Day 2 – 15 September 2016

Session V:
Applying Chinese Traditional Family Culture into Modern Entrepreneurship

Sophie Gu, Deputy General Manager, Suzhou Good Ark Electronics Pty Ltd

Session VI:
Building Bonds of Humanity – A Faith Contribution

Mr. Jean-Christophe Peaucelle, Counselor for Religious Affairs, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Saleem Kidwai OBE, KFO FRSA, Secretary-General, Muslim Council of Wales

The Revd Canon Richard Tutin, General Secretary of Queensland Churches Together, Australia

Panel Discussion

chaired by Mr Ny Toky Andriamanjato, Chargé d'Affaires a.i., Deputy Permanent Delegate, Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Madagascar to UNESCO

Session VII:
Promoting Interfaith Dialogue – A University Perspective

Professor Medwin Hughes, Vice-Chancellor, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Session VIII: Promoting Interfaith Dialogue – A Buddhist Perspective

Venerable Master Chin Kung AM, President and Founder, Pure Land Learning College Association

Peace Performance by Cellists Mr. Manfred Stilz and Zheng Lei

Session IX: Forging a Common Humanity through religious engagement and education

Dr. Paula Kasparian, Honorary Committee of the Peacemaker, France§  Lama Neljorpa Arnaud Guétcheu, Kagyu lineage, France

Ariel Heber, Community Liaison Manager and President of
Queensland Jewish Community Services Inc., Australia

Jeremy Smith, Dean for the Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lampeter Campus

Panel Discussion chaired by Dr Mohammed Ilyas, Lecturer, University of Liverpool

Session X: The Governing Principles of Ancient China: Ways to Implement the Teachings of Moral Education

Professor Liu Yu Li, Hong Kong Institute of Sinology