Programme- English version

Sábado 15 de noviembre de 2014

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Monday, 17th November 2014

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9:00 h. Accreditation

9:00 h. Inauguration:

Inauguration Speech and moderation of the Session.

      • Juan Carmelo García. Executive Secretary’s Office of FIDC

Representatives from Different Institutions:

      • Babacar Diop. PAALAE; CIS/FIDC.
      • Agustín Vivas.Dean. Faculty of Documentary and Communications Sciences
      • Segundo Piriz Durán. Rector of the University of Extremadura (UEX)
      • Francisco Javier Fragoso. Mayor of Badajoz
      • Giorgio CERINA. Director of the International Cooperation for the Development Agency of Extremadura (AEXCID)

9.30-10.30h- Framework Contribution on:

Democracies, Democratization, Human Rights and Development .

      • Antonio TUJÁN, IBON. CIS-ASIA.

PANEL I: New Paradigms for Development and International Cooperation: Views from the South – territorial and sectorial perspective–

Collective contribution presented by:

      • Dulce GARCÍA, ALER. CIS-ALC. Comunication and Popular Education for the Buen Vivir in Latin America.
      • Demba Mousa DEMBELE, FSA; CIS-AF. What Development and which cooperation from the point of view of the African social movement?.
      • Azra Talat Sayeed, APRN. CIS-AS. International Cooperation based on the respect of democratic principles in the framework of the rural development policies and agriculture in Asia .

Moderation:

      • Juan Carmelo García. IEPALA.

11:30h Break

11:45h. PANEL I: (second part)

      • Andrés Falck, CONSORTIUM LOCAL GLOBAL. CIS-EU. Decentralised cooperation and participatory democracies: perspectives from Europe.
      • Segundo TERCERO, IU IEPALA-UCM. CIS-EU. Critics of the Common Sense from/ on the Modernity: Clover with four leaves.
      • Inmaculada GONZÁLEZ, Profesora de la Universidad de La Laguna. Tenerife. Cooperation as an intercultural dialogue, as an encounter of the Southern cultures.

Moderation:

      • Juan Carmelo García. IEPALA.

12:45h - THEMATIC COLLOQUIA

REGIONAL VIEWS ON THE PROBLEMS OF THE CURRENT DEMOCRACIES AND ITS VALIDITY

COLLOQUIUM 1. . DEMOCRATIZATION, SIVIL SOCIETY AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

      • Mario Quintanilla, PIDHDD. CIS-ALC. Social movements in the process of Democracy building: inclusive and permanent process. Progress, perspectives and challenges .
      • Babacar Diop, PAALAE. CIS-AF. Democratization, Education, Peace and Human Rights: views from Africa and from studies of case (Senegal; Burkina Faso; DR Congo...)
      • Ramón Bultron, APMM. CIS-AS. Democratization and Security, Violence, Militarism, Autoritarism...: how they impact Civil Society l
      • Carlos Peláez.Facultad de Educación. UCM. CIS-EU. Thoughts about social movements and the forms of education for participation: tips for the organizations and updates of the social action

COLLOQUIUM 2. DEMOCRATIZATION AND GENDER IN LATIN AMERICA, AFRICA AND ASIA

      • Imelda Arana Saens. REPEM. CIS-ALC.
      • Hassania DRISSI-CH ALBI, GENTA. CIS-AF. Democratization and Gender in Africa. Perspectives and Approaches towards Beijing +20
      • Joan SALVADOR. GABRIELA. CIS-AS

Rapporteur:

      • Isabel Pascual, HIC. CIS-ALC

14:15h. Lunch

15:30h. THEMATICAL COLLOQUIA 1 – 2 (continuing with Discussions and work on Reports)

17:15h. Break

17:45h. PLENARY SESSION – PRESENTATION OF REPORTS OF THE THEMATICAL COLLOQUIA

    • Report of the Colloquium 1. Democratization, Civil Society and Social Movements
    • Isabel PASCUAL. Report of the Colloquium 2. Democratization / Gender

Exchanges and Discussions

Moderation:

      • Edgardo Alvarez. CEAAL. CIS-ALC

19:30h. Closure of the session


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Tuesday, 18th November 2014

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9:00 h. Recuperation of the Contents of the 1st day: topics, questions and debates

      • Edgardo ALVAREZ. CEAAL. CIS-ALC

09:30h. PANEL II

THE SOUTH. And post -2015... what? Perspectives and challenges.

Collective contribution presented by:

      • Edgardo Alvarez. CEAAL. CIS-ALC. Education and Development: Post- 2015 in education... what? What type of Education, For what type of Development?
      • Demba Mousa DEMBELE, FSA; CIS-AF . After 2015, what type of development in Africa?
      • Antonio TUJÁN, IBON. CIS-AS. After 2015, what type of development in Asia?
      • Alvaro PUERTAS. HIC. CIS-ALC. Global strategies on Habitat Post - 2015. Perspectives and challenge
      • Antonio Zurita, FAMSI. CIS-EU. Local view. Oportunity for the global debate

      • Moderation: Juan Carmelo García. IEPALA

11:30h. Break

11:45h. DEBATE

14:00h. Closure of the VI FIDC

Table:

      • Giorgio Cerina. AEXCID Director .
      • Juan Carmelo García. Executive Secretary’s office of FIDC

Declaration of Badajoz

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