Konference i Landstingssalen den 5. februar 2005

Folkekirkens Nødhjælp

Perspektiver for en løsning af Israel-Palæstina konflikten

 

–         Hvad kan Danmark gøre?

 

 

Konference i Landstingssalen lørdag den 5. februar kl. 9.30 – 16.00

 

 

 

Hvad er status for konflikten?

Hvordan kan regionens civilsamfund bidrage til fred?

Hvad gør EU og FN? – og hvad kan Danmark bidrage med?

 

Blandt oplægsholderne er UNRWAs generalsekretær Peter Hansen, Direktør for Peres Peace Center Ron Pundak og medlem af Knesset Yossi Beilin. Oplæggene bliver fulgt op af en diskussion med udenrigspolitiske ordførere fra folketingets partier.

 

Konferencen er arrangeret af Socialdemokraterne, Det Radikale Venstre og Folkekirkens Nødhjælp i samarbejde med Dagbladet Politiken.

 

Konferencen er på engelsk.

 

Tilmelding til Folkekirkens Nødhjælp på tlf. 3315 2800 eller email bwr@dca.dk

 

Pris for deltagelse DKK 100,- som betales ved indgangen. Let frokost inkluderet.

 

 

Program for konferencen:

 

Obstacles and Opportunities for an end to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

 

5 February 2005

 

Draft Programme

 

 

 9:30                Opening by former Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Mogens Lykketoft (Social Democrats) and former Minister of Foreign Affairs Niels Helveg Petersen (Social liberals) 

 

 

1. The situation in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories

 

09.50                             The Humanitarian Situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories by Peter Hansen, UNRWA

10.00              “The Psycho-Political Climate in Israel and Palestinian Territories”. Mr. Ron Pundak, Director General of the Peres Center for Peace

10.10              Status and challenges for the peace process by Israel’s ambassador to Denmark

10.20              Status and challenges for the peace process by Afif Safieh, PA representative to the UK and the Vatican

 

10.30              Debate between the panellists

 

11.00 Coffee break

 

2. Towards a peace? – The human dimension to reconciliation

 

11.15              The crossing border initiative. By a young Israeli and a young Palestinian participant

11.45                            The Geneva Initiative, strengths, weaknesses and status. By Mr. Yossi Beilin.

12.10                            Questions and debate

 

12.40 Lunch Break

 

3. Towards a peace – the role of the international community

 

13.15              EU’s Middle East policy and practice (trade, development assistance and settlements) – coercion or contradiction. By Rosemary Hollis, Royal Institute of International Affairs.

13.35              The United Nations’ role in Middle East peace building – possibilities and limitations. By Richard Falk, Princeton University

 

13.55                            Questions and debate

 

 

4. What can Denmark do?

 

15.00              Introduction and summary of the previous discussions by Michael Jarlner, dirigent. Questions to the speakers on foreign policy issues from parties represented in the Danish parliament.

 

 

16.15 End of Conference

 

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