Day 1 – Saturday November 7th 2020

Theme: 75 years peace !.?

10:00 – 10:15 Welcome Janneke Roos
10.15 – 10.35 “Peace is not a slogan faraway”  Yukari Tangena – Suzuki
10.35 – 10.40 Pause  
10.40 – 11.00 “Dialogue, discourse and words; talking about the same history?” Fridus Steijlen
11.00 – 11.10 Pause  
11.10 – 11.30 “When the road diverges, let it be!”   Ody Dwicahyo & Ron Habiboe
11.30 – 11.45 Pause  
11.45 – 12.05 “Historical injustice, recognition and the art of dialogue” Nicole Immler
12.05 – 12.20 Pause  
12.20 – 13.25 Round table discussion (guest speakers, Indonesian partners and others) Wim Manuhutu
13.25 – 13.35 Pause  
13.35 – 13.45 Wrap up Wim Manuhutu
13.45 -13.55 Closing words Takamitsu Muraoka

Day 2 – Sunday November 8th 2020

Theme: 75 years peace !.?

Dialogue Sessions

13.30 – 13.40 Feed back of Saturday November Wim Manuhutu
13.40 – 15.40 7th Group conversations Dialogue in (3) groups
15.40 – 15.50 Pause  
15.50 – 16.10 Feed back group conversations & summary of 2nd day conference Facilitators  & Wim Manuhutu
16.50 – 16.55 Pause  
16.55 Closure Janneke Roos

Guest speakers

Prof.dr. Fridus Steijlen

Prof.dr. Fridus Steijlen is senior researcher at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribean Studies (KITLV) in Leiden and endowed professor Moluccan migration and culture in comparative perspective at the Social and Cultural Anthropology department of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He is a specialist on oral history and is/was involved in several oral history projects concerning the Indies, Indonesia, decolonisation and postcolonial migration.

Satrio Dwicahyo

Satrio Dwicahyo / Ody is a Master Student at the Department of Colonial and Global History, Leiden University, and a student assistant in the “Witness and Contemporary” Project under the NIOD institute of war, holocaust, and genocide studies, Amsterdam.

Ron Habiboe

Ron Habiboe is a freelance historian. He is concerned with the history of Indonesia and more especially of the Moluccas. Currently he is a research fellow (Bersiap) at the KITLV affiliated with the research program of the KITLV, NIMH and NIOD, “Independence, decolonization, violence and war in Indonesia, 1945-1950”.

Nicole L. Immler, Associate Professor of History and Cultural Studies, University of Humanistics, Utrecht. Published with Stef Scagliola “Probing the concept of entangled history in a postcolonial setting” in Rethinking History, Jan. 2020.