2014 AYA/ATF-India

The 2015 AYA/ATF 

Whole Theme – Peace for the Earth: Beyond “Post-2015” with Special Focus on Women and Ecological Sustainability 

Theme: “Youth Standing Up for Peace and Genuine Human Development in Asia”

The 2015 AYA/ATF Timetable

Whole Theme – Peace for the Earth: Beyond “Post-2015” with Special
Focus on Women and Ecological Sustainability 

 Theme: “Youth Standing Up for Peace and Genuine Human Development in Asia”

Date

Activities

Guide/Moderator

Venue

Arrival

8/16

 

Arrival before 2 pm on the 16th of August.

After Lunch: Orientation for the whole event
and an introduction on the
Exposure-Immersion trip.

Mr.
Paul Hwang
/

Ms.
Felicia Dian

 

 

Exposure-Immersion
program

 

 

 

 

 

8/17th

(Mon)

 

 

 

 

8/18th

(Tue)

-8/19th

(Wed)

 

 

8/19th

9:00 am

Opening Ceremony

Welcome Remarks: Ms. Jasmin Nario-Galace

 

9:30am

Departure
for the Exposure Venue
s (in 5 groups): 

 

-“Home
stay” at homes or Other
s arranged places

-talk/work with women in various fields

- Visit to other urban squat areas in around
Manila

-Return to Notre Dame Retreat House

-Reporting,
Sharing
and Evaluation - Watching video on
women’s
 lives in
Asia

-Free Evening

Ms. Jasmin/Mr. Paul
Hwang

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Day
4

 

20th

(Thu)

 Morning Liturgy  (Phil.)

9:10-9:40/9:40-10:00

Socio-political
and economic Analysis on the Crisis of
Women’s  Life amid Limitless Development in Asia

By Ms. Aurora De
Dios (Phil.)

 

 10:00-10:40/10:40-11:00

Evaluation on “MDGs” especially on Goals Related to
Women and Way Forward

By
Ms. Kochurani Abraham (India)

 

       Break
(20 min)

 

 11:20-12:30 Q & A/open discussion

       Lunch(1:30
hr.)

 

2:00-2:30/2:30-3:00

“Post-2015” and (IP) Women in Rural Areas in
Philippines: Realities and the Future Direction

By Ms. Jimmalou
Jenabe
(Phil.)

 

3:00-3:30/3:30-4:00
(Q&A – plenary)

Country
report 1: Indonesia
– (Indonesia) ASEAN – What
Does It Good to Poor Women in the Region?

by Indonesia Team

 


Break (20 min)

 

4:20-5:20

Group
discussion/ Report

 

5:20-6:00

Plenary
& Synthesis

 

8:00-9:00/presentation and Q&A

Country
report 2:Myanmar
Human
Rights Situation of Ethnic Groups and Church’s position toward It

 

 

Inputs:

Mr.
Joseph Win

Ms.
Shinta

 

 

 

inputs:

Fr.
Antonie Sondag

Ms.
Viannie Binti Amin

 

 

 

 

 

Inputs:

Ms. Aurora de Dios

Ms. Mirma Tica

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Day
5

21st

(Fri)

Morning Liturgy  (Indonesia)

9:10-9:40/9:40-10:00

Summary Results from 2014 Bishops’ Synod on Family and Way
Forward: Rethinking Issues Related to “Humane
Vi tae”
 

by
Mr. Karl &
Ms. Rae Sanchez
(Phil.)

 

 

10:00-10:30/10:30-11:00

- For 2015
Bishops’ Synod: Urgent Need for Lay People’s Participation in It

By Mr. Charles Bertille (Malaysia)

 

Break
(20min)

 

11:20-12:30
Q & A/open discussion

       Lunch(1:30hr)

 

2:00-2:30/2:30-3:00

-Peace
for the Earth: Women’s Role for Ecological Sustainability: Responses from
Feminist Theologians.

by  Ms. Donna Paz Reyes (Phil.)

 


Break (20min)

 

3:20-4:20/4:20-5:00

Group
discussion/ Report

 

5:00-6:00

Open
discussion & Synthesis

 

8:00-9:00

Country report 3: Malaysia- Mega-dam Projects in Sarawak: Ecological Crisis Facing IPs’
Life in the Region

 By Malaysia team

 

 

 

Inputs:

Fr. John Prior

Mr. Paul Hwang

 

 

 

Inputs:

Mr. Ashik Naz

Mr. Stephen Hong

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inputs:

Ms. Felicia Dian

Ms. Kristina Viri

 

 

 

 

 

 

Each group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Day
6

 

22nd

(Sat)

Morning Liturgy (EASY Net)

 

9:10-9:40/9:40-10:00

Sexuality, Gender Equality, Marriage : What Progress Should
be Made in 2015 Bishops’ Synod in Rome?

By Ms. Eleanor Dionisio (Phil.)

 

10:00-10:30/10:30-11:00

Church’s Future Direction Toward Ecology with Regard to the “Post 2015”

By
Fr. Antonie Sondag (France)

 

       Break
(20 min)

 11:20-12:30
Q & A/open discussion

       Lunch(1:30
hr.)

 

2:00-2:30/2:30-3:00

Special report 1: -   Dalit Movements for Land Reform and Their Rights in Urban Areas in
India

By  Mr. Nicholas Chinnappan (India)

 

Break
(20 min)

 

 

3:20-5:30

Finalizing
& Releasing Action Plan

 

Dinner
(5:30-6:30)

 

7:30-9:30

Cultural
night

 

 

 

 

Inputs:

Ms. Francis Erika

Ms. Kochurani Abraham

 

 

Inputs:

Ms. Sana Mariam

Mr. Martain Sebastian

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inputs:

Mr. Ravi Tissera

Mr. Mehul

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drafting
committee

 

 

All

Participants

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The 2015 ATF Timetable

 Theme: : Women, Family and Ecological Sustainability as Church’s Top Priority in Asia

Schedule

Theme/Contents

Moderators

Venue

Aug 23rd

(Sun)

09:10-09:50

 

09:50-10:20

 

 

 

 

10:20-11:00

 

 

 

 

 

11:20-11:50

 

 

 

12:30-2:00

 

2:00-

2:40

 

 

2:40-3:20

 

 

 

 

3:40-4:20

 

 

 

 

4:20-5:00

 

5:00-6:00

 

8:00-9:40

-Opening
Ceremony

Opening Liturgy: Representatives from each
country

Welcome Speech: Bishop Teodoro Cruz Bacani
of Novaliches in
Manila

 

Congratulatory remarks:

Bishop Isao Kikuchi, President of Caritas
Asia

Inaugural Speech : Ms. Jasmin Nario-Galace,
Director of the Center for Peace Education in Miriam College

Thanks Remark: Mr. Paul Hwang

 

Keynote Speech : Women, Family and Genuine Human Development in Asia for the
Peace on the Earth

by Ms. Rose Wu
(Hong Kong)

 

Break (10 min.)

 

Special
Introduction
: Pope Francis’ Encyclical “Laudato Sl” (Be Praised)

By Fr. James Kroeger (USA)

 

SUNDAY MASS

 

Lunch
Break

 

-Main
speech 1:
- Rethinking Women and Men for Sustainable
Family, Church and Ecology

By Ms. Kochurani Abraham (India)

 

-Main speech 2: Human Rights Situation of Women in Urban
Poor and Rural Areas in Asia

By Ms. Aurora Parong (Phil.)

 

Break (20 min.)

 

-Main Speech 3: Revisiting
Prophetic Role of Women’s Religious Congregations in Asia: Responding to the
Rapidly Changing World

By Sr.
Helen Graham  (USA)

 

-Main Speech 4: Time to Act:
Implementation of Evangelizing Missions in Asia on the Level of FABC

 By Fr.
James Kroeger, MM (USA)

 

Open Discussion (1 hr)

Dinner

 

Country
Report 4: Korea

Country
Report 5: Japan

Mr. Paul Hwang

 

 

 

 

 

Ms.
Jasmin Nario-Galace

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Mary/

Fondacio Team

 

 

Sr. Helen
Graham

 

 

 

 

 

Fr. John
Prior

 

 

 

 

 

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24th

 

(Mon)

 

9:10-9:50

 

 

 

09:50-10:30

 

 

 

10:50-11:30

 

 

 

 

 

11:30-12:30

 

 

2:00-2:40

 

 

 

 

2:40-3:20

 

 

3:20-4:00

 

 

 

 

 

3:40-4:40

 

4:40-5:20

 

5:30-6:10

 

 

 

Morning liturgy (Thai, Vietnam)

-Main speech 5 Ecological
Sustainability – Catholic Church’s Top Priority for the Future of the Church
and World: What to Do Now?

By Br. Karl Gaspar (Phil.)

 

-Main Speech 6:
Feminist Spiritualty from Asia for Ecological
Sustainability: From a Biblical Approach

By Sr. Rehka Chennattu
(India)

 

Break
(20 min.)

 

- Main Speech 7: Aurobindo’s Views on Integral Human Development: A Neo-Hindu
Philosophical Imagination

by Fr.
Martin Sebastian (India)

 

 

 


Open Discussions (1 hr)

 


Lunch   (1.5 hr.)

 

- Main Speech 8:
“Church
Reform”:
From BEC as a Unit for Church
Administration to a Neighbor-involved Basic Human Community (BHC)

 By Fr. John Prior (England)

 

 

--Main
Speech 9:
U.S. Reactions to Laudato Si: The Public, Catholics,
Women

By Ms. Kathleen Schatzberg  (USA) from CTA

 

Main Speech 10:  “Response
from Asia on
Laudato Si in Relation to COP21 in Paris and Way Forward”

By Fr. Allwyn D’Silva (India), FABC Desk on Ecology

 

 

Break    (20 min.)

 


Open Discussions (1 hr)

 

Country
Report 6
: Vietnam

 

By Vietnam team

 


 Break   (10 min)

Country Report 7: Philippines

 

By Philippine team

Dinner

Fr. Martain Sebastian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Kochurai Abraham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Paul Hwang

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr.
John Maung

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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25th

 

(Tue)

9:10-9:50

 

 

 

 

 

09:50-10:30

 

 

 

 

10:50-11:30

 

 

 

11:40-12:20

 

 

 

12:30-2:30

 

2:30-4:00

 

4:00

-5:00

 

5:00

 

6:00

Morning liturgy (Korea)

- Main speech 11: For 2015 Bishops’ Synod:
From Being Abstract to Concrete Realities with Fuller Theorizing on Marriage,
Sexuality and Other Themes Involved.

By Ms. Jean
Peracullo  (Phil.)

 

Main Speech 12: Ensuring and Operationalizing Women’s Meaningful
Participation in Peace and Security

By Ms. Jasmin Nario-Galace (Phil.)

 

 

Break (20 min.)

 

- Special Report 2: Southeast Asia: Next Battle Ground for
Islamic State?-
Salafi-Jihadi Groups' Impact on Southeast Asia: Realities and Ways to Wrestle

By Mr. Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid (Malaysia)

 

- Special Report 3: Learning
from the ‘Old Future’: Sustainable Ways of Indigenous Peoples’ Lives and
Sustainable Development

By Fr. Niphot Thianvihan

 

Lunch   (1.5 hr.)

 

 

 

- Open
Discussions (1.5 hr.)

 

Finalizing and Releasing a Message from the
2015 ATF

 

 Closing Mass

 

Farewell Dinner (outside)/Free Evening

 

 

Sr. Rehka Chennattu

 

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr.
Paul Hwang

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mae/Leah

 

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Paul Hwang (Kyung-Hoon),

Director of the Center for Asia Peace and Solidarity (CAPS) under WTI in Korea

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Ms Jasmin Nario-Galace

Ms. Galace is currently serving as the Executive Director of the Center for Peace Education in Miriam College and Professor at the College of International, Humanitarian and Development Studies also in Miriam College.

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Ms. Aurora De Dios (Phil.)

Prof. Aurora Javate-De Dios is the Executive Director of the Women and Gender Institute at Miriam College in the Philippines and a Professor in International and Migration Studies in the same institution.

 

Ms. Kochurani Abraham (India)

Ms. Jimmalou Jenabe (Phil.)

Mr. Karl & Ms. Rae Sanchez (Phil.)

Mr. Charles Bertille (Malaysia)

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Miriam college Doctor

Ms. Eleanor Dionisio (Phil.)

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Fr. Antonie Sondag,

Director for the Desk “Universal Mission” Under Catholic Bishops’ Conference of France (CBCF)

Mr. Nicholas Chinnappan (India)

 

Bishop Isao Kikuchi

 

Ms. Rose Wu (Hong Kong)

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Fr. James Kroeger (USA)

professor of Systematic Theology at the Loyola School of Theology in Manila. He is also the president of the

Philippine Association of Catholic Missiologists (PACM) and the secretary-convenor of the Asian Missionary

Societies Forum(AMSAL).

 

Ms. Aurora Parong (Phil.)

 

Sr. Helen Graham

Sr. Helen Graham (USA)

The quote above are the last words in Sister Helen Graham’s book, Sing, O Barren One…and other Essays on Biblical Themes, which in Sept. 2008 was awarded the Gintong Aklat Award (Golden Book) from the Book Development Association of the Philippines in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and the National Book Development Board.

Br. Karl Gaspar (Phil.)

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Sr. Rehka Chennattu (India)

Professor of New Testament, Pontifical Institute of Philosophy and Religion, Pune, India.

 

 

Fr. Martain Sebastian (India)

 

 

Fr. John Prior (England)

 

Ms. Kathleen Schatzberg (USA) from CTA

Fr. Allwyn D`Silva

Fr. Allwyn D'Silva (India), FABC Desk on Ecology

The 65 year old Manager has completed 38 years of priestly vocation.
He completed his schooling at St. Blaise High School, Amboli and MA in Political Science (Mumbai University). He is a lecturer at St. Pius College, Mumbai for the past 31 years.

 

Ms. Jean Peracullo (Phil.)

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Mr. Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid (Malaysia)

Islam in Southeast Asia (SAA 557/3), School of Social Sciences, Second semester 2010/11 – 2012/13. For Publications, Research, Awards, Postgraduate Supervision, Conferences, Theses Examiner, Reviewer etc., see CV section below.

 

 

 

 

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John Mansford Prior

UK-born Divine Word Missionary (SVD), John Mansford Prior has lived in Indonesia since 1973 as a parish priest (until 1981), lecturer, retreat director and researcher. He is active in Asian-Pacific networks of bishops, theologians and the SVD. He resides at the Candraditya Research Centre in Maumere, Flores, eastern Indonesia.

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Airport pick-up will be provided to the participants and speakers. For those participants who will arrive earlier before 16th, please inform and send the travel itinerary in resignation form to the co-organizer as soon as possible.

 

For the participants, who could arrange their transportation, please take the yellow metered taxi located at the arrival section of the airport. Your total fare should not exceed Php 1,000.00 or USD23. Please inform the driver to take you to Notre Dame De Vie Retreat House. Please refer to the address stated above and the map provided in links below: