Tenth Youth Peace Ambassadors Training Workshop (YPA10), 18-25 May 2015, UNSOED Purwokerto, and Bandung, Indonesia

 18 May
 UNSOED, Purwokerto, Indonesia
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 Darryl Macer
Faculty of Medicine Universitas Jenderal Soedirman (UNSOED), Purwokerto, 18-24 May 2015 AND Peace Generation Indonesia (PeaceGen), Bandung, 24-25 May 2015 Draft Agenda (Update of 12 May 2015) Monday, 18 May [Venue: Dominic Hotel] 08:30-13:00 Session 1: Ableism and Disability Opening and Orientation - Dean, Faculty of Medicine UNSOED; Prof. Darryl Macer Ableism and disabled people - Prof. Gregor Wolbring (Canada, via Skype) History of discourses on Disability and Ability – Panel of AUSN Visiting Professors from Indonesia, the Philippines, New Zealand Bioethics Across the World - Prof. Darryl Macer 12:30-13:30 Lunch 13:30-17:30 Session 2: Ability and Law Ability Privilege - Prof. Darryl Macer Patients’ Choice and Consent in Indonesia – Dr. Miko Ferine Ableism and the Law - Prof. Darryl Macer Ableism in medical care against the elderly in Indonesia - Dr. Pirlina Umiastuti, Dip.In Pop., M.Kes. Post 18:00 Evening Discussion with AUSN students on Thesis progression Tuesday, 19 May [Venue: Dominic Hotel] 08:30-13:00 Session 3: Bioethics, Justice and Ability Ableism and Ability Equity and Equality - Prof. Darryl Macer Bioethics and Ability in Indonesia - Dr. Amalia Muhaimin, UNSOED and AUSN Traditional Medical Practitioners and Bioethics in the Philippines - Prof. Angelica Baylon, AUSN, Philippines How to promote the potential for all persons to excel - Prof. Darryl Macer 12:30-13:30 Lunch 13:30-18:00 Session 4: Eugenics and Genetics for or against Disability? Eugenics and Colonization -- Prof. Darryl Macer Science and technologies and their impact an Ableism - - Prof. Darryl Macer Ableism in individuals living with thalassemia – Ms. Diyah Woro Dwi Lestari, S.Psi., M.A., UNSOED and AUSN Reproductive Health in Indonesia - Yeremias Jena, S.S., M.Hum., M.Sc. Post 18:00 Evening Discussion with AUSN students on Thesis progression Continued on 20th…. Persons who are interested to enroll in the MBGPH, MPH or CCP programs of AUSN please check http://au-sn.com/degree-programs/mbgph-master-of-bioethics-and-global-public-health/ and write to Prof. Darryl Macer, Email: dmacer@au-sn.com II. Tenth International YPA Training Workshop (20-25 May 2015) Wednesday, 20 May (Overlap with Intensive Course) Venue: - YPA10 Opening : Rektorat Building, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman (UNSOED) - Sessions 5 & 6 : Aula Dekanat, Faculty of Medicine UNSOED Time Agenda Speaker 08.30 – 09.00: Transfer to Rektorat UNSOED 09.00 – 10.30 Opening Session of YPA10 Self-Introductions of All Prof. Darryl Macer UNSOED officials 10.30 – 11.00 Transfer to Faculty of Medicine UNSOED Session 5: Human Security and Peace 11.00 – 12.30 Ability Security and Ability Peace Through an Ability Expectation and Ableism Lens Prof. Darryl Macer 12.30 – 13.30 Lunch break Session 6: Peace and Ethics 13.30 – 14.30 Peace and the Ocean Prof. Angelica Baylon, AUSN, Philippines 14.30 – 15.00 I CAN (YPA9 Action Plan) Prof. Rowena Fajardo Zoilo, the Phillipines 15.00 – 15.30 Coffee Break 15.30 – 16.00 Building on from YPA4, YPA5: Indonesian Youth and Peace Muslihudin (Uli) Sharbinie, Indonesia 16:00 – 16.30 Juvenile Delinquency Maruf Hassan, Bangladesh 16.30 – 17.00 Survey of Expectations of Fortune Telling Ananya Tritipthumrongchok EEI, Thailand 17.00 – 17.30 Challenges to Social Recovering from Ebola Leroy Johnson, Liberia 17.30 – 18.00 Transfer to hotel 18.45 – 19.00 Transfer to Pendopo Kabupaten 19.00 – 21.00 Welcome Dinner – YPA10 (All participants are welcome to join) Pendopo Kabupaten Banyumas (District Government Hall) Thursday, 21 May Time Session Venue 08:00-12:00 Philosophical walk around Slamet Volcano from Ketenger Village up to Pancuran Pitu / the Seven Hot Springs. Bring suitable clothes and bathing clothes if you wish to enjoy the medicinal hot springs, or mud foot massages, etc. [Intensive Course participants are welcome to join] Ketenger Village and Pancuran Pitu, Baturaden 12:00-13:00 Lunch 13:00-15:30 Presentations of Former YPA & LBD Participants 1 • Gloria Marcella Morgen Wiria, Indonesia, “Social Business "Lele Food" in Cimenyan Village – YPA6 Action Plan” • Sol Erwin Diaz, the Philippines – “Promoting Peace through Language Teaching to the TriPeople Youth of Mindanao - YPA9 Action Plan” • Muhammad Rezki Achyana, Director, Putrakami Foundation; Founder ABA Batam, Batam, Riau Archipelago Province, Indonesia, “Autism and Peace” • Annisa Rahma Jefi, Indonesia – Peace and High School Faculty of Medicine, UNSOED 15.30-16.00 Break and prayers 16.00-18.00 Presentations of Former YPA & LBD Participants 2 • Faidh Husnan, Indonesia – YPA Action Plans and Medical Service • Feby Basco-Lunag, the Philippines – “Indigenous Peoples Empowerment” • Andromeda and Radita, Indonesia – To be confirmed • Donopan Simanungkalit and Indonesian Green Action Forum “Results of IGAF former YPA Action Plans” • Sumiya Siddiquia, Bangladesh – “World Youth Bank” • Dibakar Babu Bhattarai, Youth’s UNESCO Club, Nepal – “Culture Conservation program- - YPA7 Action Plan” • Muhammad Ziaul Huq, Bangladesh, “Chemical misuse in food in Bangladesh” Faculty of Medicine, UNSOED Friday, 22 May Time Session Venue 08.00-11.30 Action Plan building – Prof. Darryl Macer At times throughout the day there will be additional Keynote lectures on Peace and Community Service – but this day is intended for everyone to develop action plans and receive mentoring and advice targeted to the specific topics of the plans. Further presentations: • Tam Hoang, Australia, “Youth Beyond Disasters and the Sendai 2015 DRR Conference” • Ikbar Al Asyari, Indonesia - Title to come 11.30-13.00 Friday Prayer and Lunch 13.00-15.30 Draft presentations of YPA10 Participants and Feedback by AUSN Professors. Action Plan Development & Presentations Draft presentations, revision and formal final presentations of action plans. All participants will be expected to prepare a written action plan in Power Point for follow-up with linkage to their communities. See examples of action plans on: http://www.eubios.info/youth_peace_ambassadors_international/ypa9_-_arizona_usa 15.30-16.00 Break 16.00-18.00 Action Plan Development mentoring Saturday, 23 May Time Session Venue 08.00-10.30 Draft Presentations of YPA10 Action Plans Dominic Hotel 10.30-13.00 Visit to SDN (Public Elementary School) Karanggintung: UNSOED Medical Students Project on Character Building. Report on the Assessment of the Successes and Challenges of the Project. 13.00-14.00 Lunch Dominic Hotel 14.00-15.30 Final Presentations of YPA10 Action Plans (Part 1) Dominic Hotel 15.30-16.00 Break Dominic Hotel 16.00-17.45 Final Presentations of YPA10 Action Plans (Part 1I) Certificates, Wrap up and farewell from UNSOED Dominic Hotel 17:45 – 18:00 Graduation for first set of AUSN Certificate in Community and Peace recipients Dominic Hotel Sunday, 24 May Time Session Venue 08.00-09.00 Check out and board the bus with luggage Dominic Hotel 09.00-16.00 Transfer to Bandung by bus; Rural development study tour from bus Dominic Hotel 16.00-18.00 Check in to Eco Camp Training Center Eco Camp Training Center, Bandung 18.30-21.00 Welcome dinner and Reunion with Bandung based former trainees • Introduction to Eco Camp and PeaceGen Indonesia • Session of YPA delegates and Bandung students and youth on Peace, including: Hagi Novar, Titin Annisa and team, Indonesia – “Charity to Children with Artificial Legs – YPA7 Action Plan” Monday, 25 May: Bandung Time Session Venue 06.00-07.00 07.00-08.00 08.00-11.00 • Forest sunrise together • Breakfast • Prof. Darryl Macer – “Summary of YPA10 Action Plan Achievements” • Presentation from PeaceGen on how peace gen teach students on peace in schools EcoCamp PeaceGen Indonesia, Bandung 11.00-13.00 Lunch and transfer to KAA Conference Hall and Museum 13.00-15.00 Visit Asia Africa 1955 Summit Hall; and conference museum. See and learn Bandung spirit in promoting human rights and peace. • (AUSN CCP Graduation photo) 15.00-18.00 • Saung angklung Mang Udjo. Learn a culture and enjoy angklung performance promoting peace and diversity • Closing Ceremony Asia Africa 1955 conference museum Saung Angklung Mang Ujo 18.00 Board evening trains/buses to Jakarta or destinations Please submit applications using the form to: ypaevaluation@gmail.com and Cc to bioetik.fkunsoed2015@gmail.com Persons who are interested to enroll in the MBGPH, MPH or CCP programs of AUSN please check @[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vYXUtc24uY29tL2RlZ3JlZS1wcm9ncmFtcy9tYmdwaC1tYXN0ZXItb2YtYmlvZXRoaWNzLWFuZC1nbG9iYWwtcHVibGljLWhlYWx0aC86Og==:@[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vYXUtc24uY29tL2RlZ3JlZS1wcm9ncmFtcy9tYmdwaC1tYXN0ZXItb2YtYmlvZXRoaWNzLWFuZC1nbG9iYWwtcHVibGljLWhlYWx0aC86Og==:http://au-sn.com/degree-programs/mbgph-master-of-bioethics-and-global-public-health/]] and write to Prof. Darryl Macer, Email: dmacer@au-sn.com Invitation We invite you to join empowered young professionals and youth from around the world with the Youth Peace Ambassadors (YPA) International in building peace in the world. Youth from countries all around the world will share experiences of working to promote the culture of peace and to develop practical action plans. For the tenth YPA we will hold the full training for the first time in Indonesia. Indonesian delegates have participated in many YPAs abroad, so this time many foreign delegates can meet Youth Ambassadors from all across Indonesia. In 1955 Indonesia hosted the Africa-Asia Summit, the start of the G77 and non-aligned movement. Fifty years on, let’s meet together in Indonesia! There will be an optional trip to Bandung at the end of the YPA10; and an Intensive Bioethics and Ability Studies Course from the 18 May. Since 2010, Eubios Ethics Institute in cooperation with partner institutions including American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN), UNESCO, Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation and others have organized nine Youth Peace Ambassador Training Workshops across the world with 600 youth from 50 countries. No matter what your circumstances or age you are welcome to join. Together, the participants identify issues that can promote a culture of peace. So far they have developed 250 action projects promoted at making a difference in their communities. People and NGOs will come from all faith communities and interests. Join us to reflect on life and peace. We will listen to the reports of past peace and community service actions by youth, in a range of areas from around the world. There will be world renowned professors and activists who campaign to protect human rights and peace. All participants will be assisted to develop an action plan to help develop their community and the world. The programme is both for fresh persons to community service as well as persons who are actually doing things to rebuild communities. If you are one of these people, or would like to become one, then you can join us with about 100 participants expected. During the YPA10 we will take a 4 hour philosophical walk around Slamet Volcano (See p. 1) from Ketenger Village up to Pancuran Pitu / the Seven (hot) Springs. Bring suitable clothes and bathing clothes if you wish to enjoy the medicinal hot springs, or mud foot massages, etc. Arrival and Travel International delegates may fly into Jakarta, and transfer to Jakarta Gambir Train station where regular express trains depart to Purwokerto. For the 5 hour trip in express business class air conditioned carriage, the fare is USD20. There are cheaper trains or buses. Travel by air to Jogyakarta requires a 4 hour car ride on a bendy countryside road, hence we suggest the train. Further details will be provided to registered participants. The optional trip to Bandung involves a 5 hour train trip and one hour drive from Purwokerto. During the YPA10 conference we will undertake several field trips (price included) in bus together. We will have over ten AUSN Visiting Professors at the Conference and pre-training, so enrolled students will receive credit for the courses towards their postgraduate Certificate/Masters’ degree at AUSN. The American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN, @[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vd3d3LkFVLVNOLmNvbS86Og==:@[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vd3d3LkFVLVNOLmNvbS86Og==:www.AU-SN.com]]) is developed by leading scholars and innovators in different fields with the Fulbright Academy of Law, Peace and Public Health (@[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vd3d3LkZ1bGJyaWdodEFjYWRlbXlMYXcub3JnLzo6:@[NjQyMTgzOTU5MjA4MTA3Omh0dHBcYS8vd3d3LkZ1bGJyaWdodEFjYWRlbXlMYXcub3JnLzo6:www.FulbrightAcademyLaw.org]]). It represents a monumental historic development: the project represents the development of the First-ever Medical School and First-ever Master of Public Health (MPH) program to be developed and offered on Native American Sovereign Tribal Land. It also offers the First-ever Master of Bioethics and Global Public Health (MBGPH) program in the world; and Postgraduate Certificate in Community and Peace. AUSN is strongly based in the promotion of respect for human rights, fundamental freedoms, peace, the sense of human dignity, and the promotion of understanding, tolerance and friendship amongst all nations and all Peoples. AUSN is deeply committed to offering excellence of education, academia and scholarship, through which we will, provide our students, researchers and staff the intellectual freedoms and ability to rejoice in the discovery of critical thought and the pursuit of excellence; and properly prepare future leaders of our communities who will be committed and vigorously engaged in helping those who suffer, are burdened by social injustices, or who are stricken by disease, and do so for the benefit of all peoples and populations. Faculty and Facilitators include Prof. Darryl Macer, Director, Eubios Ethics Institute and Provost; Director, Institute of Indigenous Peoples and Global Studies, AUSN; Dr. Amalia Muhaimin, UNSOED and AUSN; and many other Youth Activists and AUSN Visiting Professors (the draft agenda will be available soon). Organizing Committee includes Diyah Woro Dwi Lestari; Tisna Sendy Pratama; Miko Ferine; Amalia Muhaimin; Faidh Husnan; Andromeda; Radita Ika Pratiwi, Andrian Novatmiko; Lutfi Maulana; Ageng Bella Dinata; Gagah Baskara Adi Nugroho; Mirzania Mahya Fathia; Mulia Sari; Raditya Bagas Wicaksono; Yahdiyani Razanah; Ananya Tritipthumrongchok; Darryl Macer; Annisa Rahma Jefi; Ita Pravitasari; Muslihudin Sharbinie (Uli); Ukhfi Thursina; Novalita Arisanti Irawan. Accommodation and Meals included - Early Bird Rates by 30 April The conference fee including accommodation, field trips and meals during the workshop from 20 May morning to 24 May evening is USD300 (Pay by 30 April for Early Bird Rate of USD250). For those local youth who do not require accommodation the rate is USD150, and regular fee after 30 April USD200. Intensive Conference on Bioethics and Ability Studies This will be held at UNSOED all day the 18th and 19th May, and overlap on the 20th May. The 21st May will be a field trip, and those just joining the Intensive Course are welcome to join YPA10 delegates. The extra cost of the Intensive Course including lunches and breaks is USD50 per day. How to apply Applications should include a letter of intent, including full name, address, affiliation, age, past activities, and hopes (use registration form below) to Email: ypaevaluation@gmail.com and Cc to bioetik.fkunsoed2015@gmail.com For previous trainees of YPA or LBD workshops the applicants do not need to submit the letter of intent but fill in the form to register. Those participants who would like to give a presentation should send a 300 word abstract. [All participants will also present their action plan developed at the Workshop during the YPA10 event] The application form is available in word from the website. We need flight arrival and departure times. Participants who require accommodation before and after YPA10 should email for quotes, noting that hotels charge per room, so if you wish to lower costs you may wish to stay together with others! Where shall we go after University life? How to work for Peace in the world and my community? Have fun, shop, work, contemplate, learn and become a person to make change and evaluate how to develop our world.

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