Friday 10 May 2019

*preliminary programme, subject to change

10:00 – 13:00
Check-in, Venue Tours, Networking

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 14:30
Opening Ceremony

14:30 – 15:30
Speech and Q&A session
Ron Ridenour: The Russian Peace Threat and other Global Perspectives

15:30 – 16:30
Speech and Q&A session
Jesper Wohlert: Humana People to People – a global movement

17:30
Workshops

19:00
Dinner

20:00 – 22:30
Evening with Performances

“Oh! What a Lovely War” (Joan Littlewood) – Christmas in the Trenches scene, performed by Camp Theatre Workshop, directed by Nadežda Jevdokimova.

Songs of Peace Justice

 

 

WORKSHOPS ON FRIDAY:

HEADLINE OF THE DAY

“Global Perspective”

Open 12:00 – 17:00

  • Gym
  • Art Café
    (on the balcony in the conference hall)

Unfolding Western Africa

Having travelled through Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania, Senegal, The Gambia and Guinea-Bissau in their own bus, students from DNS 18 share their learning and unlearning experiences and insights.

War and Ecocide

A lecture and discussion about the conflict between culture and nature, between people and other living beings, breaking down conventional “truths” and finding out about how this connects with conflicts and war.

I have a dream to live safe

Dreams, struggles, fights, hopes by people suffering from the military occupation by Israel. One day they wish to be free. Storytelling about the situation of the Palestinian refugees in Aida camp, Bethlehem, West Bank.

Peace through Nature

The workshop is about using nature as an inspiration to describe and feel peace. We will enjoy nature around the campus and find natural objects that we can use to make a picture of what peace means to us.

Play DialoGO!

DialoGO! is a game developed for youth and adults alike. It is for all those who want to develop their skills and inspire others to join the dialogue. Challenge yourself and sharpen your communication skills.

An International Banner of Peace

The International Banner of Peace was created as a symbol of the Roerich agreement in 1935, that in short, symbolises the union that we all share as human beings. In this workshop, we will create it together.

Meeting “The Poor”

Who are “the – and when are ‘the Poor’ really Poor? Prepare to be provoked by this workshop. Your empathy will be tested. Whose is the welfare the migrants are after?

THE NECESSARY TEACHER TRANING COLLEGE