Videocon brings together Muslim, Christian students

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Muslim and Christian students have participated in a mass videoconference that sought to build understanding towards peace among youths of different cultures and religions through technology.

Dubbed “Building Understanding through Technology,” the videoconference was held at the Polytechnic University (PUP) in Manila and Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT) in Iligan City.

With about 4,000 students attending from both schools, the event served as a venue to connect and tackle issues that confront the peace process, as well as find solutions to bring peace between Muslim and Christian communities.

Undersecretary Luisito Montalbo of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) was one of the resource speakers, while broadcast journalist Atom Araullo and United Nations (UN) Ambassador Baicon Macaraya were the co-hosts in PUP and MSU-IIT, respectively. Read More

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