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6th WORLD SUMMIT OF NOBEL PEACE LAUREATES
Roma – Campidoglio – Eliseo Theater - 24-26 November 2005 

GENERAL PROGRAM

 7.30 pm
Auditorium Parco della Musica, Foyer Sinopoli e Sala Ospiti:
Inaugurazione della Mostra di Claus Miller “Signs for peace” e cocktail di benvenuto per i Nobel e gli altri ospiti d’onore partecipanti al Summit.

9.00 am
Campidoglio, Sala Giulio Cesare:
Presentation of the “Manforpeace Award 2005” to Bob Geldof
On behalf of the Nobel Peace Laureates attending the Summit, Mikhail Gorbachev and the Mayor Walter Veltroni present the reproduction statuette of the “ManforPeace” monument by Franco Scepi, to the winners. 

9.20 am
The Nobel Laureates in attendance sign the Summit opening parchment

9.30 am
Sala della Protomoteca:
- Greeting by Walter Veltroni, Mayor of Rome
- Video message from Nelson Mandela
- Message from Kofi Annan, Secretary General, United Nations and Nobel Peace Laureate, presented by 
Afsane Bassir-Pour
, Director of UNRIC Office, Brussels
- Greeting by Agazio Loiero, president of the Calabria Region
Mikhail Gorbachev, opening speech

10:30 a.m.
Homage to a great man
In memory of Sir Joseph Rotblat, Nobel Peace Laureate, deceased 31 August 2005

Paolo Cotta Ramusino, Secretary General, Pugwash 
Sally Milne, representative of Pugwash Ofice, London, formerly Prof. Rotblat’s assistant
- Jonathan Granoff, President of Global Security Institute and IPB representative
Video contributions: Rotbalt on the Costanzo Show, Rotblat and Michael Douglas, Roblat interviewed by Klesidrateatro

10.50 am
Presentation of the “Special Man for Peace Award – Joseph Rotblat 2005” to Dawn Engle and Ivan Suvanjieff, founders of PeaceJam
On behalf of the Nobel Peace Laureates attending the Summit, Mikhail Gorbachev and the Mayor Walter Veltroni present the reproduction statuette of the “ManforPeace” monument by Franco Scepi, to the winners. 

11:00 am
Mikhail Gorbachev Overview of the international political situation
Lech Walesa Nobel Peace Laureate, Former President of Poland
Rigoberta Menchù Tum, Nobel Peace Laureate
Adolfo Perez Esquivel, Nobel Peace Laureate

11.45 am
“Live 8: the long walk to justice”
Bob Geldof reports on the results and prospects of his project to fight poverty in Africa 

12:00 am
From attenton to action: the Fight Against Tuberculosis
How to control TB: the STOP TB Partnership

Marcos Espinal, Executive Secretary, STOP TB Partnership Secretariat
Working to heal: The Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis Partnership. A sustainable approach to saving lives”
Gino Santini, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy & Policy, Eli Lilly

12.30 am
“Africa Emergency” – First session
Which strategies to eliminate poverty
Discussion between representatives of African countries, Africanists and Nobel Peace Laureates

- Message from Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, President of the Republic of Uganda
- Introduction by Jayantha Dhanapala, Honorary President of IPB, former Under-Secretary for Disarmament, UN 

With speeches by:
Pasquale De Muro, Lecturer in Economy of Development at the Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Betty Williams, Nobel Peace Laureate, President & Founder, World Centers of Compassion for Children International
Assane Diop - Executive Director of the Social Protection Sector of ILO, Nobel Peace Prize Organization 
Mary Ellen McNish, Secretary General American Friends Service Committee

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

 

Suspension of work
Lunch in Campidoglio, Sala dell’Arazzo, for the Nobel Laureates and other guests of honour 

3:00 pm - 4.00 pm
Sala della Protomoteca:
“Africa Emergency” – continuation and conclusion of the work from the first session
- John Ime, Regional Vice President for Africa, IPPNW 
- Annalisa Formiconi President of the Italian Campaign to Ban Landmines
- Edouard Mancini, IPB Italy “Urgency Africa”
- Pier Luigi Susani, past President Doctors Without Borders Italy
- Ron McCoy, IPPNW Co-President “Global Campaign toward a nuclear weapon convention”
- Mario Emmanuel Salvdor, President ASCA Japan, Tokyo

4:00 pm
Press conference: Children''s Peace Prize
KidsRights and The Gorbachev Foundation mark the institution of the International Children''s Peace Prize, which will be awarded yearly to a courageous child which has devoted itself to children''s rights. The prize will be dedicated this year to a very special child from Africa. 
In the presence of the Nobel Peace Laureates.


4:30 pm
“Africa Emergency” - Second session
Ethics, Economic Development and culture of lawfulness 
Facilitator: 
Carlo Alberto Pratesi, lecturer in Economics and Business Management, Università degli Studi Roma Tre
With speeches by:
- Prof. Maria Vittoria Tessitore, Director of Master in Politics of Cultural Meeting and Mediation 
- Alexander Likhotal, President of Green Cross International
- Andrea Radic, Director of External Relations Alcatel Italy “Sustainable development and culture for new business ethics”
- Charlotte Thouvard, Communications Management of Accor Group
- Sergio Baffoni, Forests campaigner, Greenpeace International “Legality, exploitation of natural resources and options for responsible development”
- Michele Candotti, Secretary General WWF Italy
Conclusions by
Robert F. Kennedy jr., President of Waterkeeper Alliance, writer and journalist

Luca Barbarossa presents initiatives promoted in favour of Africa by the Italian National Singers’ Football Team, Summit partners.

6:30 pm
Auditorium Parco della Musica - Sala Santa Cecilia:
“Routes to Peace” - The Council for religions meets the Nobel Laureates
For the first time, a lay institution is promoting a meeting between all religions. In the presence of three thousand people and the Nobel Peace Laureates, representatives of every faith will have the opportunity to express themselves freely through prayer, song, dance, reflection. All of the 17 religious organizations that make up the Council will take part in the event: The Italian Islamic Cultural Centre, The Catholic Church, “God’s Assembly in Italy” Evangelical Christian Churches, The Evangelical Baptist Churches of Rome, The Methodist Church, The Orthodox Church of Ethiopia, The Orthodox Church of Rumania, The Valdese Church, The Church of Christ Scientist, The Roman Hebrew Community, The Lutheran Community, The Salvation Army, Bahà’I Faith, The Soka Gakkai Italian Buddhist Institute, Sikh, The Italian Buddhist Union, The Italian Hindu Union.
Welcome by Mikhail Gorbachev and Walter Veltroni
Introduction: Franca Coen, Councillor for Multiethnicity of the Comune di Roma 
Followed by music, song and dances from the Christian, Islamic, Hebrew, Indian, Tibetan, Bahà’i, Sikh and Japanese traditions.
Presented by: Antonello Dose
The event may be filmed by RAI television 

9.30 am
Teatro Eliseo:
“Equal rights for a non-violent world”
Discussion with students of Università degli Studi Roma Tre and of other universities
Greeting by Prof. Guido Fabiani, Chancellor of Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Chaired by: Kerry Kennedy, President of Speak Truth to Power, Robert F. Kennedy Memorial

With speeches by:
Frederik Willem De Klerk, former President of South Africa and Nobel Peace Laureate
John Samuel, Chief Executive of the Mandela Foundation
Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate, Co-founder and Honorary President od Peace People
Adolfo Perez Esquivel, Nobel Peace Laureate, Co-founder and President of Servicio Paz y Justicia Serpaj Argentine
Tony P. Hall, Ambassador, US representative at FAO, IFAD, WFP
Kailash Satyarthi, Chairperson of SACCS, international coalition against child slavery
Agazio Loiro, President of the Calabria Region
Claudio Cordone, Senior Director Amnesty International

11:30 am
Discussion via satellite, promoted by the distance-learning university Uninettuno, between the Nobel Laureates and students of the universities of Cairo (Egypt), Amman, (Jordan), Rabat (Morocco)
Facilitator: Prof. Maria Amata Garito, President of Distance-learning University Eutelsat multichannel connection. Live Internet guaranteed by Fastweb. In collaboration with Alcatel. 

11.30 am -12.00 am
Private room in the Teatro Eliseo:
Reserved meeting, in support of the Permanent Secretariat of the Nobel Peace Laureates, between a representation of Nobel Laureates, the Gorbachev Foundation and exponents of industry and international finance 

12.00 noon
Press room of the Teatro Eliseo:
Press conference
From attention to action: the Fight Against Tuberculosis
With speeches by the Nobel Peace Laureates and authorities of the scientific world

1.00 pm – 3.00 pm
Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi, Casino dell’Aurora:
Lunch offered by Princess Pallavicini to the Nobel Laureates and other guests of honour attending the Summit 

3.30 pm – 6.30 pm
Teatro Eliseo:
“Africa Emergency” - Third session
“Italy for Rwanda. Memory, responsibility, justice, future: a discussion of the genocide of 1994”
Chaired by Mikhail Gorbachev and Walter Veltroni
Facilitator: Corrado Augias, journalist and writer
With speeches by:

“Memory”
Death did not want me 
Yolande Mukagasana, survivor, authoress of the play Rwanda 94 and of memories of the tragedy in Rwanda
The wounds of Silence 
Françoise Sironi, psychotherapist. Founder of the Centro Primo Levi, caring for victims of torture and collective violence, Paris
Rwanda 94. The theatre as memory 
Antonio Calbi, artistic director of the Teatro Eliseo, editor of the Italy for Rwanda 1994-2004 project

“Responsibility and justice”
Local justice, international justice
Giovanni Maria Flick, Judge of the Constitutional Court
The international tribunal of Arusha
Carla Del Ponte, formerly Attorney of the International Criminal Court for Rwanda
Hutu-Tutsi: at the roots of the Rwandan genocide
Michela Fusaschi, lecturer in Cultural Anthropology at the Università degli studi Roma Tre

“Future”
Reconciliation: South Africa, Rwanda
Frederik Willem De Klerk, former President of the Republic of South Africa, Nobel Peace Laureate 
John Samuel, Executive Director of the Mandela Foundation
Economic development of Africa and global solidarity
Alberto Quadrio Curzio, economist, Dean of the Faculty of Political Science at the Università Cattolica di Milano, national member of the Accademia dei Lincei 
The role of Rwanda in the Africa of the Great Lakes
Joshua Massarenti, Africanist, journalist with Vita non profit magazine
Rwanda 1994-2005: memory and future so that we continue not to forget
Rosa Rinaldi, Vice-president of the Provincial Administration of Rome

During stages of the session in which Laureates and representatives of Nobel Peace Prize-winning Organizations are not giving speeches, they will have the use of a reserved room to discuss and refine the final statement.

9.00 pm
Rwanda 94 - The duty of memory, Hope in the future – The Night of Kids Rights
Charity evening-event. The box office proceeds will go to reconstruction in Rwanda and to support widows and orphans of the Genocide of 1994 with Claudia Cardinale, Yolande Mugakasana, Leo Gullotta, Giuliana Lojodice, Anna Marchesini, Stefano Santospago, l’ensemble of Rwandan musicians, singers and dancers Inganzo (Sources de la Culture)
Presented by Jean Marie Muyango


09.00 am – 11.00 am
Teatro Eliseo:
Session reserved for the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates to discuss and refine the Final Statement 

11.00 am
“Africa Emergency” – Concluding plenary session 

Introduced by Danilo Raveggi, IPB, Italy 

12.30 pm
Press conference 

Presentation of the Final Statement

At the end, lunch back at the Hotels followed by the departure of the guests for the airport, with transfers arranged by the Summit organisers