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Peace & Security in the New Millennium Conference

Peace and Security in the New Millennium: How Can New Zealand Contribute?

Monday, June 12th 2000 from 9 am - 5 pm at Legislative Assembly Parliament


8.30 - 9 .00 am Registration

9.00 am Welcome

9.05am Opening by Hon Phil Goff Minister of Foreign Affairs

9.15am A Foreign Policy for Peace: The Political agenda for New Zealand's Foreign Policy for Peace. Panel Discussion - Facilitator Dr Andrew Ladley; Panel -Terence O'Brien, Dr Paul Hutchison MP, Dr Kate Dewes, Bryce Harland; Summarise - David Cunliffe MP

11.00 am Morning Tea - Grand Hall

11.15 am Laws to Enforce Peace: New Zealand's Commitment to and Obligations under an International framework of Law and Treaties for Peace. Panel Discussion - Facilitator Dr Roderic Alley; Panel - Felicity Wong; Keith Locke MP; John Head; Dr Guy Wilson-Roberts; Summarise - Ben Keith

1.00 - 1.45 pm Lunch - Grand Hall

1.45 pm A Defence Strategy for Peace: New Zealand's Defence Forces Contribution to Peace. Panel Discussion - Facilitator Brig. Roger Mortlock; Panel - John Hayes, three representatives from the Defence Forces, Anna Chartres. Summarise - Dr Jim Rolfe

3.15 pm Afternoon Tea - Grand Hall

3.30 pm A Culture for Peace: New Zealand's development of an Agenda and Culture for Peace Panel Discussion - Facilitator Ian Johnstone; Panel: Judge Fred McElrea, Denis O'Reilly, Miranda Harcourt, Camilla Browne, Larry Ross. Summarise - Des Brough.

Concluding Remarks: Dame Laurie Salas

Contributors: Dr Andrew Ladley - Director of Parliamentary Coalition, Law Academic; Terence O'Brien - Academic VUW, Former Senior NZ Diplomat and Director of Centre Studies; Dr Kate Dewes - Disarmament and Security Centre Christchurch; Bryce Harland - Director NZ Inst of International Affairs, Former Senior NZ Diplomat; Dr Paul Hutchison MP - Founding member of IPPNW NZ; David Cunliffe MP for Titirangi, background Foreign Policy; Dr Rod Alley -academic VUW Politics; Keith Locke - MP Foreign Affairs spokesperson Greens; Felicity Wong - International Law MFAT; John Head - Spokesperson NZ CALM Landmines campaign; Dr Guy Wilson-Roberts - Deputy Director Centre for Strategic Studies; Ben Keith - International Law Association; Brig. Roger Mortlock - Former NZ Defence Force Bougainville; Defence Force personnel; Anna Chartres - NZ young person at Gallipoli; John Hayes - Director South Pacific Division MFAT; Dr Jim Rolfe - Academic VUW, Defence specialist; Ian Johnstone - Media Commentator, Author; Judge Fred McElrea - District Court Judge - Key person in the development of Restorative Justice model; Denis O'Reilly - Former Director Millennium Project, Strategic change consultant; Camilla Browne - Teacher, Soka Gakkai International NZ; Miranda Harcourt - Actor, Producer; Larry Ross - Instigator and Developer of NZ Nuclear Free Movement and Peacemaking Assn; Des Brough - Educationalist, Chair National Consultative Committee on Disarmament; Dame Laurie Salas - Distinguished Peace Activist.

Programme co-ordinators: Robin Halliday and Ian Prior for Abolition 2000 and IPPNW.

Registration Form -please print off and return with your payment to the address below.




Telephone No.



Please tick one: Full day $25.00 [ ] Unwaged $15.00 [ ] Half Day including lunch $15.00 [ ]

Cheques to be made out to Abolition 2000. Receipts will be given.

Please send completed form by post or by fax to: Robin Halliday, Abolition 2000/IPPNW, C/- Dept. of Public Health, Wellington School of Medicine, PO Box 7343, Wellington South Fax: 04 389 5319 or 04 938 5164

For any queries please phone 04 385 5999 x 5086 or (04) 938 5162 evening.


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PO Box 9314, Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
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