Welcome to the 4th
Peace Justice Conference!
When “We” and “the Other” become “Us”…. community flourishes and our humanity is realised…
The programme includes workshops, speeches, presentations, lectures, discussions, music, arts, networking, performances, sports and more. You will be able to choose according to your interest.
The conference’s language is English but we will try to offer a programme accessible for participants with different language skills.
The conference runs over three days, and each day has a headline:
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CONFERENCE
It’s easy! Please register here.
Please find examples of workshops below.
KEY NOTE SPEAKERS
Meeting the Other means looking deeply in their eyes. When we understand and empathise with them we are able to break down the walls that separate us and create a space to build bridges.
A personal account of volunteering in refugee camps and squats, getting to know the people who fled and understanding their struggles in Europe, and more specifically in Athens.
If we want to transform society, we must learn to tell – and listen to – a new set of stories about the world we want to create. So open your eyes and listen carefully to the story of NAKBA.
Over 20.000 teenagers travelled alone to find refuge in Europe last year. But what do they find when they arrive in an EU country like Greece? The workshop explores a way forward.
At this workshop, we will discuss sexuality and sexual practices on digital media from a feminist perspective. Keywords: Feminism, digital sexuality, online activism, digital sexual assault.
How is it to be a refugee? Which challenges or difficulties do you meet? It starts when you lose and ends when you survive. Ghassam Rahmi shares his insights as a volunteer and a refugee.
Getting to know the sexual abuse in Philippines. A powerful animation about the crime of pedophilia. Deeply touching theatre play of a victim and a discussion about the taboo.
Jens Galschiøt and Aske Kreilgaard share their political art at the Peace Justice Conference. “Refugees” and “Les Enfants de Nobel” are examples of political art exhibited.
By using forum theatre, we bring topics and discussions about massive social media problems: “dog-face” filters, judging a book by its cover, “liking” people, “swiping” each other.