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Peacebuilding: A Way Out for Societies in Conflict

06 Nov 2021
ConferenceCentre for Sino-Christian Studies
Peacebuilding: A Way Out of Conflicting Societies poster
Date
06 Nov 2021
Time
09:15-16:45
Location
Hong Kong Baptist University
Speaker
Prof. John Paul Lederach
Registration Fee
HK$100
Language
English and Cantonese

Morning Sessions (English Lecture, with Simultaneouly Interpretation in Cantonese)

TimeActivity
09:20-09:45Opening Ceremony
09:45-10:30

Keynote Speech: Peacebuilidng: A Way Out for Societies in Conflict

  • Keynote:Prof. John Paul Lederach (Professor Emeritus of International Peacebuilding, University of Notre Dame)
  • Chairperson:Dr. Chan Nim Chung (Chairman, CEDAR Board)
10:30-10:50Q & A 
10:50-11:20

Respondents:

  •  Dr. Chi-Kei Martin Chung (Assistant Professor, Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University)
  •  Dr. Wai-Luen Kwok (Associate Professor, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Hong Kong Baptist University) 
  •  Dr. Hon-Ho Alex Ip (Assistant Professor, Divinity School of Chung Chi College, The Chinese Universiy of Hong Kong)
11:20-11:45Open Discussion

 

AFTERNOON SESSIONMAINLY IN CANTONESE

TimeActivity
13:00-14:00

FIRST ROUND OF WORKSHOP #

  1.  Man-Kit Joseph Cho: Trauma Transformation Workshop I
  2. Ni Sat, CEDAR’s Myanmar partner: Building Peace in Turbulent Regions (sharing via online video call)
  3. Pastor Ka-Fai Cheng, Dr. Hon-Ho Alex Ip: Pastoral Ministry and Peacebuilding
  4. Ramy Taleb, CEDAR’s Lebanon partner: Interfaith Dialogue and Reconciliation (sharing via video call)
  5. The Justice and Peace Commission of Hong Kong Catholic Diocese: Walking in a Wounded World workshop I
14:00-14:15Break
14:15-15:15

SECOND ROUND OF WORKSHOP #

  1.  Man-Kit Joseph Cho: Trauma Transformation workshop II
  2. Christophe Mbonyingabo, CEDAR’s Rwanda partner: Journey of reconciliation in post-genocide context (sharing via video call)
  3. Students from Hong Kong Baptist University’s Action Ark 20: Our Experience on Cultivating Peace
  4. The Justice and Peace Commission of Hong Kong Catholic Diocese: Walking in a Wounded World workshop II
15:15-15:30Introduction to Peacbuilding Courses and Related Activities
15:30-16:30Open Discussion
16:30-16:45Closing Ceremony

 

# For those who sign up to the Trauma Transformation Workshop I or Walking in a Wounded World Workshop I, you must also select and attend the second half of the corresponding workshop [i.e. Trauma Transformation Workshop II or Walking in a Wounded World Workshop II

 

Co-organisers: CEDAR Fund, HKBU Centre for Sino-Christian Studies and HKBU Department of Religion and Philosophy