Saturday 11 May 2019

*preliminary programme, subject to change

07:45 – 08:15 OPTIONAL: Yoga in the Gym

07:45 – 08:45 OPTIONAL Morning Sport: Running / Walking / Crossfit

08:30 – 09:15 Breakfast

09:30 – 10:00
Introduction to the day: “Humanity in Action”
by Gert Tjoelker

10:00 – 11:00
Speech and Q&A session
Movements in the USA – and why collective efforts are needed
By Trine Wendelboe

11:30 – 13:00
Workshop session 2

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30
Workshop session 3

15:30 – 16:00
Energizers and refreshments – all together!

16:00
Talks and discussion

“Youth in Action”
by Bledion Vladi

“You will survive”
by Aske Kreilgaard

Speech and discussions

“Humanity in Action in India”
by Ved Prakash

19:00 Dinner

20:00
PERFORMANCE by Paolo Rossetti from Musicians without Borders

 

 

WORKSHOPS ON SATURDAY:

HEADLINE OF THE DAY

“Humanity in Action”

Open 09:30 – 15:50:

  • Gym
  • Art Café
    (In the balcony in the Conference Hall)

Morning session from 11:30 – 13:00

Cameroon Crisis

Human rights activists worry that Cameroon could soon be on the brink of civil war. The underlying causes of the crisis can be found in Cameroon’s colonial past: Francophone vs. Anglophone.

Solidarity Politics vs. White Saviourism

Exploring one’s biases and learning one’s way out of something like the White Savior Complex takes time. Embracing Solidarity Politics needs work. If you’re not uncomfortable, you’re not listening.

Social Eurythmie – Moving for Peace

Through movement, we seek harmony between body, soul & spirit. Between “I” and the world. In this workshop, we will experiment with social Eurythmie concepts such as giving and receiving.

Introduction to Community Music

Paolo Rossetti of “Musicians Without Borders” will introduce the basic principles of the community music methodology: Safety, Inclusion, Equality, Creativity, and Quality.

Humanity in Action

The Take 10 Volunteer programme is an opportunity for people from privileged societies to practice solidarity politics and join forces with project leaders and developing communities.

Dialogue above Judgement

The workshop focuses on the fine art of listening, which is a much-underrated skill to have. Together, we will explore our ability to listen through interesting exercises and experiments.

Manufacturing narratives

The workshop will examine concrete examples unravel many of the most common techniques and methods used by the media to manufacture narratives that fit into a certain agenda.

Songs for Peace

Learn to play and sing 10 songs for peace and for a better future for all the planet We will perform them in the evening with the audience singing along. No prior experience needed.

Climate Justice & Refugees

Climate Justice: Connecting the dots between Climate Change, environment, migrations and conflicts. Who ‘deserves’ a refugee status? The reality of migrants in the Global South.

Afternoon session from 14:00 – 15:30

 

Camino Walking Blind

How to step outside your comfort zone, to increase self-knowledge, self-confidence and self-acceptance and find a direction in life by making a pilgrimage of 200 km in 14 days – as a blind person.

Human Library of West Bank

A workshop designed to cultivate increasing knowledge and skills in critical knowledge. Every station includes specific topics including daily life, water issues, health and sanitation, political media issues.

Making music together

Paolo will lead the participants who will play on frame drums and other percussion instruments, which will be provided at the workshop. Together we will create music and have fun!

Direct Action and Civil Disobedience

Ron Ridenour is a journalist-author-editor-activist for peace, equality and justice. Since the early 1960’s he has spent his life protesting injustices in the world – and continues to do so.

What’s going on in Venezuela?

What is the Bolivarian revolution? Chavismo? How is the Venezuelan nation challenged by the imperialism of the USA? How can we get accurate information? What is this really about?

Songs for Peace

Learn to play and sing 10 songs for peace and for a better future for all the planet We will perform them in the evening with the audience singing along. No prior experience needed.

Talk the Walk

Kristine & Bledion of MasterPeace Wiesbaden organises intercultural activities with migrants and local people. The main goal is to bring people together through dialogue.

Climate Justice & Refugees

Climate Justice: Connecting the dots between Climate Change, environment, migrations and conflicts. Who ‘deserves’ a refugee status? The reality of migrants in the Global South.

THE NECESSARY TEACHER TRANING COLLEGE