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Programme derry-peace conference

Programme derry-peace conference



this is the final program of the Rottary Club International Peace Conference 2013 Programme Schedule in Derry

this is the final program of the Rottary Club International Peace Conference 2013 Programme Schedule in Derry



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    Programme derry-peace conference Programme derry-peace conference Document Transcript

    • Friday 24th May – Sunday 26thMay 2013International Peace Conference 2013 Programme ScheduleFriday 24th May10.00 - 14.00 Registration, Millennium Forum, Derry~Londonderry14.00 Greetings from Gavin Killeen, President of the Rotary Club of Londonderry and ProfessorRichard Barnett, Vice Chancellor of the University of Ulster14.10 Welcome, Professor Deirdre Heenan, Pro Vice Chancellor and Provost of the MageeCampus, University of Ulster14.15 My Vision for Peace – Message by RI President Sakuji Tanaka14.25 Introduction to Key Concepts – Professor Brandon Hamber, INCORE, University of Ulster14.45 What Peace Means to Me – Panel of local commentators moderated by Sarah Brett, BBC.Panel: Gregory Campbell, Alan McBride, Eamonn McCann, Nuala OLoan and Dawn Purvis15.30 Break16.00 Peacebuilding Initiatives - Special EU Programmes Body introduces EU funded projects focusedon culture. Inputs fromPat Colgan (Chief Executive), Teya Sepinuck (Theatre of Witness), and ElaineForde (International Culture Arts Network), and video presentations.17.00 Closure19.30 Speakers Dinner [by invitation]Saturday 25th May08.00 - 09.00 Registration at The Millennium Forum09.00 Welcome, Master of Ceremonies, Sarah Brett, BBC09:05 Civic welcome from Councillor Kevin Campbell, Mayor of Derry09.10 Welcome Rotary International President Sakuji Tanaka09.15 Making the Peace – The Northern Ireland Case – Martin McGuinness (deputy First Minister)and Jonathan Bell (deputy Junior Minister in the Office of First and First Minister)09.45 Panel of local politicians11.00 Break11.00 Building the Peace – The South African Case – Roelf Meyer, Chief negotiator for the NationalParty government in South Africa11.50 Working the Peace – The Basque Case – Juan José Ibarretxe Markuartu, President of BasqueCountry, 1999-200912.40 Wrap up Moderator, Sarah Brett, BBC12.45 Lunch
    • 14.00 Building the Peace - Economic Recovery - John J. Cullinane, Software Entrepreneur, USA14:30 Building the Peace - Gender and Peace - Chouchou Namegabe Dubuisson, South KivuWomen’s Media Association, DR Congo15.45 Break15:30 Creating the Peace - The Colombian Case – Expert overview of the current peace process andpossibilities for the future16.00 Forum Legacy and Special Awards announcements17.00 Closure19.00 Drinks Reception – City Hotel19.30 Gala Ball at City Hotel honouring President Sakuji Tanaka, his wife and NobelLaureate Professor John Hume and Pat Hume.After dinner speech Fergal Keane, BBC Foreign CorrespondentSunday 26th May08.00 Breakfast at your own10.00 - 13.00 Master Classes in Peacebuilding Tools – A series of interactive workshops at variouscity centre venues. Delegates may choose from a list, which will include:o Practical Systemic Peacebuildingo Exploring the Potential of Sport as a Peace Building Toolo Dealing with the Past: Storytelling as a Tool for Healing & Transformationo Grassroots Peacebuilding in Derry~Londonderry: 3 Models of Mediationo 15 Years On: The Next Generationo Peacebuilding through the Economyo Culture and Arts: Theatre of the Oppressedo Dealing with the Past:Methods and strategies for building a shared futureo Forgotten but Not Gone: Victims of Violence, and Conflict Transformationo Children and Conflict10:45 - 11:00 Launch of the “Rotary Cross Border Peace Forest (Ireland)” by President SakujiTanaka, at St. Columb’s Park13.00 Lunch at your own14.30 Escorted Tours of Derry ~ Londonderry to include:The City Walls - The Two Cathedrals - Free Derry Corner and The Museum of Free Derry - TheApprentice Boys Memorial Hall - Ebrington, The Peace Bridge and The River Foyle17.00 Close of EventFor Full Details please visit www.peaceconference2013.com