Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute

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Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (NARPI) is a regional peacebuilding institute which brings together peacemakers from South Korea, Japan, China, Mongolia, and Taiwan annually for peacebuilding training and networking.Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (NARPI) has grown out of the programs and thinking of Korea Anabaptist Center and the Korea Peacebuilding Institute. These organizations, entering their second decade of existence, have begun to broaden their thinking about peace to include trans-national activism and peace education. Most of the nations of Asia's northeast quadrant have a history of strained cross-border relationships. NARPI is a network that includes partners from South Korea, Japan, China, Russia, Mongolia, and Taiwan. NARPI brings peacemakers from these countries together annually for fellowship and peace education. NARPI is an institute to promote peace in the region by creating space for learning peacebuilding skills and building networks among peace loving people in Northeast Asia. Every year NARPI hosts a Summer Peacebuilding Training seminar. The program is designed to serve practitioners, professionals, activists, students, non-governmental organizations and faith-based groups, including those active at the local, national and international levels.

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