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  • 1. The Stockholm International Conference 21-22 October 2010 10 years with 1325 - What now? Venue: Subtopia Address: Rotemannavägen 10 145 57 Norsborg, Stockholm Metro stop: Alby (Red line to Norsborg)
  • 2. Program Thursday 21 October Day 1 8.00 Departure by bus from Stockholm City to Subtopia (Conference Venue) Registration and hand out of conference materials during the bus ride. 8.45 Arrival and coffee at Subtopia Registration and hand out of conference materials for those who are not arriving with buses. 9.30 Opening Ceremony Maj Britt Theorin, President of Operation 1325 Joakim Stymne, State Secretary for International Development Cooperation, Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs Soledad Piñero Misa, Moderator Conference Room: Loftet 10.00 Stories from the Ground As a spring board for the conference, women from several corners of the world will share their personal struggles, set backs and successes in their work for gender, peace and security. Kamilia Kuku Kura, NuWEDA and member of the recently formed Sudan Forum for 1325 Aliyah Strauss, President of the Israeli section of WILPF Beena Sebastian, Founder of the Cultural Academy for Peace, Kerala, India
  • 3. Reflections and engaging the audience Moderated by: Soledad Piñero Misa Conference Room: Loftet 12.00 Lunch and mingle 13.15 Reflecting on 1325, 10 years – What now? Shedding light on policy processes and political leadership. What works and why, 10 years on? Mavic Cabrera-Balleza, International Coordinator of the Global Network of Women Peace builders Carolyn Hannan, Former Director of the Division for the Advancement of Women Madeleine Rees, Secretary General of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Luljeta Vuniqi, Executive Director of the Kosova Gender Studies Center. Reflections and engaging the audience Moderated by: Soledad Piñero Misa Conference Room: Loftet 15.00 Coffee and opportunity for informal conversation 15.45 Parallel seminars You can choose to take part in one of the following seminars. Please note that the number of participants in seminars 2 and 3 are limited due to the size of the conference rooms.
  • 4. 1. Participation is Protection – Time to Reclaim 1325 Organised by WILPF, the Swedish section Madeleine Rees, Sectary General WILPF Jan Fritz, Professor of Sociology, University of Cincinnati Moderated by: Petra Tötterman Andorff, Secretary General WILPF, Swedish section Conference Room: Loftet 2. Promoting Women as Leaders and Agents of Change in the Peace Processes in Sudan Presented by Members of the recently formed Sudan Forum for 1325: Kamilia Kuku Kura, NuWEDA Amel Taha, Mutawinat Rita Martin, EVE organisation Sara Elgieli Alrahim, NIDAA Wifaq Ibrahim, HOPD Moderated by: Linda Forsberg, Advisory Resident Representative for the Sudan, Life and Peace Institute, Sweden Conference Room: Himmelriket 3. Engaging Men – Prerequisite for Success in Implementing 1325? Co-organised with the Swedish National Committee for UNIFEM Bakhtyar Salih, Project Coordinator, Civil Development Organization, Iraq Krister Eduards, Board Member, Men for Gender Equality (Män för jämställdhet), Sweden Lars Jalmert, Professor at Stockholm University, Sweden
  • 5. Moderated by: Mikael Olsson, Host of the Radio Show “Conflict”, National Swedish Radio. Conference Room: the lobby upstairs 17.00 Closing Session Most significant lessons learned. Lena Ag, Secretary General of Kvinna till Kvinna Conference Room: Loftet 17.20 Mingle (Subtopia) 18.30 Dinner at Subtopia 21.00 Departure by bus from Subtopia to Stockholm City. Friday 22 October Day 2 8.00 Departure by bus from Stockholm City to Subtopia 8.45 Arrival and coffee at Subtopia 9.00 Open Space Through the method of Open Space the participants are invited to actively create and manage their own agenda of parallel working sessions around the
  • 6. theme of Key Challenges and Essential Solutions of the future of resolution 1325. Facilitated by: Soledad Piñero Misa Conference Room: Loftet 12.00 Lunch 13.00 Report from Open Space (plenary session) Facilitated by: Soledad Piñero Misa Conference Room: Loftet 14.00 Coffee 14.30 Closing Remarks Maj Britt Theorin, President of Operation1325 Conference Room: Loftet 15.30 Departure by bus from Subtopia to Stockholm City. Please note: The conference will be held entirely in English (no interpretation). Meals are included free of charge for all participants: lunch and dinner on Thursday and lunch on Friday. Transport to and from the conference venue and Stockholm City is provided by Operation 1325. The conference is funded by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.