complex nature, WCP seeks to promote a holistic approach to CVE/PVE by advocating methods based on peace, dialogue and compassion so as to provide transformative awareness and intervention.
Conflict Resolution & Reconciliation
Conflict Resolution and reconciliation focuses on the analysis, study and promotion of successful strategies in preventing conflicts, managing potential trajectories of violence and ultimately reconciliation within vulnerable communities mired in conflicts.

The Initiatives

Using the perspectives and principles of Islam’s al-wasatiyah, which is also known as moderation to many, and not an alien concept within the many religions and cultures of the world, WCP seeks to imbue a culture, and values, of peace through academic and social reengineering. This process will involve research, dialogues, discussion as well as community-based engagements.

Thus, within the precepts of nation-building to even regional bridges of peace, WCP revolves around four key strategic agendas that will drive its operative content. These four agendas are:

Peaceful Coexistence

Drawing inspiration from the great messages of peaceful coexistence from the world’s major religions, WCP’s aim of peaceful coexistence is based on the foundations of ethics and morality as a prerequisite toward tolerance and a culture of peaceful coexistence between the world’s diverse communities.

Civic Education

Civic education provides a positive framework for collective civic identity. In working with relevant civil society organisations, it can be a stabilising factor not only for societies dealing with violent conflicts but also in developing positive and resilience national identities through the perspective of moderation or wasatiyah.

Preventing & Countering Violent-Extremism

Recognising the local and global impacts of violent-extremism and its complex nature, WCP seeks to promote a holistic approach to CVE/PVE by advocating methods based on peace, dialogue and compassion so as to provide transformative awareness and intervention.

Conflict Resolution & Reconciliation

Conflict Resolution and reconciliation focuses on the analysis, study and promotion of successful strategies in preventing conflicts, managing potential trajectories of violence and ultimately reconciliation within vulnerable communities mired in conflicts.

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