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Thursday, May 30, 2013

6:00 pm Welcome

Morschek und Burgmann "A Bluesy Day in Brasil" – Traditional Milonga
Youth Guitar Ensemble, Musikakademie VS
Conducted by: Stephan D. Weisser

» Helmut Lohrer, Congress-President, IPPNW, Germany
» Rupert Kubon, Mayor of Villingen-Schwenningen, Mayors for Peace
» Robert Mtonga, Co-President IPPNW, Zambia

7:00 pm Plenary Session 1:  "Small Arms – Weapons of Mass Destruction"
» Andrew Feinstein, Journalist and author, South Africa/Great Britain
» Maria Valenti, IPPNW Central Office, USA
» Walter Odhiambo, IPPNW, Kenya
» Arun Mitra, IPPNW, India
» Chair: Maria Valenti

7:00 pm Get Together


Friday, May 31, 2013

9:00 am Plenary Session 2: "Human Target: How Small Arms Production, Trade and Use Affect Health and Development"
» Shahriar Khateri, IPPNW, Iran
» Omolade Oladejo, IPPNW, Nigeria
» Luigi de Martino, Geneva Declaration on Armed Vionece and Development, Switzerland
» Alexander Butchart, WHO, Switzerland
» Chair: Alex Rosen, IPPNW, Germany

10:30 am Coffee Break

11:15 am Workshop Session I

12:45 am Lunch

2:00 pm Plenary Session 3:  "Economic and Political Root Causes and Impact of Global Arms Trade"
» Anna Alvazzi, Small Arms Survey, Switzerland
» Thomas Reifer, Transnational Institute, US
» Claudia Haydt, Informationsstelle Militarisierung (IMI), Germany
» Ignacio Paniagua, IPPNW, El Salvador
» Discussant: Christoph Krämer, IPPNW, Germany

3:30 pm Coffee Break

4:15 pm Workshop-Session II

6:15 pm Evening Meal

8:00 pm City Tour or Organconcert at the Benediktinerkirche


Saturday, June 1, 2013

9:00 am Keynote "Heckler & Koch: The Most Deadly Company in Europe"
» Jürgen Grässlin, German Peace Society (DFG-VK), Arms Information Office (RIB), Campaign „Aktion Aufschrei – Stoppt den Waffenhandel!“, Germany

10:00 am am All participants are invited by IPPNW Germany to visit Heckler & Koch in Oberndorf. Transfer by bus.

2:00 pm Plenary Session 4: "Alternatives: Conversion, Political Parameters and Alternative Security Concepts"
» Paul Schäfer, Die Linke, Germany
» Christine Schweitzer, Federation for Social Defence, Germany
» Nicolas Marsh, Peace Research Institute Oslo, Norway
» Moderation: Theodor Ziegler, Evangelical Church of Baden

3:30 pm Coffee Break

4:15 pm Workshop-Session III

6:15 pm Evening Meal

8:00 pm Cultural Event with Akaranga, Ensemble La Mixtura, Band Kana Saga, Frank Golischewski


Sunday, June 2, 2013

9:00 am Plenary Session 5: "Solutions and Actions: Perspectives and Activities Internationally, Regionally, Nationally" and Concluding Discussion
» Jasmine N. Galace, Miriam College, Philippines
» Christine Hoffmann, pax christi, Campaign „Aktion Aufschrei – Stoppt den Waffenhandel!“, Germany
» Philip Alpers, University of Sydney, GunPolicy.org, Australia
» Mathias John, amnesty international, Germany
Chair: Susanne Grabenhorst, IPPNW Germany

12:00 am Farewell and End
J.S. Bach: Andante,Violin Sonate No. 2
4th Grade school class and Joachim Westendorf, Sprachheilschule Villingen

» Robert Mtonga and Helmut Lohrer

12:30 am End of Congress