14-16 April 2015
HOTEL TROPIC-SALA CABINDA LUANDA
1 DAY, 14 APRIL 2015
|Time||Act or Activity||Responsible|
|8: 00||Arrival and registration of participants and guests (Tea/Coffee)||Protocol (AJPD)|
|9: 00 am||Words of welcome and presentation of the objectives of the Conference||Lucia da Silveira|
|9:30||ACADEMIC LECTURE: Right to truth and Memory as a human right. Lecturer: Dr. Paul Endo, Prof. da USP-Brazil||Moderator: Sharmila Pinto de Andrade|
|10: 30 am||1st Panel: Transition to independence in Angola in the light of the Alvor agreements: what is it like? What are the future lessons? Facilitators: Ngola Kabango/Lopo do Nascimento/Jaka Jamba.||Moderator: Anthony Ventura|
|1400||2nd Panel: Right to the truth and memory in the light of the various peace agreements: Gbadolite, Bicesse in 1991 to 1999, 1994 Lusaka, Luena in 2002 and of Namibe in 2006. Facilitators: Mr Eugénio Manuvakola, Pe. Raúl Taty, Prof. Mário Pinto de Andrade||Moderator: Salvador Freire|
|4: 30 pm||END OF WORK|
2nd DAY, 15 APRIL 2015
|08:00||Arrival of participants and guests (Tea and Coffee)||Moderator|
|9:0||3rd Panel: EXPERIENCES of INTOLERANCE, VIOLENCE and the right to truth and COLLECTIVE MEMORY: Testimonials (20 Minutes each)
|11: 30||4th Panel: TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE in post-conflict countries and the construction of truth and collective memory: Regional Experience. (20 Minutes each). Facilitators: Representatives of Namibia, Mozambique, South Africa.||Sizaltina Cutaia|
|2:0 pm||5 Panel: THE RIGHT TO TRUTH AND MEMORY IN CHRISTIAN THEOLOGICAL/BIBLICAL CONTEXT. (30 m each) Facilitators: Rev. Ntoni Nzinga, Rev. Deolinda Teak (CICA), Frei. Julio Lamp, Mosaiko.||ModeradorElias Isaac|
|3: 30 pm||DEBATE|
|4: 30 pm||END OF WORK|
3rd DAY, 16 APRIL 2015
|08:00||Arrival of the participants and invited Tea/Coffee||Moderator/a|
|9:0||6 Panel: Memory and Truth in the context of Peace: human rights and Citizenship as a space for affirmation of national reconciliation and democracy. (20 Minutes each) Facilitators: Angelo Kapuatcha, Pe. Casimiro Congo, Luaty Beirão, Zeca Matxima.||Baker Jelembi.|
|11: 30||ROUNDTABLE: RIGHT TO TRUTH AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN THE CONTEXT OF POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSITION. WHAT MODEL FOR ANGOLA? Francisco Kapalo Ngongo, Eunice Ignatius, Pe. Pius Wakussanga, Dr. Maria Amélia Telles||Margaret Nanga|
|READING OF CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS|
|Platform PLANNING for Justice, peace and reconciliation in the SADC region.|
With this Conference we aim to achieve the following GOALS:
1. Promote a public space, open, and inclusive for analysis of the right to truth and collective memory in the post-conflict context in Angola;
2. Identify problems that can threaten peace and who need professional intervention and medication of trauma as well as promote a space of healing of wounds, acceptance and mutual forgiveness;
3. Propose measures to mitigate conflicts and prospects of political intolerance, violence and police repression.
4. Start the construction of a common agenda of Collective Memories that strengthen a restorative justice and contributing to history of Angola.
With this Conference we aim to achieve the following RESULTS:
1. Proposed Collective memory recovery mechanisms based on truth, justice, and healing the traumas of the past conflict.
2. Created a platform or National Observatory for peace, justice and Reconciliation in Angola.
3. Government creates mechanisms to resolve the political acts of intolerance.