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Reports from 'Just Peace?' conference

Kia ora,

the following papers and reports from the Just Peace ?’ conference are available from Peace Movement Aotearoa. To order any of these papers: please print out this message; place a tick in the ( ) preceeding the papers you want copies of; fill in your name and postal address clearly in the space provided at the end of this message; and post back with your cheque to PMA. The amount charged is for cost-price copying and postage. _________________________

*** Papers from speakers ***

Note - the number of pages is icluded in square brackets after each paper.

( ) Dr Julienne Kaman: Papua New Guinea, the situation, research on a trial Peace Studies Course. [21]

( ) Josephine Sirivi: Indigenous Wisdom on Peace Making and Peace Building: How to make peace in a post-colonial conflict, Bougainville. [7]

( ) Prof. Roger S. Clark: The Development of International Criminal Law. [19]

( ) Dr Howard Zehr: Journey to Belonging. [9]

( ) Judge Fred McElrea: Keynote address - Community Justice and Peace. [7]

( ) Peter Le Mere: Time to Abolish War. [2]

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*** Reports from notes of workshops attended ***

( ) Peace and Justice Issues in Education (Charmaine Pountney). [ 3]

( ) Restorative Justice in Schools (Ann Dunphy, and others from Penrose High School). [2]

( ) The Role of the Media (Prof. Judy McGregor, plenary session). [1]

( ) The situation in Papua New Guinea (Dr Julienne Kaman). [1]

( ) Indigenous Wisdom on Peace Making and Peace Building - Vanuatu (Hilda Lini). [2]



( ) Indigenous Wisdom on Peace Making and Peace Building - Bougainville (Josephine Sirivi). [1]

( ) The Truth and Reconciliation Commission - South Africa (Tlhoki Mofokeng). [6]

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