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[ecrea] Peace Journalism Conference

Fri Nov 03 17:54:50 GMT 2006

Subject: Announcement for Peace Journalism Conference in Cyprus

PROGRAM Thursday, November 9, 2006 (Location: Famagusta, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies, Green Hall) 

10:00 - 10:30               Registration 

10:30 - 11:00               Opening Ceremony  

11:00 - 12.00               Keynote Speaker: DOV SHINAR "Peace Journalism: The state of the art" Discussant: SUSAN DENTE-ROSS 

12:15 - 13:30               Lunch  

13:30 - 15:30               Plenary Session I: Current Theoretical and Practical Issues in Peace Journalism 

Zelia Gregoriou, Peace and Agamben 
Mashoed Bailie, The devils in the details: Peace Journalism 
in the context of a Critical Media Studies 
Süleyman rvan, "Peace Journalism as a normative theory: 
premises and obstacles" 

15:30  16:00               Coffee Break 

16:30  18:00               Plenary Session II: Current theoretical and practical issues in Peace Journalism 
                                    Chair: DO AN TILIÇ
                                    Herculles Millas, A silenced aspect of the professional 
                                    journalist: His/her identity, 
                                    Anat First, Feminism and Peace Journalism 
                                    Sevda Alanku , Writing for peace without the words for 
                                    peace: Reflection on PJ through Turkish Cypriot Print media 
                                    Nadire Mater, Peace Journalism: We dont even know the 
                                    name yet?

19:00  21:00           Dinner 


Friday, November 10, 2006  (Location: Fulbright Commission, Buffer Zone, Nicosia)  

09:30 - 11.30            Session III: Problems and Experiences of Peace Journalism in Cyprus 

Andreas Panayiotou "The bias of media forms and prospects 
for Peace Journalism" 
Bekir Azg n, Mashoed Bailie Building peace on a mediated 
reality? Cypriot media and the resolution of conflict 
Zenon Stavrinides, The presentat on of Cyprus Problem in 
the Greek Cypriot Media. 
Sevgül Uluda , Oral history as a tool of Peace Journalism: 
notes of a journalist from the field 


Alekkos Konstantinides, Daphnos Economou, Hüseyin Gür an, Hasan Kahvecio lu, Murat Kanatl , Tony Angastiniotis. 

11.30-13.00               Lunch 

13.00-15.00               Session IV: Problems and Experiences of Peace  Journalism in Cyprus

   Chair: SEM H D Z
Maria Avraamidou Covering human rights stories and 
racial events: Implications of good journalism 
Metin Ersoy, Obstacles to Peace Journalism in North 
Daphnos Economou, Peace Journalism vs parochialism: 
The contribution of Cyprus to Bushs War Against Terror 
Alkan Muhtaro lu, The possibility of creating a peace 
culture in Cyprus:Annan Plan, Referendum and Peace 
ener Levent, Ba aran Düzgün, Phaedon Vasiliades, Cenk 
Mutluyakal , Zelia Gregoriou 

15:00 - 15:15            Coffee Break

15:15 - 17:00            Session V: Problems and Experiences of Peace  Journalism in the Middle East Region 

Chair: DOV SHINAR Panelists: 

Carol Daniel Kasbari Examination of Peace Journalism in 
Israel and OPT (Occupied Palestinian Territory): Challenges 
and Opportunities 
Lea Mandelzis Framing the 2003 Iraqi threat in the Israeli 
news discourse 
Hisham Abdallah "Reporting in no war no peace situation: 
the experience of the Palestinian Autonomous Era" 
Nidal Foqaha The role of the Palestinian media in the 
Israeli Palestinian conflict 
Mary Totry, What was the role of the media in the Oslo 


Shimon Malka, Maysa Baransi-Siniora, Dalia Liran-Alper, Mete Çubukçu, Walid Omari, Sevgül Uluda 

17:00  17:15           Coffee Break 


17:15  19:00           Session VI: Problems and Experiences of Peace  Journalism in Greece and Turkey 

Chair: BEK R AZGIN Panelists: Alexis Heraklides "The main obstacle to Greek Peace Journalism: Ethnocentrism and national narrative",  Do an T l ç, "Greece as "the other" and the state-biased reflection of Greece-related issues in Turkish papers.",     Michael Mitsos, "Another slap in the face for Turkey": When cliches make easy, but cheap journalism. Ferai T nç, Can journalists have political missions? If not how can we define Peace Journalism? A case study of    Turkish and Greek women from a journalists point of view. 

Semih diz, Stelyo Berberakis, Mete Çubukçu 
19:30 - 21:30            Dinner and concert by the bi-communal Chorus  of Cyprus.



                      "           Maria Avraamidou,  Researcher, (mariaavraamidou /at/ 

                      "           Bekir Azg n, Eastern Mediterranean University, 

(bekir.azgin /at/ 

"           Mashoed Bailie, Eastern Mediterranean University, 

(mashoed.bailie /at/ 

                      "           Daphnos Economou, Anatropi, (daphnos /at/ 

                      "           Metin Ersoy, Eastern Mediterranean University 

(metin.ersoy /at/ 

                      "           Zelia Gregoriou, University of Cyprus, (gregoriou /at/ 

                      "           Alkan Muhtaro lu, Eastern Mediterranean University, 

(alkan.muhtaroglu /at/ 

"           Andreas Panayiotou, Frederick Institute of Technology 

(p.andreas /at/ 

                      "           Zenon Stavrinides, University of Leeds, (z.stavrinides /at/ 

                      "           Sevgül Uluda , Yenidüzen, (sevgul_uludag /at/ 



                        "           Tony Angastiniotis, Eastern Mediterranean University, 

(tony.angastiniotis /at/ 

                      "           Ba aran Düzgün, K br s, (basaran /at/ 

                      "           Hüseyin Gür an, BRT, (huseyin.gursan /at/ 

                      "           Hasan Kahvecio lu, Radyo May s, (hasankahvecioglu /at/ 

                      "           Murat Kanatl ,Yeni Ça , (muratkanatli /at/ 

                      "           Alekkos Konstantinidis, Alitia. 

                      "           ener Levent, Afrika, senerlevent@yahoocom 

                      "           Cenk Mutluyakal ,Yenidüzen, (cenkvirus /at/ 

                      "           Sami Özuslu, Yenidüzen, Sim FM, (ozuslu /at/ 

                      "           Phaedon Vassiliades (phavas /at/ 




"     Dov Shinar, Netanya Academic College, Netanya, 

(shinard /at/ 

"     Anat First, Dean, School of Communication, Netanya  Academic College, (d_first /at/ 

"     Lea Mandelzis, Sapir Academic College. (mandelzis /at/ 


"     Shimon Malka, Israeli co-director of Radio All for Peace, 

(liloo /at/ 
"           Dalia Liran-Alper , College of Management Tel Aviv, Beit Berl College, Kfar Saba, (liranalper /at/ 



"     Mary Totry, Haifa University*, (totrym1 /at/ 

"     Hisham Abdallah, Journalist, Ramallah** 

                        (hishamsurda /at/ 

"     Nidal Foqaha - Geneva Initiative activist** , (nfoquha /at/ 



"     Maysa Baransi-Siniora, Palestinian Co-director of Radio All for Peace ** maysa@allforpeace.o


"           TODA Institute of Global Peace Policy and Research, Peace Journalism Group and Netanya Academic College, Center for Research of War and Peace Coverage. 

"           Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. 

"           The Management Center of Mediterranean, Nicosia. 



"           US Embassy, Cyprus 

"           EVKAF  Administration 

"           Gazima usa Municipality 

"           Cyprus Turkish Airlines 
"           Kyrenia Municipality

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