Based on the Seville Manifesto on violence, of 1986, and Resolution 53/243 of the United Nations General Assembly, we firmly believe that Violence is learned and that Peace is also learned, that is why the ILAPyC dedicates its effort and its experience in the consolidation of Peace processes between States, factions or any type of warlike confrontation of regular or irregular armies, focusing on the subtle forms that the "War" takes to destroy Peace, the "Everyday Wars", with actions such that they promote the elimination of the causes of domestic violence, workplace violence, bullying, gender-based violence, discrimination in communities and neighborhoods due to ethnic, social class, cultural, political or religious identity differences, the sexual diversity and any other form of the past, the present or the future, that prevents the removal of obstacles to build Peace.