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PASSIA Training Program on



10-14 October, 2004 at PASSIA, RAMALLAH

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Lecture Program
   
 
DAY ONE: Sunday, 10 October 2004
 
  9.30-10.00 Welcoming Address / Opening Remarks
Dr. Mahdi Abdul Hadi ,
Head of PASSIA, Jerusalem

 

 
Mahdi Abdul Hadi
     
 
         
 
    10.00-10.30
Welcoming Address / Introduction
Niall Holohan ,
Head of the Irish Representative Office to the PA, Ramallah

 

 
Niall Holohan
         
      10.30-
11.15    
Break    
             
 

Dr John Logan
  11.15-12.30

Economy & Society (The Development of a Modern Society & Economy, Land Reforms, Industrialisation & Commercial Development)
Dr John Logan , Department of History, University of Limerick
 
     
 
      12.30-13.30 Lunch    
   
      13.30-15:00

Economy and Society, contd.
Dr John Logan

 

      15.00-15.15 Break  

 

 

      15:15-16.30
Participants' Assignments
DAY TWO: Monday, 11 October 2004

John Coakley
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  9.15-10.30  


Ethnic Conflict And The Two-State Solution:
The Irish Experience Of Partition
Prof. John Coakley, Department of Politics, National University of Ireland, Dublin

 

  10.30-10.45  

Break

 

    10.45-12.00  

Ireland - North and South - the UN and Other Global Bodies
Prof. John Coakley, Department of Politics, National University of Ireland, Dublin

 

    12.00-13.00  

Lunch

 

    13.00-16.00  

Film: Michael Collins

DAY THREE: Tuesday, 12 October 2004

J.J. Lee
  9.15-10.30  


Politics and Society in Modern Ireland : Media, Civic Society and Violence
Prof. J.J. Lee , Professor of Irish Studies, New York University

 

  10.30-10.45  

Break

 

    10.45-12.00  


Ireland Today - Political and Civic Culture in Contemporary Ireland
Prof. J.J. Lee , Professor of Irish Studies, New York University

    12.00-13.00  

Lunch

 

    13.00-14.30  


Ireland Today contd.
Prof. J.J. Lee

    14.30-14.45  

Break

 

    14.45-16.00  

Conflict Resolution: Theories and Approaches
Dr. Samir Awad , Professor of International Relations, Birzeit University

 

DAY FOUR: Wednesday, 13 October 2004

Alex Maskey
9.15-13.00  


Session I
Violence Conflict Resolution and Media & Civil Society
Mr. Alex Maskey, Sinn Fein member of Northern Ireland Legislative Assembly; member of Sinn Fein negotiating team; first Sinn Fein, Lord Mayor of Belfast

 

       
     

Break

 


Tom Frazer
   


Session II
Partition experience, India, Ireland and Palestine
Prof. Tom Frazer, Provost, University of Ulster

 

  12.00-13.00  

Lunch

 


Jack O’Connor
13.00-16.00  


Session III
European Funding Support for N.I. and Border countries.
Mr. Jack O’Connor, Public Servant working on North-South cross-border E.U. development project

       
     

Break

 

   

Community Relations
Helen Lewis, Project Coordinator / NCORE, University of Ulster
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Liam Maskey
    Community Development and Peace Building
Mr. Liam Maskey, Director, Intercom, (community reconciliation and development project)
     
DAY FIVE: Thursday, 14 October 2004

Niall Holohan
9.15-10.30  


The Peace Process 1990s to 2004

Niall Holohan, Head of the Irish Representative Office to the PA, Ramallah

Read more... "The Good Friday Agreement and its Relevance to the Palestinian Situation"

 

  10.30-10.45  

Break

 

  10.45-12.00  


Ireland and Palestine
Niall Holohan

 

  12.00-13.00  

Lunch

 

  13.00-14.30  


Similarities and differences of the conflicts/peace process in Northern Ireland and Palestine-Israel
- Discussion

 

  14.30-14.45  

Break

 

  14.45-15.30   Final Discussion and Wrap-up

 

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