Village pour la Paix Programme of the Village on Sept 30 Edition 2021 Start of the session 30 September 2021 08h00 End of the session 30 September 2021 20h00 Village The sessions of the Village for Peace do not need any registration. Image gallery World peace and global security: how to govern peace? Edition 2021 Useful informations Useful informations Public health requirements The public was welcomed in accordance with the restrictions and obligations issued by the French government at the time. Health pass compulsory to attend the Forum. → More information about the health rules. Visitors must register for conferences and debates Access to the Forum is free. Prior registration required on normandyforpeace.com for the conferences and debates (or at the event, subject to the availability of seats). The registration will open during summer. Access Visitors can enter via place Reine Mathilde or boulevard Clémenceau, opposite rue du Clos Beaumois. Bus stops nearby: rue Basse, Tour Leroy, Reine Mathilde. Free parking nearby: rue des Cultures, near Centre Hospitalier Régional | Bike parking is available on site. Prepare your trip on www.commentjyvais.fr By train, you may take the Pass Normandy Discovery Close Highlights Public sessions THE AGORA STUDIO 1.45pm - 2.15pm | To go further… “Why does peace elude us?” with Pascal Lamy 4.45pm - 5.15pm | Presentation of the European Parliament Research Service's Normandy Index by Serge Stroobants of the Institute for Economics and Peace THE ATRIUM 2pm - 2.30pm | Defending human rights with Amnesty International THE BOOKSHOP - BOOK-SIGNING SESSIONS From 12.45pm | Book-signing by Bertrand Badie, Nadia Khiari and Sylvie Bermann From 4.15pm | Book-signing by Julien Berjeaut, Zeina Abichared and Gilles Gauthier From 6.45pm | Book-signing by Florence Aubenas, Gérard Araud and Jean Hatzfeld CONCERTS AT LA TABLE 12.50pm - 1.40pm | CONCERT BY SUR LE FIL 6.30pm - 7.45pm | CONCERT BY ABAT-JOUR & CANAPE. World music, Latino Youth sessions THE AGORA STUDIO 10am - 11am | “Fake news” workshop 11am - 11.45am | Awarding Ouest-France-Liberté’s Jury Favourite 12 - 12.45pm | Radio Cristal on academic disengagement – Live programme THE ATRIUM 9.40am - 10am | Presenting the “Putting peace to the test” web series with INA 10.10am - 10.30am | International humanitarian law with the French Red Cross 10.40am - 11am | The role of European institutions with the Collectif Normands et Européens 11.10am - 11.30am | Normandy for Peace educational project: an interview with Lycée Senghor in Évreux 11.30am - 12 | Safeguarding indigenous territories with Chief Ninawa and Gert Peter Bruch The whole day Village areas THE AGORA STUDIO In partnership with Ouest-France, Liberté, 20 Minutes and Radio Cristal This studio will host the “TO GO FURTHER...” events to expand on discussions with the speakers at the debates/conferences, along with many other activities for the general public and high school students. THE ATRIUM Next to the Working for Peace area, the Atrium is open to all for short and informal discussions with the speakers and exhibitors in the Village. WORKING FOR PEACE Charitable associations, NGOs and public institutions will organise activities focusing on the key themes of the 4th edition of the Forum: “World peace and global security: how to govern peace?”. POP-UP BOOKSHOP The Normandy Bookshop association, represented by Au Brouillon de Culture, will run a pop-up bookshop, including book-signing sessions. You will be able to browse books by speakers attending the Forum, along with essays, novels and graphic novels on the Forum’s themes. PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS There are four photographic exhibitions at the Forum: under the cloister of Abbaye-aux-Dames, in the central walkway of the Village, along the moat and on the outside railings of the grounds, avenue Clemenceau. THE JUNIOR PRESS STUDIO Created to host the activities of Young Normandy Reporters and the apprentice secondary school journalists creating the newspaper La Colombe, with help from Ouest-France, this area will showcase the dynamism of Normandy’s young people at the Forum! LA TABLE AND FOOD TRUCKS Enjoy a meal, a coffee or a drink from La Table or the food trucks next to it as you listen to the concerts which will be held at lunchtime and in the evening, between conferences and debates. All day long in the Village THE FRENCH RED CROSS NORMANDY DELEGATION Attending the Forum for the 4th time, the French Red Cross raises awareness of health and social outreach work and international humanitarian law. The association will highlight violations of humanitarian law with an exhibition on the series Game of Thrones. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Amnesty International is an NGO which operates independently of any government or economic interest. It works to put an end to serious human rights abuse all over the world. The organisation offers interactive activities on human rights education and anti-discrimination. LES FRANCAS Les Francas is an association which is part of a community education movement, providing education in addition to the school curriculum, and is recognised as being of public utility. Les Francas organises fun and engaging activities which encourage interaction, discussion and teamwork. The “Centre a’ere” initiative is particularly focused on the environment. JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE The Jane Goodall Institute will discuss the Roots & Shoots project with the public: this environmental education programme for young people was launched by 12 Tanzanian teenagers with Dr Jane Goodall in 1991. Focusing on people, animals and the environment, the aim of this programme is to link these three elements in a single project to improve our lives now and in the future. SOS MÉDITERRANÉE The European Association for Rescue in the Mediterranean Sea is independent of any political party and any religion. It provides assistance to men, women and children, migrants and refugees, who find themselves in mortal danger when crossing the Mediterranean. In the Village, members of the association will present the three main missions of the association: SAVE, PROTECT, WITNESS! CANOPÉ NETWORK The Canopé Network’s founding mission is to strengthen the action of the educational community to ensure students’ success. Young people and their teachers can find out about the Network’s educational tools and Open Badges* to acknowledge their participation in the Forum. *Open Badges are digital tools for recognition. They certify a skill or an area of expertise and they acknowledge a commitment, a role or a contribution. More information: BLN – Badgeons la Normandie “TERRORISM TRIALS”, UNIVERSITY OF ROUEN This initiative aims to shed light on current terrorism trials while looking back at the past, using visual and sound archives. Led by Antoine Mégie (a researcher at the University of Rouen) and Benoit Peyrucq (a courtroom artist for AFP), the workshop will give attendees the opportunity to learn how the legal system works through courtroom art. ENSEMBLE CONTRE LA PEINE DE MORT (TOGETHER AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY) Since 2000, ECPM has fought against capital punishment all over the world by uniting and mobilising abolitionist forces around the world. Various activities will be provided, including videos on the abolitionist view of the death penalty, quizzes and a game based on a map of abolitionist and retentionist countries. AFOCAL AFOCAL has been involved in education, youth work and training for 40 years. The association will explain its “Citizens of Hope” programme which helps young people and educational stakeholders to better understand their role in peace and to serve the founding values of the European project. INA: PUTTING PEACE TO THE TEST WEB SERIES INA has created a free web series on the major peace agreements of the 20th and 21st centuries, focusing specifically on the theme of the 2021 Forum. Showing these memorable manifestations of peace, these videos open the debate on the old models of governance by states and institutions and consider the current crises and new contemporary issues which threaten these models.