Schedule of Events - Friday, March 21, 2003

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Time

Location

Details

9:30 -10:30 a.m.

rm 103 Edmund
Casey Building

Recent developments in the ethnography of
violence and torture
. Dr. Alan Mason.
Social Anthropology (ANTH 2523)
Open-to-the-public event.

10:30 a.m.-11:30 p.m.

"Changing the World Step by Step - Why
New Brunswick Women joined the Women's
World March 2000 to eliminate poverty and
violence
." By Nancy Hartling.
*Information and photos will be used during the
presentation*
Presenter: Sarah Jeffrey, Research Assistant,
Public Relations Coordinator for Outspoken
Art/Arte Claro.

1:30 - 2:30 p.m.

James Dunn Building, Green
Room

V-Day: Until the Violence Stops. Interactive
presentation by
val colden.
V-Day is an international movement to raise money
and awareness to help eradicate all forms of violence
against women and girls, started by playwrite Eve
Ensler (The Vagina Monologues). Local campaigns
around the world, based out of universities, colleges or
community organizations, run individual campaigns
which benefit local organizations in their own
communities. Come learn more about the movement
and discuss the issues behind it with the 2003 V-Day
UNB/STU Co-ordinator.
Presenter: Shannon Stymiest,
Internal Coordinator of the International Week.
Open-to-the-public event.

2:30 - 3:30 p.m.

rm 13 Edmund
Casey Building

Gino d’Artali. Guest speaker
at Dr. Roger Moore's class,
Mexico on Line.

4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Faculty Lounge, Second Floor,
Edmund Casey Building

Celebration of International Week.
A gathering to express our gratitude for the
extraordinary contribution of so many people,
at local and international levels, who helped us
express a commitment for the elimination of all
forms of violence against women.

6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

St. Thomas University

The Third International Multicultural-
Multilingual Poetry Reading
in conjunction with
United Nations’ Dialogue Among Civilizations
Through Poetry
is organized to foster tolerance,
respect, and cooperation among peoples.
Previous readings took place in more than 200
cities worldwide, including Fredericton, and the
poems are published in the Anthology 200, and
Anthology 2002 by Rattaplax. http://www.dialoguepoetry.org/international_website.htm
This year’s theme is “Embracing Peace”. Poems will be
read in many languages --Portuguese, French, Chinese,
Japanese, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Turkish, Amharic and
Spanish, among others. This event is a “Sister event” with
2º Festival - "Palavreiros - Dia Mundial da Poesia “Pela
união dos povos através da poesia" .
Presenter: Nela Rio, Organizer and Coordinator.
MC: Shannon Stymiest, Coordinator of the readings at
St. Thomas University.

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