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Talks

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August 18

DAY II. ADVANCES IN RESEARCH 

Modality: Hybrid (streaming) for pre-registered participants.

(Felix Restrepo Auditorium)

Dia 2

Opening.

Dr. Carlos Gómez-Restrepo. Dean. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

Dr. Juan Pablo Mora. Dean in charge. Director - MBA Program. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas Universidad Javeriana.

Dr. Miguel Uribe. Director Departamento de Psiquiatría y Salud Mental. Facultad de Medicina. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá Colombia.

Dr. Miguel Uribe. Director Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health. School of Medicine. Pontifical Javeriana University. Bogota Colombia.

“Psychological Interventions for Promoting Intergroup Conflict Resolution”

Dr. Boaz Hameiri. Conflict Management and Mediation Program - School of Social Studies and Public Policy, Tel Aviv University, Israel.

Moderation and comments:

Dr. Miguel Uribe. Chair. Department of Psychiatry & Mental Health. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá, Colombia.

2. Neuroscience & Peace Building: advances, challenges and opportunities for Colombia

 

“The Skin of Conflict” Dra. Diana Matallana. Neuroscience program. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

 

Moderation and comments:

Dr. Hernando Santamaría. Director- Neuroscience Ph.D. Program. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá, Colombia.

“Memory and Forgiveness: a cognitive neuroscience approach" Dr. Felipe De Brigard. Institute of Brain Sciences. Duke University, United States.

"Science as a right: Bringing insights from neuroscience to conflict affected communities" Michael Niconchuk. Program Director for Trauma & Violent Conflict at Beyond Conflict. United States.

3. Advances in Peace Science

 

"Media interventions to promote peace: lessons from Nigeria.”. Dr. Rebecca Littman. Department of Psychology, University of Illinois Chicago. USA.

“Intergroup contact as an avenue to reduce dehumanization and meta-dehumanization” Dr. Samantha Moore-Berg. Director. Peace and Conflict Neuroscience Lab. University of Pennsylvania. USA.

"Empirical research on the social psychology of the armed conflict in Colombia". Dr. Wilson Lopez. Professor. Faculty of Psychology. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá

Moderation and comments:

Dr. Pablo Abitbol. Regional Historical Memory Group, Chair of The Peace and Cultural Evolution Workshop. Member of the Montes de María Regional Peacebuilding Space. Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar. Cartagena, Colombia.

4. Behavioral economics, cognition, peace and prosociality.

 

“Peace with Nature and Universal Goods”Dr. Juan Camilo Cardenas. Faculty of Economics. Universidad de Los Andes. Bogotá.

“Peace trajectories: experimental evidence on migration and post-conflict in Colombia” Dr. Santiago Alonso. Faculty of Economics. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá, Colombia.

"Neuropolitics of collective memory: design of deliberative spaces around the truth and the construction of peace in Montes de María, Colombia". Dr. Pablo Abitbol. Technological University of Bolivar. Regional Group of Historical Memory, the Chair of Peace and the Cultural Evolution Workshop. He is a member of the Montes de María Regional Space for Peacebuilding.

Moderation and comments:

Dr. Hernando Santamaría. Director- Neuroscience Ph.D. Program. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá, Colombia.

Dia 3
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August 19

DAY III. APPLICATIONS

(Felix Restrepo Auditorium - Santiago Páramo Auditorium - Alfonso Quintana Auditorium)

OPENING CONFERENCE DAY 2. Using brain science to address intergroup conflict in the lab. (Felix Restrepo Auditorium)

“Building an empathic brain in times of social conflicts”

Dr. Yoni Levy.  Aalto University & Reichman University (IDC Herzliya).  

 

"Peace and violence: From brain sciences to behavioral insights"

Dr. Agustín Ibáñez. Director del Instituto Latinoamericano de Salud Cerebral (BrainLat) de la Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI, Chile), Profesor titular e investigador del Centro de Neurociencia Social y Cognitiva de la Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI, Chile), Profesor investigador asociado del Trinity College Dublin, TCD.

5. Overcoming violence using Peace Science. (Felix Restrepo Auditorium)

Dr Laura Taylor. School of Psychology. University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland.

“Using Stories as Interventions to Overcome Conflict”. Dr. Rezarta Bilali. Psychology and Social Intervention Program. New York University-Steinhardt (NYU)

““Collective victim beliefs: Contributing to cycles for violence, or to peace?”. Dr. Johanna Vollhardt. Department of Psychology. Clark University, United States.

Moderation and comments:

Dra. Sandra Polanía Reyes. School of Economics and Business. University of Navarra, Spain.

7. Interventions to build peace and security in Colombia. (Pablo VI Auditorium)

 

“Overcoming empathy failures to improve prosociality. Evidence for Colombia”.

Dr. Angela Fonseca. Department of Economics. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá.

"Maternal Mental Health and Early Childhood Development: Experimental Evidence from a Conflict-Affected Setting". Dr. Andrés Moya. Faculty of Economy. Universidad de Los Andes. Bogotá Colombia. 

"Using Cognitive Neuroscience to Protect and Improve Brain Health After Civil War". Dr. Hernando Santamaría. Director- Neuroscience Ph.D. Program. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá, Colombia.

8. Challenges for peacebuilders from the brain and behavioral sciences perspective.

(Pablo VI Auditorium)

Ms. Mary McLennan. UN INNOVATION Network. 

Dr. Martin Waehlisch. Innovation Cell. Department of Political & Peacebuilding Affairs, United Nations. New York. United States. 

Cristal Downing. Managing Exits from Armed Conflict (MEAC), Center for Policy Research, United Nations University. New York, United States.

Moderation and comments:

Catalina Perdomo. OCR-UN Peace Advisor in Colombia.

5:00 pm.
6:00 pm.

9.  Good practices for peacebuilding: The Compaz experience.

(Alfonso Quintana Auditorium) 

​"The construction of peace in Colombia: a task for everyone", followed by a brief presentation of the Open Library of the Colombian Peace Process - BAPP.

Moderation: Gloria Castrillón, Directora de Colombia+20 de El Espectador

Panelist: Doris Suárez, Denis Romaña y María José Urbano

10.  Peace Architecture: A conversation about the challenges to implement the peace agreements in Colombia. (Alfonso Quintana Auditorium) 

 

ShortFilm Premiere “All it Takes”: Celebrating Emile Bruneau. Director: JuanMa Casas, Producer: Adriana Lalinde PIRATAFILMS

Summary of insights for the Colombian Government and the peacebuilding community working in Colombia.

Hernando Santamaría & Andrés Casas 

Conversación con:

Manuela Marín, Delegada en CSIVI, Comisión de Seguimiento, Impulso y Verificación a la Implementación que representa la Alta Parte Contratante del Acuerdo de Paz (competencia y estatuto diferente del partido politico Comunes)

 

Mireia Villar-Forner. Coordinadora Residente de la ONU en Colombia

 

Iván Cepeda (Senator)

 

Vladdo (Journalist) 

 

Dr. Carlos Gómez-Restrepo. Dean. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá.

Moderation and comments:

Dra. Diana Matallana. Faculty of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá.

 

Closing event. 

Summary of conclusions and recommendations to deliver to the Colombian Government and the community of peace builders

Hernando Santamaria and Andres Casas

Conversation with:

Manuela Marín, Delegate at CSIVI, Commission for Follow-up, Promotion and Verification of the Implementation that represents the High Contracting Party of the Peace Agreement (competence and statute different from the Comunes political party)

 

Mireia Villar-Forner. Resident Coordinator of the UN in Colombia

Iván Cepeda (Senator of the Republic)

Vladdo (Journalist).

Dr. Carlos Gomez-Restrepo. Dean. Medicine School. Pontifical Javeriana University, Bogota.

 

Moderation and comments:

Dr. Diana Matallana. School of Medicine. Pontifical Javeriana University, Bogota.

 

Closing event.

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