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Center for Balkan Development
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Sunday, October 17
Program and speaker list subject to change.

8:45 am
Registration Begins
Higgins Atrium
9:30 am
Opening Remarks
Higgins 300
Bruce Hitchner, Chairman, Dayton Peace Accords Project
Kevin Dunn, Dean of Faculty Affairs, Tufts University
9:45 am–11:00 am

Humanitarian Policy
Higgins 300
Sponsored by Connecticut Friends of Bosnia
Moderated by Sheri Fink, MD, author of War Hospital, A True Story of Surgery and Survival
Larry Hollingworth, Humanitarian Programs Director for the Center for International Health and Cooperation
Landrum Bolling, Director at Large, Mercy Corps

Multimedia Presentation: Pictures Without Borders, Bosnia Revisited by Steve Horn
Higgins 225
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11:15 am–12:30 pm

The Role of Women in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Higgins 300
Sponsored by Hunt Alternatives
Moderated by Ambassador Swanee Hunt
Indira Kajosevic,
Executive Director of a New York-based NGO, Reconciliation and Culture Cooperative Network (RACOON)
Miki Jacevic, Senior Policy Associate, Women Waging Peace

12:30 pm–2:00 pm

Available for purchase at Lower Dining Commons Cafeteria
Book Signing
Swanee Hunt,
author of This Was Not Our War: Bosnian Women Reclaiming the Peace
Higgins Atrium
Communities in Dialogue: Healing the Wounds of War
Higgins 225
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are open for viewing in Babst Library and Social Work Library. Click for more information.

2:00 pm - 3:15 pm

Reconciliation: Case Studies
Higgins 300
Moderated by Louis Sell, Executive Director, The American University in Kosovo Foundation
Paula Green, Director, Karuna Center for Peacebuilding; Professor, School for International Training
Paula Gutlove, Deputy Director, Institute for Resource and Security Studies
Jakob Finci, President, La Benevolencia, Sarajevo; Chairman of the Association of Citizens “Truth and Reconciliation”

3:30 pm–5:00 pm
Closing Keynote Panel: The Future of Dayton
Higgins 300
Moderated by Jim Hooper, Managing Director of the Public International Law & Policy Group; Former Director of the Washington office of the International Crisis Group
Elizabeth Efimov, Advisor to Principal Deputy High Representative, OHR, Bosnia
Mirza Kusljugic, Bosnian Ambassador to the United Nations
Bruce Hitchner, Chairman, Dayton Peace Accords Project
Ambassador Clifford Bond, US Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2001-2004; Faculty, National Defense University

Youth Choosing Peace
Higgins 225
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