S2pU international Conference
2 Days . 24 Speakers . 15 Sponsors
Event Starts In
Thu 26 Nov - Fri 27 Nov, 2020
About The Event
"I Have a Dream" is a public speech that was delivered by American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. And so do we ! We have a dream making Ukraine to a peaceful country for the children and for all. We want during this event prepare for an international conference with this in focus. We believe in if you and your country join this dream and this work, we will be able to make a change. Welcome to join the dialogue for peace.
"I still have a dream, a dream deeply rooted in the American dream – one day this nation will rise up and live up to its creed, We hold these truths to be self evident: that all men are created equal. I have a dream ..."
—Martin Luther King Jr. (1963)
26th and 27th November 2020
- The tragic history of Ukraine - genocide with hunger as a weapon - Holodomor.
- International recognition Holodomor as genocide
- Prioritization of creating growth in the business sector and establishing workplaces is crucial to the success of peace work.
- It is also important that the recommendation addresses the importance of education also in connection with crisis prevention and crisis management
Developing cooperation in cultural and humanitarian sphere between Ukraine and the nordic countries
- Exchange of culture between countries to curb conflicts and increase tourism
- Culture - traditional, children, food a.o.
- How should we use work to prevent conflict? And what measures for job creation prevent war after a conflict?
- Humanitary work
Security, stability and prosperity
Ukraine remains a significant priority with strategic importance for the long-term security, stability and prosperity of the European continent and for UK interests. Our support to the people of Ukraine increased following the crisis in 2014, which saw Ukrainians demand reform and an end to corruption during the “Revolution of Dignity”. This was followed by Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea and instigation of the ongoing conflict in east Ukraine.
Peacebuilders have learned
If there’s anything that peacebuilders have learned over the years, it’s that a signed agreement is not the end of a peace process. In fact, it often marks a new beginning, with the difficult task of understanding and working through the myriad emotions and traumas from the conflict. Those affected by the conflict, including victims, perpetrators, and the larger society, must define together what peace means and how to live it.
- Art and games are important tools in peace-building to extract emotions and express them in constructive ways, allowing both the art maker to understand their feelings and the viewer to develop empathy. Ukraine has a rich culture to share with the rest of the world.
- The private business sector has an important role to play in peace-building and reconstruction. Business behavior and practices can have a significant impact on environmental issues, health, education, labor rights and human rights. They can also act as a positive force to promote transparency and accountability, and go beyond the typical mandate of S2pU.
- Transparent and open governments require readily available information about government operations and are more efficient due to reduced opportunities for corruption.