Please note that interpretation from English to German will be provided for all plenary
Alle Plenarbeiträge werden simultan ins Deutsche übersetzt.
Musical Opening by Berlin Metropol Orchestra & Arja Saijonmaa Welcome from the Organizers by Ingeborg Breines and Reiner Braun, IPB Co-Presidents Welcome from the Technical University Berlin by Christian Thomsen, President of the Technical University Greetings from the City of … Continue reading →
Musical Opening by Berlin Metropol Orchestra Jean Ziegler (Video), Former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Switzerland “Frieden durch Arbeit und soziale Entwicklung” / “Peace through labor and development” Frank Bsirske, President of ver.di (Multi-service Trade Union), Germany will … Continue reading →
“The Price of War and Peace” by James Galbraith (via video conference),
Chair of Economists for Peace and Security, USA
Action Event in front of the University “Living Peace Sign”
Participatory action: Lets come together to make a “living peace sign”. With the slogan “Reconciliation is the only way to peace“, we will form a Peace Sign and the Sign of Nonviolence. The light from our mobile phones will make a strong impact and our hearts will create the right atmosphere. Join this common action!
8.30 pm – 10.00 pm Cultural Program: Music & Media Show
by Berlin Metropol Orchestra, Arja Saijonmaa, Birgitte Grimstad & PEN Germany
Opening: Heinrich Bleicher-Nagelsmann (ver.di)
Musical Opening by Birgitte Grimstad Noam Chomsky (Video), Emeritus Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Author, USA “Trade Unions and Sustainable Development” Reiner Hoffmann, President of the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB), Germany “From Game of Thrones to Trump … Continue reading →
Musical Opening by Birgitte Grimstad “Peace Policy Requires Re-interpreting Darwin” Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker, Co-President of the Club of Rome, Germany “The Labour Movement and the Path to Peace” Philip Jennings, General Secretary of UNI Global Union, UK/based in Switzerland … Continue reading →