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[Milan] Tibetan National Uprising Day
March 10, 2017 @ 5:30 pm
On the occasion of the 58th anniversary of the Lhasa uprising of 1959 Italy-Tibet Association is organizing a conference on the current situation of Tibet and the possible developments. The conference will be held at the Sala Alessi of Palazzo Marino in Milan in Piazza della Scala at 17:30. Program follows.
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CONFERENCE “Tibet: Past, Present and Future”
March 10 MILAN Sala Alessi Palazzo Marino 17.30
17,30 INSTITUTIONAL GREETINGS
INTRODUCTION Prof. Chodup Tsering (Chairman Tibetan Community in Italy-Between The first Tibetans arrived in our country in the ’70s as an assistant of Geshe Tenzin Gompo to Ghepeling of Milan, he has promoted and implemented various humanitarian projects for Tibetans in India and taught Tibetan university of Milan. He has published “I speak Tibetan” and “New Tibetan I speak” with Vallardi)
Prof. Lamberto Bertolè (President of the City Council of Milan-Born in 1974, since 1998 working as a social worker and since 2005 as a high school teacher. The commitment in the social and school is interwoven with that policy, in particular in social and educational policies discussing issues of public organization, the community welfare, rights and prevention of liability for. the social work led him in 2003 to the foundation of the social cooperative Arimo, cooperative that deals with welcome and accompany all ‘autonomy troubled teenagers, both offenders to victims of maltreatment and abuse. in these 18 years of professional experience has been dedicated to social engineering, testing and promoting innovative projects to address emerging social needs, trying to build networks among actors in October of 2016 on the social territory-handed honorary citizenship on the Dalai Lama of Tibet, Tenzin Gyatso)
Milan and Tibetan Issues.
Dott. Marco Del Corona (Journalist and writer, author of numerous essays and novels, is vicecaporedattore of Corriere della Sera, for which he visited North Korea in 2001. He has published, among other things, two travel diaries / / bamboo Roads of China, Laos and Burma // (1999) and // ash // Cathedrals on Cambodia (2005). Correspondent in Beijing from 2008 to 2012, is currently vicecaporedattore of the cultural pages of the “Corriere della Sera.” )
Tibet seen by Beijing.
Prof. Carmen Leccardi (Leccardi Carmen has conducted research and taught at several Italian universities. It ‘is currently Professor of Sociology of Culture at the Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Milano-Bicocca and scientific coordinator of the doctoral research in applied Sociology and methodology of social research. from 2013 he has been President of the European Sociological Association.Pro-rector of equal opportunities in the period between 2012 and 2013, it is currently the scientific coordinator of the Interuniversity research Centre “gender Culture.” )
The culture of dialogue and conflict resolution.
Dott. Piero Verni (journalist, writer and documentary filmmaker, lives between Milan and Brittany for many years dedicates most of his work to the knowledge of Tibetan culture and the Indo-Himalayan cultures, to which he devoted numerous reports, books and documentaries. E ‘author, among other things, the first authorized biography of the Dalai Lama, Jaka Book, 1990)
The control of religion in Tibet
Prof. Carlo Buldrini (Writer. He lived in India more than thirty years. He has written for various Italian and Indian newspapers and has been for seven years Officer Regent of the Italian Institute of Culture in New Delhi. In the academic year 2001-2002 taught at the Jamia Millia Islamia, the Islamic university of Delhi. and ‘author of In india and around (Piemme, 1999), a Long Way from Tibet (Tara Press, New Delhi, 2005), Far from Tibet. Stories from a nation in exile (Lindau, 2006) and in the name of Kali. Indian Chronicles (Lindau, 2008) .Pellegrinaggio Buddhist – Lindau 2016)
The non-violent struggle of the Tibetan People
MODERATOR Dott. Claudio Cardelli (President of Italy-Tibet Association.
He started traveling in Asia in 1970. Documentary filmmaker RAI for which he made a dozen documentaries on Asian countries, photographer and author of travel books and reports ( “Between Peaks and Valleys” “Towards the Heart of the World”, with a preface Fosco Maraini, “Tibetan Shadows”, with a foreword by the Dalai Lama, “My Diary of India,” Medians ed.)