Pa(t)tani Peace Media Day 2015 "Visible/Visionary Peace"

2015-02-28 08:00
2015-02-28 16:30


THE 2nd Pa(t)tani Peace Media Day


Visible/Visionary Peace


28 February 2015


The Faculty of communication sciences,

Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus, Thailand



 [Updated 24 February] 

08.00 - 09.00 น.            

Register for requesting important documents and peace process books, namely ;

  • Experiences of Peacebuilding: Learning the Peace Processes in Contemporary Conflicts
  • Pa(t)tani Peace Process HANDBOOK: How Do We Work for JUST PEACE Together? (in Thai)
  • Wan Kadir’s Patani Struggle (in Thai)
  • Platform, Insider and Peace (in Thai)
  • The Road to Patani Peace Process (in Thai)
  • Policy Paper on “How Can the Peace Process be taken Forword?” (in three language, Thai, English and Malay)
  • Choices in the Midst of Southern Fire: How Do We Live Together? (in Thai)
  • Making Choice of the Future: Analyzing the Deliberation about Politics and Governance in Public Policy Forums Concerning ‘The Southern Border Provinces’ Self-Government’ (in Thai)
  • The Moral Imagination: The Art and Soul of Building Peace (Thai version)
  • Identity and Violence; The Illusion of Destiny (Thai version)
  • Public Media and Just Society Construction (in Thai)
  • Southern Thailand: Ongoing Recruitment and Use of Children by Armed Groups
  • etc.

(Only for the registered)

For register click here

09.00 - 09.10 น.

Welcoming speech
By Asst.Prof. Srisompop Jitpiromsri
Director of Deep South Watch (DSW), Center for Conflict Studies and Cultural Diversity (CSCD), Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus

09.10 - 09.30 น.            

Opening remark
By Asst.Prof. Sompong Thongpong
Vice President of Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus

09.30 - 10.30 น.            

Balancing Keynote Speakers on Visible/Visionary of the Peace Dialogue: A New Round
·         Party A*
·         Party B*
Introducing the Guests Speaker
By Asst.Prof. Srisompob Jitpiromsri

10.30 - 11.45 น.

An Agenda for Peace (Agenda Damai Dari Rakyat)
The Statement from Civil society Organizations
Moderated by
Thapanee Ietsrichai, Reporter of Sam Miti News Program, Channel 3 Thailand
Orapin Lilitwisitwong, Executive Producer of Citizen Media News, ThaiPBS

11.45 –12.00 น.

Reflection on “the CONNECTOR”: Ahmad Somboon and Pa(t)tani Peace Process
By Muhammad Ayub Pathan,  Senior Editor of Deep South Watch

12.00 - 13.30 น.            

Lunch and Pray


13.30 – 13.45 น.           

Session-opening Speech
‘Peace Comm.’: Peace Communication Education and Development
By Walakkamol Changkamol
Dean of the Faculty of Communication Sciences, 
Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus, Thailand

13.45 - 16.00 น.            

Visionary Discussion: Trends of Multi-platform Communication and Visible/Visionary Peace
  • Phra Athikarn Somchart Thitipanyo  “Dhamma Media Channel” Directors of Prapariyat Wat Nong Bua School, Mae Chedi, Wiang Papao, Chiang Rai.
  • Yah Ali, Chairman of the Community Radio Network of Pattani.
  • Piyasak Ausap, Deep South Photojournalism Networks (DSP).
  • Ismail Muhammad Haji Wancik*, Editor of Wartani.
  • Tuwaedaniya Meringing, Editor of “AMAN News” and Reporter channel 3 Malaysia (TV3).
  • Abdukareem Asmaae, Producers of Al-Salam Media, AL-SALAM Institute, Fatoni University. 
  • Suwatjana Thippinit, Coordinator of Thai Public Broadcasting Service (ThaiPBS)

Moderated by

- Romadon Panjor , Deep South Watch
- Samatcha Nilaphatama, Prince of Songkla University, Communication Arts Department, Faculty Member.
Summary : trends of Multi-platform Communication and Visible/Visionary Peace
By Asst.Prof. Kusuma Kooyai
Faculty of communication Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus, Thailand.

16.00 -16.30 น.             

Closing remarks speech for Peace Media Day.
By Dr. Norbert Ropers*
Senior Research Fellow, Center for Conflict Studies and Cultural Diversity (CSCD)


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