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AGENDA (English)

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International Workshop & Symposium Regarding Hansen's Disease/Leprosy ,March 2009,Taiwan :

 

Ensuring the Rights and Dignity of the Older Generation Affected by Hansen's Disease/Leprosy

Strategy for International and National Preservation of Leprosy Heritage Sites and Cross Boundary Joint Application for World Cultural Heritage.

 

AGENDA

Tuesday, March 3      -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

1100-1400 :                    Lunch

1400-1700 :                    Visit Losheng Sanatorium

 

Wednesday, March 4- ------Interactive Workshop in LoSheng Sanatorium

 

Moderators:

Fred, Chiu Y.L., anthropologist, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

Wang Tsen-Yung, Institute of Health and Welfare Policy, National Yang-Ming University

 

1000-1200                   Interactive workshop(1)

1200-1400                   Lunch

1400-1600                   Interactive workshop(2)

 

Thursday, March 5 --- Press  conference

 

0930-1030                   press conference at Legislative Yuan (the parliament of Taiwan)

1100-1200                   Visit Council for Cultural Affairs

1200-1300                   Lunch

1300-1700                   Visit Historical Sites

 

Friday, March 6   ----International Workshop and Symposium (semi interpretation)

 

l   Open Secession

Moderators:

Mr. Lee Tien-Pei, President of IDEA, Taiwan

 

Mr. Fred, Chiu Y.L.,anthropologist, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

 

0930-0950:                  Introduce Invitees

Opening Remark

Mr. 宋晏仁, Vice minister, Department of Health.

 

Keynote speech

 

0950-1020             Mme. Anwei Law, International Coordinator, IDEA International

Ensuring the Rights and Dignity of the Older Generation Affected by Hansen's Disease/Leprosy and restoration of family ties.  

 

 Statement by COHRE, Center on Housing Rights and Evictions

                                       The right to housing in United Nations conventions

 

 

l   The Right to Home

 

The rights of the older generation of people affected by leprosy to remain in the places that have become their homes.

 

Moderators:

Mr. Henry Law, IDEA International, First Superintendent, Kalaupapa National Historical Park. 

 

Mr. John, Liu, K. C, architect, professor, Institute of Building and Planning ,National Taiwan University.

 

1020 -1050                Presenters

 

Valerie Monson, Ka ‘Ohana O Kalaupapa, Hawaii (25min)

                  The Right to Home

 

Mr. Jung, Sang Kwon, President for Socio-economic Development, IDEA International & President of IDEA Korea  (25min)

 

1050-1100                   Break

 

1100-1210            Mr. Lee Chor-Seng and Mr. Sin Toh-Han, Representative from Sungai Buloh Leprosy Settlement, Malaysia , Resisting closure of Sungai Buloh Leprosy Settlement (25min)

 

Lee Tien-Pei,&藍彩雲Representative of IDEA Taiwan(25min)

Resisting closure of Lo-sheng Sanatorium in Taiwan 

 

1210-1240        Lunch

1240-1310           Watch the Documentary, The Everlasting Valley of Hope (30min)

Mr. Wong Ngee-Choong and Ms. Por Heong-Hong, Malaysia 

 

l   The Right to Family

 

The importance of encouraging the restoration of family ties and how this can help to eliminate stigma        

Moderators: 

Mr. Fred, Chiu Y.L.,anthropologist, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

 

Presenters

1310-1440

Takayuki Harada, Ka ‘Ohana O Kalaupapa, Hawaii   (25min)

 

Mme. Ayako Yaegashi, IDEA Japan, Board Member.   (25min)

                   Here We Are Together

 

Mme. Shu lin-lin, family member of a Lo-sheng patient, supervisors of IDEA Taiwan    (20min):Preparing LoSheng Museum, recording Families of Losheng in past, now, and Future

 

Ms. Chloros, Liu Meng-Yi, family member of a Lo-sheng patient (20min)

Recording one part of History with my Grandparents who live in LoSheng

 

1440-1510           Coffee Break

 

1510-1535           Mr. Sigurd Sandmo, Curator, Leprosy Museum, Bergen, Norway (25min)

Preserving the history of leprosy as a way to help with restoring family ties

 

 

1535-1625           Photo EX (slide) Mr. Cyo So-Syo, photographer, Taiwan (25min)

 

Photo EX (ppt) “The ties that bond.” (25min)

Nobuyuki Yaegashi, photographer, Board Member of IDEA Japan

 

 

l   Conclusion

 

Presenters        

1625-1700

Mr. Shinshu Ootaniha (5min)

 

Mr. Lim Doo-Sung, Member of National Assembly, Republic of Korea

                                       Legislation in Korea  (25min)

 

Statement by Doug Soutar, General Secretary, International Federation of Anti-Leprosy Associations (ILEP)  

 

Statement by Marcos Virmond

President, International Leprosy Association (ILA)

 


 

Saturday, March 7--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

l   Cross boundary Joint Applications for World Heritage Sites.

Create a movement to preserve the history of leprosy through the designation of World Heritage Sites.

 

Moderators: 

Mme. Anwei Law,(IDEA) International Coordinator, The International Association for Integration, Dignity, and Economic Advancement  

 

Mme. Alice, Chiu Ru-hwa,General Secretary of  (IHRMT) Institute of Historical Resources

Management    

 

0930-0950            Opening Remark

Mme. Huang Pi-Twan, Minister of Council of Cultural Affairs, Taiwan.

 

Keynote speech 1

0950-1050                            Mr. Yukio Nishimura, Proffesor of Tokyo University, former Vice-President, International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). 

Introduce the WH "operational guidelines’article 134 to 139 Trans 

boundary Properties and Serial properties in many countries.

 

1050-1100           Break

 

                    Keynote speech 2

1100-1200           Mr. Sigurd Sandmo, Curator, Leprosy Museum, Bergen, Norway

UNESCO’s Memory of the World Program.  

Description the Case with  Norway UNESCO’s Memory of the World Program

 

1200-1230           Lunch

1230-1300                           Watch the Film Document <Lo - Sheng>

Anita Chang, Professor, National Dong Hwa University,Taiwan.

 

l   Preservation of Leprosy Heritage Sites

Strategies for the international and national preservation of leprosy heritage sites, as part of the history of leprosy and the history of social justice

 

Moderators: 

Mr. Henry Law and Mr. Hsia Chu-Joe, architect, professor,Institute of Building and Planning ,National Taiwan University.

 

Presenters

1300-1415

Mr. Henry Law,(IDEA), First Superintendent, Kalaupapa National Historical Park.

Future of the last leprosy communities (20min)

 

Valerie Monson, Ka ‘Ohana O Kalaupapa, Hawaii (25min)

The Right to Be Part of One’s Own History

 

Mme. Rlene Santos Steffy, Guam (25min) 

                                                Efforts regarding the preservation of the history of leprosy in Guam, Tinian, and Palau, including the importance of oral history

 

1415-1425           Break

 

1425-1515                       Mr. Lin Yong-Long ,  (25min)

Valley of Hope Solidarity,the Sungai Buloh Hospital, Malaysia 

 

Mr. Yu Chao-chin, professor of Landscape Architecture department, Chung-Yuan University and Mr. John, Liu, K. C, professor,Institute of Building and Planning ,National Taiwan University. (25min)

 

1515-1545           Coffee Break

 

1545-1615           Photo EX (slide) Mme. Pam Parlapiano, photographer, IDEA member  (20min)

                                                Preserving the history of people through dignified photographs

 

                  

l   Integrated Discussion

 

1615-1705           Moderators: 

Mme. Alice, Chiu Ru-hwa, General Secretary of (IHRMT) Institute of Historical Resources

Management    

 

l   Closing Ceremony

1655-1705           Read the joint statemnet.

 

 

 

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