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Dalai Lama to speak in Co Derry

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Dalai Lama to address Children in Crossfire’s Anniversary Conference: 'A Promise for the Future'

Dalai Lama to address Children in Crossfire’s Anniversary Conference: 'A Promise for the Future'

Children in Crossfire is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a 2-day International Conference on Children's Rights and has announced His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, as the keynote speaker for the event.

Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th July 2007
City Hotel and Millennium Forum, Derry/Londonderry

There will be a dynamic range of speakers alongside His Holiness including Jane Olson of Human Rights Watch, veteran journalist Fergal Keane and Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dermot Ahern. The conference is made up of a variety of workshops that will explore a range of issues relating to Children's Rights from a local and global perspective. Delegates from a wide variety of sectors will get the opportunity to exchange experiences and engage in critical debate.

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His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama will visit Ireland next year to take part in a series of events being planned by three Irish based NGO’s. Children in Crossfire, Afri, and, will host The Dalai Lama in his visit to Ireland and organisers say the visit comes at an important time when Ireland, North and South, is looking at important questions of identity, peace and progress.


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