Workshop

Youth and Peacebuilding Cambodia

Workshop on Youth and Peacebuilding Cambodia is running one year after another! Happening this September from the 16th through the 22nd 2019!

Workshop on Youth and Peacebuilding Cambodia is running one year after another! 2019 marks second year of successful cooperative partnership between Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Cambodia and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum supported by Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts. The purpose of this workshop is to support the dialogues between Cambodian youth and experts of this field to bring about precise understanding particularly in this historical and peace studies which will eventually create positive changes in Cambodian citizenship as well as positive peace in Cambodia.

Details

Youth Peace Building Cambodia (1)
Youth and Peacebuilding Cambodia of KAS & TSGM
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Cambodia together with Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum with approval from Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts will conduct a one-week workshop on Youth and Peacebuilding from the 16th through 22nd of September, 2019.

Creative learning and mentoring experiences will be provided at the workshop including classroom presentation and debates, story-writing and performances, introduction to conflict resolutions and conflict management role-plays, drawing peace art-works, poems, remarkable historical site-visits, and much more! The commencement of one-week workshop will be followed by awarding certificate of completion.

The purpose of this workshop is to support the dialogues between Cambodian youth and experts of this field to bring about precise understanding particularly in this historical and peace studies which will eventually create positive changes in Cambodian citizenship as well as positive peace in Cambodia.
 

Programm

16/09/2019 Day 1: Opening Workshop and First Day Theme

Morning Session
    
8:00-9:00    Opening
Remarks from Dr. Daniel Schmuecking, Country Director of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Cambodia
Remarks from Mr. Chhay Visoth, Director of Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

9:00-9:15    Refreshment

9:15-10:15 Topic: “Khmer Rouge History”
-    Who were the Khmer Rouge?
-    How did the KR come to power?
-    Situation during KR
-    The fall of KR    
The participants will:
-    Understand the cause of KR regime
-    Learn about the tragedy under the KR regime
-    Be exposed to the impact of war
-    Be educated to be more aware of war happening again    

Speaker: Mr. Hang Nisay
    
10:15-11:15 Topic: Definition of “Genocide”
-    What are the acts which notify as Genocide?
-    The cause lead to genocide
-    Genocide in some countries    
The participants will:
-    Understand about the root cause of Genocide.
-    Know the different of Genocide in other countries.    

Speaker: Ms. Theresa Delangis

11:20    Departure for Cheung Ek Killing Field
        Group Lunch

Afternoon Session    

1:30-2:30    Site visit Cheung Ek Killing Field with audio tour    
The participants will learn:
-    About the mass killings during the KR
-    Be encouraged to visit the Killing Fields and share their knowledge with friends    

Cooperate with Killing field and Narrow Caster Company

2:30-3:15    Leaving for Tuol Sleng museum

3:15-3:30    Refreshment

3:30-4:30    Site visit Tuol Sleng Museum with audio tour    
The participants will:
-    Understand the detention system under KR regime
-    Comprehend the violation of human rights
-    Be encouraged to feel sympathy    

Cooperate with Narrow Caster Company
 
4:30-5:00    Debate: If Khmer Rouge regime could be judge as the Genocide?    
The participants will:
-    Learn how to share their knowledge with others
-    Be encourage to research and discuss   

17/09/2019 Day 2: Seeking for the justice

Morning Session    

8:00-9:00    Topic: “The role of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia in seeking justice for Cambodians.”
-    Case 001 (Duch) and compensation for Cambodians
-    Case 002    
The participants will:
-    To acknowledge that all the main leaders on execution have to responsible on their criminal
-    To acknowledge the role of ECCC in healing for the victims    

Speaker: H.E Neth Peaktra

9:00-9:15    Refreshment

9:15-10:15 Topic: “The People Republic Trial”
-    What is PRT?
-    The process of PRT
-    The purpose of PRT establish    
The participants will:
-    To acknowledge the KR leader judgment on the early 1980s
-    The tribunal system which was created by Cambodia government on the early 1980s    

Speaker: H.E Helen Javis

10:15-11:00    Site visit the 40year: Remembering the victims of S-21.    
The participants will:
-  Make reflection after their visited    

Lunch

Afternoon Session    
1:30-2:30    Topic: “The Government’s policy in peace building”
-    The duty of all citizens in peace building
-    The cause of peace in society    
The topic will educate the participants to acknowledge the duty of all citizens to build peace in the society.    

Speaker: Professor. Diep Sophal

2:30-3:30    Topic: “TPO in mental healing for KR victims”
-    What is TPO?
-    The work of TPO?
-    What is the mental healing for the victims?    
The participants will understand:
-    The mental problem of the victims
-    The affective scope of mental problem
-    The treatment which TPO used to help the victims
-    The importance of mental healing    

Speaker: Dr. Chhim Sotheara

3:30-3:45    Refreshment

3:45-5:00    Performance on “Mental affective on the victims of Khmer Rouge regime”    
Through the performance, the participants will share the experience of their relatives or neighbor who has the mental problem by KR.   

18/09/2019 Day 3: Role of Religion in Social Reconciliation

8:00-9:00    Group task:
-    Research on documentary film (Homework)
-    Research on victims’ biography    
This task will encourage the participants to have the hobby of researching, share the idea and researching data.    

9:00-9:15    Refreshment
    
9:15-10:15 Topic: “The role of Muslim religion in youth education”
-    Muslim advice on mental healing
-    Muslim advice on the education of peace and tolerance
-    Muslim advice on conflict resolution    
The participants could gain more knowledge from the advice of variety religion to use in their daily living.    

Speaker: Mr. Leb Ker

10:15-10:30    Break
    
10:30-11:30 Topic: “The role of Christian religion in youth education”
-    Christian advice on mental healing
-    Christian advice on the education of peace and tolerance
-    Christian advice on conflict resolution    
The participants could gain more knowledge from the advice of variety religion to use in their daily living.    

Speaker: Mr. Doung Savong

Lunch
    
1:30-2:30    Topic: “The role of Buddhism religion in youth education”
-    Buddhist advice on mental healing
-    Buddhist advice on the education of peace and tolerance
-    Buddhist advice on conflict resolution    
The participants could gain more knowledge from the advice of variety religion to use in their daily living.    Monk: Sok buntheoun
    2:30-2:45    Refreshment

Afternoon Session    

2:45-3:45    Artwork    
Through the artwork, the participants will share:
-    Understanding the consequence of each religion for mental healing
-    Intent to practice the religion’s advice
-     How to integrate the religious through the artwork for peace building.    
3:45-4:45    Presentation on the artwork    
Each team will be presenting their artwork to the other team and sharing their comment.   

19/09/2019 Day 4: Conflict Resolution

Morning Session    

8:00-9:00    Topic: “The foundation of Conflict”
-    The definition of conflict
-    Cause of conflict    The participants will:
-    Acknowledge the impact of conflict
-    Encourage them to avoid the conflict and solve the problem in peaceful way    

Speaker: Mr. Meas savath

9:00-9:15    Refreshment

9:15-10:15 Performance
“Impact of Conflict”    It is created in order to push the participants to try dealing the problem in the family. As it is the foundation acknowledge dealing in the society.    
The trainer will give comment on performance in the next session.
    
10:15-11:15    Topic: “Conflict Resolution”
-    Type of conflict
-    Methods of avoiding conflict
-    Negotiation and reconcile
-    Methods for peacefully resolving disputes    
The participants will acknowledge the way to deal the different type of conflict.    

Speaker: Mr. Meas Sovath

Lunch

Afternoon Session    

2:00-3:00    Topic: “Depression”
-    What is depression?
-    The cause of depression
-    The way to cure depression    
The participants will acknowledge:
-    The symptom of people with depression
-    The way to protect and help people from depression
-    How to deal and share with the other    

Speaker: Ms. Yim Sotheary

3:00-3:15    Refreshment        
    
3:15-4:15    Topic: “Mental Health”
-    The cause of sorrow
-    How to control the feeling and reconcile?
-    How to control the anger?    The participants will acknowledge:
-    The mental problem in current society
-    The way to deal with above problem
-      How to lead yourself in peace        

Speaker: Monk. Hak Seang hai
 
4:15-5:00    Instruction on the field trip to Kompong Speu

20-21/09/2019 Day 5 and 6: Site Visit at the Memorial Sites

20/09/2019
    
6:00 Departure    

Site visit at 3 memorial sites:
-    Anlung Chrei dam (Former labor force field)
-    Former security prison M-13
-    Waller fall    The participants can clearly understand the history of massacres and forced labor levels in the Khmer Rouge regime.    

21/09/2019    
    
-    Konsengsom pagoda (Former Killing filed)
-    Oral history by Mr. Chum Churn, KR victim
-    Interview KR’s victims and Charity.    
The participants will have the chance to create the society event by planning the tree and awareness about the education system in Anlung Chrei high school.    

2:30    Departure for Phnom Penh

22/09/2019 Day 7: Closing Ceremony and Certificate Handover

Morning Session        

Participants gathering for interview result and slide presentation.        

Afternoon Session    

2:00-3:00    Group presentation on interview data        
3:00-4:00    Evaluation        
4:00-5:00    Closing speech and certificate handover        
5:00              Farewell dinner    

End of the Workshop    

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Veranstaltungsort

Phnom Penh
House No. 4, Street 462 Khan Charmkar Mon, P.O. Box 944,
Phnom Penh
Kambodscha

Alternativer Veranstaltungsort

Kompong Speu Province

Anfahrt

Referenten

  • H.E Neth Peaktra H.E Helen Javis Professor. Diep Sophal Mr. Hang Nisay Ms. Theresa Delangis Mr. Meas savath Dr. Chhim Sotheara Mr. Leb Ker Mr. Doung Savong Monk: Sok buntheoun Ms. Yim Sotheary Monk. Hak Seang hai
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