Asian Peace and Reconciliation Council

The APRC’s goal is to help resolve conflicts through silent diplomacy, lobbying, facilitating and mediating behind the scenes on the Asian continent. The APRC gathers together a network of experienced leaders from in- and outside Asia. The APRC operates according to the principle of non-intervention and so engages only with the consent of conflict parties.

The body was formed by a number of prominent figures, including former Thai Deputy Prime Minister, Dr. Surakiart Sathirathai,  former Indonesian Vice-President, Jusuf Kalla, José Ramos-Horta, Former Head of more

<p><strong>Lessons learned.</strong> We share experiences from the Aceh peace process throughout Asia.</p>


PACTA’s broader work in the region reflects our conviction that the lessons learned from succesful peace processes can provide both example and inspiration to other societies experiencing turbulence and strife. Although the particular political solution agreed for one context will not necessarily be appropriate for another, PACTA believes that the experiences of individuals who have made the long and challenging journey from conflict to peace can offer some insight and stimulus to those searching for peace in their own countries.

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