Tue., Sep. 21 | Zoom Webinar (Online Forum)

International Day of Peace CONCERT and ONLINE FORUM

LINGAP-Canada presents the International Day of Peace CONCERT featuring songs and music to build a Culture of Peace. The concert will be followed by an ONLINE FORUM with panelist from Canada and the Philippines. This event is supported by the Alberta Culture Days Program, Government of Alberta.
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International Day of Peace CONCERT and ONLINE FORUM

Time & Location

Sep. 21, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. MDT
Zoom Webinar (Online Forum)

About The Event

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE CONCERT

"Songs and Music to build a Culture of Peace:

Filipinos in Alberta celebrating the International Day of Peace"

This event is supported by the Alberta Culture Days Program, Government of Alberta and the sponsorship of *Melanie Nakatsui; *Prestige Vision Centre; *Artist House; *B.B. Family, Toronto; *3J Variety Store; *Berkes Family; *Cristino Floresca, Sacramento. (Partial List)

Peace also means a world that upholds nonviolence, social justice, human rights, intercultural understanding, environmental sustainability, and inner peace. Hence, a Culture of Peace is multi-dimensional and holistic.

LINGAP-Canada presents the International Day of Peace CONCERT featuring songs and music to build a Culture of Peace.  Watch the performances of more than twenty groups and individuals representing associations in the Filipino-Canadian community of Alberta as well as guest artists from Canada and the Philippines.

View the CONCERT on LINGAP-Canada’s website, on LINGAP-Canada's YouTube channel, OR on our Facebook Live Stream from 5 am (MDT) [ 11 am UCT] till midnight on Sept 21.

An ONLINE FORUM (Zoom Webinar) will also be held  at 7:00pm to 9:00pm (MDT) [ 1:00am  to 3:00am UCT]  . Two panelists from the Philippines and two from Canada will share their ideas and experiences on building a culture of peace in the Philippines and Canada.  Register now to attend the ONLINE FORUM!

PARTICIPATING FILIPINO-ALBERTAN ASSOCIATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS, AND GROUPS

Abigail Mendoza, Anna Wilson, Anton Achondoa, Apple Mendoza, Avery Mendoza, Chie Floresca, Edwin Chavez, Emma Sophia Pagtakhan Emmanuel Lizada, Erica Cawagas, Erwin Bodoso, Fr. Samuel Maximo, Hannah Adamson, Jimmy Buena, Jo-ann Militar-Mella, Johann B. Aler, Kris de Lor, Lauren Lizada, Lyla Luciano, Raz de la Torre, Tala Kamea Berkes, The Penaco Trio,

Academy of Healthcare Services, Artist House Studio, Canticle Choir, Filipino-Canadian Saranay Association, FRIENDS (Filipinos Rising for Inclusion and Equity to Nurture Democracy), FSCA (Filipino Senior Citizens Association), Karilagan Dance Society, Koro Filipino, Migrante Alberta, Philippine Arts Council,

FEATURED SONGS/INSTRUMENTALS

A Pair of Voices, Bathala, Bayan Ko/Ako ay Pilipino, Betsat san Kaigorotan, Blowing in the Wind, Dahil Sa Iyo, Freedom, Hawak Kamay, I Will Survive, Isang Bansa Para sa Mga Bata, Lupa, Masdan mo ang Kapaligiran, One Day, Paraiso, Pilipinas Kong Mahal, Prayer of St. Francis, Sa Ugoy ng Duyan, Tanging Yaman, The Eyes of a Child, True Colors, Walang Hanggang Paalam, Zombies

MESSAGES OF PEACE will be shared by Jun Angeles (President, COPAA), Cesar Daus (President, Filipino-Canadian Saranay Association), Dr. Robert Zuber (Global Prevention of Wars & Armed Conflicts), Dr. Loreta Castro (Founder, Peace Education Center, Miriam College, Philippines), Bernadette Iahtail (Executive Director, Creating Hope Society), and Toh Swee-Hin (President, LINGAP-Canada).

AFTER THE CONCERT JOIN US FOR AN ONLINE FORUM FEATURING THE FOLLOWING:

PANELISTS

Chito Generoso - Founder/Director, Interfaith Center for Conciliation and Nonviolence (ICCN), Philippines

Mabel Carumba - Outgoing Vice Chair, Katawhang Migrante of the Mindanao Peoples’ Peace Movement (MPPM), Philippines

Marco Luciano - Director, Migrante Alberta, Canada

Dr Lynette Shultz - Professor and Director of the Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Research, University of Alberta, Canada

MODERATOR

Toh Swee-Hin ( S.H.Toh) -  President, LINGAP-Canada Professor Emeritus,     University of Alberta

Laureate, UNESCO,Prize for Peace Education (2000)

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