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CULTURAL OLYMPIAD
(Athens, Greece)
2nd INTERNATIONAL MEETING
ECUMENISM AND CULTURE IN THE GLOBALIZATION ERA:
THE PATHS OF PEACE
Archangelos Auditorium
Nicosia, Cyprus
May 2-5, 2003
TENTATIVE PROGRAM
Friday, May 2, 2003
Opening Session
18:00-18:45
Vassilios Youltsis, Professor, Department of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessalo-
Welcome Address on behalf of the Organizing Committee:
Yangos Andreadis, Professor, Chairman, Department of Communications, Media and
Culture, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Introductory speeches:
• The Holy Bishop of _ykkos Mr. Nikiforos, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Evangelos Venizelos, Minister of Culture, Athens, Greece.
Prestigious distinction to celebrities and institutions. 18:45-19:45
Addresses:
Tassos Papadopoulos, President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
• Bishop of Paphos Mr. Chrysostomos, Cyprus.
• Representative of Ecumenical Patriarch.* • Patriarch of Alexandria Mr. Petros, Egypt.*
• Patriarch of Antioch Mr. Ignatios IV, Syria.*
• Archbishop Aristarxos of Constantini. Message for the Patriarch of Jerusalem, Israel.
• Representative of the President of Iran.* • Harbeant Singh, Shiromani Gudwara Parbandhak Committee, Sri Amristar, India.
• Patriarch of Serbia, Mr. Pavel.*
• Patriarch of Bulgaria Mr. Maximos.*
• Archbishop of Thyateira and Great Britain Mr. Grigorios, London, United Kingdom.
• Message from the Archbishop of Athens Mr. Christodoulos.
• Archbishop Sambi Pietro, Representative of the Holy See, Apostolic Nuncio to Cyprus
19:45-20:00
Coffee Break.
20:00-21:00
Addresses:
Michalis Papadopoulos, Rector, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
Ioannis Vavouras, Rector, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Vassilios Benos, Rector, University of Piraeus, Greece.
Theodosios Pelegrinis, Dean, School of Humanities, University of Athens, Greece.
• Reverent Dr. Riad Jarjour, General Secretary, Middle East Council of Churches (MECC),
Kalliopi Bourdara, Vice-Mayor, Municipality of Athens, Greece. Message from the Mayor
Nikos Konomis, Former President of the Academy of Athens, Greece.
Jonathan Peled, Executive Director, Friendship Village, International Center of Education
for a Multicultural Society, Israel.
• Most Reverend Clive Handford, President Bishop, Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and
the Middle East; Bishop of Cyprus and the Gulf, Nicosia, Cyprus. Message from theArchbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.
Kapilla Vatsyayan, Writer, New Delhi, India.
Reception in the Gardens of Metochio Kykkou.
Saturday, May 3, 2003
Morning Session
10:00-12:00 Religions and Cultures in the Face of Globalization. Pretext, Necessity
or Invention?
Constantinos Tsoukalas, Professor, University of Athens, Greece.
Abdul Aziz Said, Professor and Director, Center for Global Peace, Washington DC,
U.S.A.
Islam and the West: A Dialogue of Reconciliation and Coexisence.Regis Debray, Professor, Paris, France.
Yiorgos Veltsos, Professor, Department of Communication, Media and Culture, Panteion
University, Athens, Greece.
Nihil Videt et Omnia Videt. • Rabbi Joseph H. Ehrenkranz, Executive Director, Center for Christain-Jewish
Understanding, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield CT, U.S.A.
Is War Normal? Is Terror Normal? Is Peace Normal?Dimitri Nanopoulos, Chair in Theoretical Physic, Academy of Athens; Mitchell/Heep,
Chair in High Energy Physics, Texas A&M University, U.S.A.
The Matter of the Spirit.Ilai Alon, Professor, The Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of Humanities, Department of
Philosophy, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
Emotive Lexicon: A Tool for Cross-Cultural Empathy.Brady Kiesling, Former American Foreign Service Officer, Athens, Greece.
Culture or Crusade: American Universalism at the Crossroads.Emanuel Clapsis, Dean, Professor of Systematic Theology, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox
School of Theology, Brookline MA, U.S.A.
Violence and the Christian Churches.Yannaras Christos, Professor Emeritus, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Inter-religious and Inter-cultural Dynamics of “High” Literature. The Example ofDostoyevsky. • Archimandrite Dr. Panteleimon Tsorbatzoglou, Head of the Ecclesiastical and
Theological Seminary, Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain, London, UnitedKingdom.
The Comprehension of Cultures beyond the Tolerance of Cultural Diversities. 12:00-12:30
Discussion.
12:30-12:45
Coffee Break.
12:45-14:15
From the Globalization of Markets to the Ecumenicity of Politics and Culture.
Theodore Pelagidis, Assistant Professor, Department of International and European
Studies, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Constantinos Vergopoulos, Professor, Department of International and European
Studies, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Clash of Civilizations or the End of History and the Last Man?Ioanna Tsivakou, Visiting Professor, Department of Communication, Media and Culture,
Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Autonomy and Authenticity in the Era of Functional Cohesion.Luigi Caranti, Dr., Institute of International Studies, University LUISS, Roma, Italy.
Globalization and Human Rights. A Survey of Contemporary Theories in Ethics ofInternational Relations.Panos Panayiotopoulos, Member of the Parliament, New Democracy Party, Athens,
Gerasimos Arsenis, Member of the Parliament, Panhellenic Socialist Movement, Athens,
Kyril Topalov, Professor, University of Sofia; Writer; Ambassador ret; President,
Academy of Balkan Culture; President, Institute of Euroatlantic Security, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Is Globalization an Unknown or a Known Thing?Dieter Oberndoerfer, Professor, Dr., Chairman, Arnold Bergstraesser Institute and
Freiburg Research Group of Elections, University of Freiburg, Germany.
The Impact of Migration on the Cultures of Europe and its Challenge for European PoliticalSystems.Ninon Colneric, Judge, Court of Justice of the European Community, Luxemburg.
14:15-14:45
Discussion
Afternoon Session
17:30-18:45
From Globalization in Arms to a World Peace Contract: Justice, Solidarity,
Cohesion
.
Christodoulos Yallouridis, Associate Professor, Department of International and
European Studies, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Andre Gunder Frank, Senior Fellow, World History Center, Northeastern University,
Boston MA, U.S.A.
Destroying Civilization to Save It.Grahame F. Thompson, Professor of Political Economy, Head of the Department of
Government and Politics, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.
The Politics of International Peace and Toleration: How to Tolerate the Intolerant but notthe Intolerable in the International System.Luis Godart, Counsellor of the President of the Italian Democracy; Professor, University
of Napoli Federico II, Italy.
Emigration in the Mediterranean and Religious Tolerance.Hannes Swoboda, Member of the European Parliament, Vice President, SPE Fraction
Brussels, Belgium.
Cultural Diversity in a Strong Europe.Elizabeth Prodromou, Dr., Associate Director, Institute on Religion and World Affairs;
Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Boston University, BrooklynMA, U.S.A.
God is Not Neutral: Religion and American Foreign Policy.Costas Yfantis, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Public
Administration, University of Athens, Greece.
Dimitri Keridis, Director, Kokkalis Foundation; Assistant Professor, Department of
Balkan, Slavic and Eastern Studies, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Cultural Determinism: Growth, Co-existence and Conflict in the Beginnings of the 21stCentury. 18:45-19:15
Discussion.
19:15-19:30
Coffee Break.
19:30-20:30
Roundtable Discussion: Globalization and Media
Yangos Andreadis, Professor, Chairman, Department of Communication, Media and
Culture, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Dileep Padgaonkar, Executive Managing Director, The Times of India, India.
Mehmet Ali Birand, Journalist, CNN Turk, Istanbul, Turkey.
Furio Colombo, Director, L’Unita, Roma, Italy.
Stefano Mosti, Director, Observatory of Pavia, Italy.
Stavros Lygeros, Journalist, Kathimerini Newspaper, Athens, Greece.
Vassilis Moulopoulos, Managing Director, To Vima Newspaper, Athens, Greece.
Alexis Papahelas, Journalist, To Vima Newspaper; MEGA Channel, Athens, Greece.
Yannis Vlastaris, Director, Sunday’s Eleftherotypia, Athens, Greece.
Anthos Lykavgis, Director, Fileleftheros Newspaper, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Costis Chatzicostis, Director, Simerini Newspaper, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Tassos Papadopoulos, News and Program Director, Alpha, Athens, Greece.
20:30-21:00
Discussion.
Sunday, May 4, 2003
Morning Session
11:30-12:45
Religions and Identities between War and Peace.
Christos Economou, Professor, Department of Theology, Aristotle University of
• Reverent Heinz Klautke, Co-moderator, Islam in Europe Committee, Conference of
European Churches (CEC) and the (Roman-Catholic) Council of European BishopsConferences (CCEE); Former Secretary for Islam Relations of the Evangelical Church(EKD).
From Differences towards Just Peace.
Serif Damatoglou Sukri, Imam of Kos island, Greece.
Religions and Cultures in the Face of Globalization.Stelios Papathemelis, Member of the Parliament, Panhellenic Socialist Movement,
Athens, Greece.
Churches and Ethnic Cultures as Mound to Globalization.Cherubini Roberto, Community of Sant Egidio, Roma, Italy.
The Spirit of Assisi and the Course of Inter-religous and Ecumenical Dialogue during theLast Decades. The Experience of the Society of St. Egidio.Bishop of Trimythountos Vassilios, Holy Archdiocese of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Orthodox Spiritual Values and the Contemporary World.Faedon Papadopoulos, Dr. of Religion-Religionist, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Co-existence of Christianity and Islam in Cyprus Yesterday and Today. The Prospect ofTomorrow.Areti Dimosthenous, Dr., Institute of Historical Research for Peace; Visiting Lecturer,
Department of Turkish Studies, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
The Reconciliation Between Turk-Cypriots and Greek-Cypriots as a Religious and CulturalDuty of the Church. 12:45-13:00
Coffee Break.
13:00-14:00
Religions and Identities between War and Peace (continue).
Stavros Epameinondas, Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus, Vienna, Austria.
Christos Iakovou, Lecturer, Department of Turkish Studies, University of Cyprus, Nicosia,
Cyprus.
Islam and the West: Irreconcilable Relations?Grigoris Ziakas, Professor, Department of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
Greece.
Religions and the Message of Peace in the Era of Globalization.Nicolaos Zaharopoulos, Former Secretary, Ministry of National Education, President for
Dialogue Among Shiites and Orthodoxes; Professor Emeritus, Aristotle University ofThessaloniki, Greece.
Conditions of Shaping Globalization. The Example of the Past that Lights the Present.Marios Bezgos, Associate Professor, Department of Theology, University of Athens,
Greece.
The Ecumenism as a Criterion of Globalization.Vlassios Feidas, Professor, Department of Theology, University of Athens, Greece.
Adnan Eksigil, Lecturer, University of Yeditepe, Istanbul, Turkey.
The Role of Orthodoxy in the Deepening Abyss between Christianity and Islam. 14:00-14:30
Discussion.
Evening Session
17:00-18:45
The Paths of Peace in World Culture.
Vassilis Karapostolis, Professor, University of Athens, Greece.
Instead of Violence: Modern Morals and Peace.Kapilla Vatsyayan, Writer, New Delhi, India.
Seyyed Ataollah Mohajerani, President, International Center for Dialogue Among
Catherine Stenou, Director, Division of Cultural Policies; Director, Division of Intercultural
Dialogue, UNESCO, Paris, France.
The Intercultural Dialogue, the Best Guarantee of Peace.Monica Ehrahrdt-Lakony, Writer, Vice President, German Writers’ Association;
President, Delphic Council, Germany.
The Secret Poetic and Musical Traditions of Religions and Cultures as Bridges of Peace.Pepi Rigopoulou, Associate Professor, Department of Communication of Media,
University of Athens, Greece.
Civitates Dei and Men’s Cities: Religion and Ideology.Myrto Rigou, Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Mass Media,
University of Athens, Greece.
Culture as Source of Universality.Dimitri Dimiroulis, Professor, Department of Communication, Media and Culture,
Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Universality of Kavvafis or the Crossroads of the “Other”?Hans-Guergen Grundmann, Film Director, Munich, Germany.
Popi Moskof, Psychological Counselor of Mental Health, Athens, Greece.
Greek Logos Meets Arab Culture Through the Dialogue for Poetry, Science and Religion:The Case of Costis Moskof and his Ten Year long Work in the Middle East. 18:45-19:15
Discussion.
19:15-19:30
Coffee Break.
Conclusions – Resolutions.
Bishop of Trimythountos Vassilios, Holy Archdiocese of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Christodoulos Yallouridis, Associate Professor, Department of International and
European Studies, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
Areti Dimosthenous, Dr., Institute of Historical Research for Peace; Visiting Lecturer,
Department of Turkish Studies, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Georg Albrecht, Officer ret., Evangelic Church, Düsseldorf, Germany.

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