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Dr. Maria Angela Ferrario
Academy for Irish Cultural Heritages
Lives, facts and stories of people who left their countries to live their cultures in Northern Ireland… and vice versa
To promote the culture, support the presence & provide networking opportunities to people & communities who, from Europe, have come to Northern Ireland to live, work & study.
• Increase visibility and awarenessof the activities carried out by such communities within N.I, R.O.I and their respective countries
• Strengthen the cultural links between N.I. and their respective countries
• Facilitate the creation of networks that can support cultural, social and economic activities between N.I., R.O.I and their respective countries
Topics are broad in scope and they may overlap. Different symposia will cover different topics and each symposium may not cover all the topics
17.11. 06 Morning Programme
17.11.06. Afternoon Programme
Prof Robert Welch Dean of Faculty , University of Ulster
Lunch Break with Madeleine Specials
Dr M.A.Ferrario Associate Researcher and Symposium Coordinator, AICH
Mr Eddie McVeigh Head of EU Commision N.I. NI and Europe, Present Tracks and Future Trends
Mr Leo D’Agostino Honorary Consul in N.I. The Italian Community: its Pasts and Presents
Vox Pops, radio InterviewsfromPeople in Northern Ireland
John Fleming, Director SlowFood
UK – The Cittaslow Network
Silvia Calamati, writer, journalist An Italian Eyewitness
Coffee Break + Q&A
Coffee Break + Q&A- the Disposable Gallery
Dr Roger Logues,Love and War…
A perfect marriage?
Prof. Fabio Mugnaini professor of European Ethnology, Univ. Siena The heirs of a wonderful misery.
Discussion -Symposium closes at 16.00
Mr Liam Campbel Westway Films
From Homeland to Townlands
Introduction and video cuts
Maria Angela Ferrario
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