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Day One, Monday 17th November 2014
Day Two, Tuesday 18th November 2014
|9.00am – 9.30am||Registration and Tea/coffee on arrival|
|SESSION THREE: THE PRACTICAL DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPLEX ARCHIVE|
|9.30am – 10.15am||Plenary Session: Professor Norman Duncan, Apartheid Archive, University of Pretoria.Considering the Ethics and Practices of the Apartheid Archive.
Q&A and Discussion
|10.15am – 12.15pm||Parallel Sessions: In-depth discussions on a range of practical issues related to the development of effective archives on complex topics.
3.1 Mind your Language: The politics and practicalities of tagging and searching archives
3.2 Considerations in building a public digital archive: Reflecting on the experience of the Accounts of the Conflict project
3.3 Who is this for? Creating a digital archive for a variety of audiences
3.4 Context and resources as factors in building an archive
|SESSION FOUR: DISSEMINATION AND OUTREACH OF PERSONAL ACCOUNTS FOR PEACEBUILDING AND SOCIAL CHANGE|
|12.15pm – 1.00pm||Plenary Session: Vesna Terselic, DOCUMENTA, Croatia.The role of personal memories in peace building – Reaching out to people who are still not listening – experience from Croatia.
Q&A and Discussion
|1.00pm – 2.00pm||Lunch|
|2.00pm – 4.00pm||Parallel Sessions: In-depth discussions on the opportunities and challenges of outreach/dissemination of personal accounts for social change and building peace.
4.1 What are the most effective ways to disseminate stories
4.2 Thinking of the next generation: engaging young people through the use of personal narratives of the conflict
4.3 Peace, Justice and Reconciliation: The role of archives in rebuilding societies and promoting social change
|4.00pm – 4.15pm||Tea/Coffee|
|4.15pm – 4.30pm||Closing Plenary: Sumona Das Gupta, Chair of the INCORE International Advisory Group
Reflecting on conference themes, ways forward, future role of archives in peacebuilding