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These standardized training materials for the UN Military on Child Protection have been updated in line with the 2017 DPKO-DFS-DPA Policy on Child Protection in Peace Operations. These are optional specialized training modules which aim at introducing child protection concepts and providing child protection mission-specific tactical scenarios for discussion among military and police contingent leaders and staff. The materials intend to promote a better understanding of the missions’ child protection mandate, of actors inside and outside of the mission who contribute to the protection of children, and of actors integral to the coordination of child protection click MODULE

International Women’s Day 2020

International Women’s Day 2020 is powered by the collective efforts of all Collective action and shared ownership for driving gender parity is what makes International Women’s Day successful. Gloria Steinem, world-renowned feminist, journalist and activist once explained “The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights.” So make International Women’s Day your day and do what you can to truly make a positive difference for women.


The Agreement

The agreement between SPIA – (Soldiers of Peace International Association) represented by SPIA Indonesia and UNPKFC (UN Peace Keeping Forces Council of Southeast Asia) in cooperation in carrying out Peace and Security activities in the Southeast Asian region as a form of Support to the United Nations.

The Collaboration

This collaboration is very meaningful in implementing Sustainable Development Goals. In one mission and vision and always join hands in joy and sorrow, to give the best to humankind who need humanitarian assistance and peace.

The Task

This heavy task will be done according to our ability. and ready to fight for humanity and peace. although full of risks and severe challenges we will not back down, we continue to advance to uphold Humanity and peace in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


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Practice love and find inner peace

Buddha always provides protection for us as peace warriors from Thailand, in accordance with Buddhist teachings on Love and peace.

We always follow the instructions of the monks to do charity, mercy, tolerance, without discriminating skin, ethnicity, religion, gender etc., all must be done universally.

The Dalai Lama at the UN Human Rights

Council 31st Session

Nobel Laureates on Human Rights

A group of 50 Buddhist devotees from Thailand led by Dr Aphinita Chaichana visited His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on March 4, 2019 at his private residence in Dharamshala, HP, India, on March 4, 2019. His Holiness welcomed the group during a special audience.

During the meeting, the Nobel Peace Laureate told them that all Buddhists should be united in order to promote world peace. ”We have to follow the Buddha’s teachings and We are all the same as human beings, we all want to lead a happy life to support and love each other,” His Holiness told the group.

Dr Chaichana shared with the Tibet Post International (TPI) how she felt visiting the spiritual leader of Tibet in Dharamshala. She responded by saying, “we came here to visit our most respected His Holiness the Dalai Lama, as he is the icon of world peace. When we meet the Dalai Lama, we feel very peaceful and happy, so many people wanted to meet him, but not everyone can meet him, we had really good fortunate this time.”

This time, our delegation is comprised of 50 important people from Thailand- mostly government officials and community leaders as well as people from Thai educational society. Today, we feel very happy to have the special audience with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. His Holiness blessed us and offered Buddha statues to all our delegates and we found that His Holiness feels very close to us and he is very peaceful.more

UN peace keeping forces council of southeast asia

UNPKFC S.E.A ( United Nations Peace Keeping Forces Council of South East Asia )  is a regional IGO ( Intergovernmental organization ) comprising ten countries in Southeast Asia, which promotes intergovernmental cooperation and facilitates  peace, humanity, security, military, educational, and sociocultural integration among its members and other countries in Asia.

UNPKFC S.E.A ( United Nations Peace Keeping Forces Council of South East Asia ), was established on January 13, 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand, with the signing of the UNPKFC S.E.A Declaration (Bangkok Declaration) by the Founding Fathers of UNPKFC S.E.A, namely Thailand, Indonesia, United Nations Representative, Representative of SPIA (Indonesia), CSLI Indonesia, UIPM USA. Members : Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Timor Leste, Singapore, Brunei Darissalam.

ASEAN also regularly engages other countries in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. A major partner of UN Representative Cooperation Organisation. UNPKFC S.E.A Headquarter is located at Thailand.

In 2020, UNPKFC (Peace Keeping Forces Council) is a continuation that has risen again from Thailand UN Peacekeeper, because Thailand did not begin contributing forces to UN peacekeeping operations until 1991 and since the downsizing of its contribution to UNAMID (in 2012) has made only a modest contribution. However, its deployment of significant contingents to Cambodia (UNAMIC and UNTAC), East Timor (UNTAET) and Darfur (UNAMID) suggests that Thailand has the capability, and sometimes the willingness, to make significant contributions.



UNPKFC cares for children with disabilities. They live in our midst, and they deserve to live as human beings who are given the gift of God. This concern is part of the task of UNPKFC. Soul power that can provide survival.

UNPKFC is an organization that supports the UN mission in creating and maintaining peace, in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Sustainable Development Goals in all fields. We see the situation and condition of developing countries, especially in Southeast Asia, is a central point in implementing the mission of peace. Many areas are still in conflict between tribes, conflicts between religions and the existence of terrorists who are big enemies of each country. For this reason, we are called to improve and participate in anticipation by providing teachings on conflict prevention, namely: 1. From an early age the young generation, especially the golden age which is our main target to provide education about love, courtesy, manners, love one another and respect each other, which is essentially if they have developed into an adult, who has received a high position in lead a family, village, and country, then they will be wise in providing policies and tolerance to the community to live in harmony and peace without discrimination between tribes, between religions, between genders etc., so as to create a social, economic, cultural, political stability etc. . 2. We also prepare a cadre of leader cadres to be wise in leading the nation and state. Besides that, we always help people who need help due to natural disasters, etc. 3. The most important thing is that we always pay attention and care to provide compensation to the Former Peacekeeper who has served in conflict areas, who have a lot of experiences of ups and downs, struggling to establish peace with a mental steel, risking both body and soul.

Peacekeeping is a third-party intervention, often carried out by the military, but not always, to help parties in a country or region that is in a state of transition, that is, from groups that are fighting and trying to reconcile or reconcile. For example by separating the opposing parties and keeping them separate. This peacekeeping operation not only provides security, but also non-military initiatives. Peacemaking is a diplomatic effort to end violence between warring parties, invite them to dialogue without violence and if possible towards a peace agreement. Peacebuilding activities can only be carried out after the peace process phase occurs, after the violent conflict subsides or ceases, or after the peacemaking and peacekeeping phases. Peacebuilding makes work arrangements to avoid conflicts from re-emerging. Among others, by creating mechanisms for increasing cooperation and dialogue between these different groups. This mechanism helps manage conflicts that occur through peaceful means. It could also form institutions that provide procedures and mechanisms for handling and resolving conflicts. Peacebuilding consists of a number of activities related to capacity building (community capacity building), reconciliation, and transformation or change in society and is a long-term process.

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