Aims & Objectives
To promote the development of Pan African solutions to global problems linking Africans in the diaspora and on the continent.
To identify leadership skills that deliver identifiable benefits to diverse communities.
To address areas of real concern to progress the social cohesion and unity of Africa by helping to create a unified constructive approach to issues of security, human rights and the rule of law, empowering and uplifting all in society through creating real prosperity, and sustainable wealth through education and increased social mobility.
History of The Bandung Conference
Below you'll find the schedule for Bandung Conference 2018. We'll keep this page regularly updated with all new speakers and sessions, so be sure to keep checking in!
The Welcome Address will be delivered by the by Conference Co Chairs: Stanley Manduku & D Peter Herbert O.B.E.
Conference Moderator – Mr. Jeff Mote
Students accompanied by Ms. Yolande, prep school (Hillcrest International School) performing on corruption in law and justice
The Chief Justice of Kenya -Mr. David K. Maraga
The Solicitor General of Kenya - Hon. Ken Ogeto
“The Legacy, Reality and Vision of Bandung Revisited”
- Chair : D Peter Herbert O.B.E. (Judge & Former Vice-Chair Metropolitan Police Authority).
- Former Policing and Anti-Terrorism Adviser to the Mayor of London- Mr. Lee Jasper
- Mbijiwe Mwenda, Former Captain Kenya Defence Force
- Judge Shazadi Beg: Barrister, Immigration Judge & Anti-Terrorism expert (UK)
- Mr. Eliud Ambani Mulama: Association of Victims of Terrorism Involvement In Countering Extremism:- National Chairman, (Kenya)
- Secretary General: Dr. Mustafa Y. Ali, (GNRC-Arigatou International)
Has the War on Terror been won or lost? (e.g. Operation Usalama Watch- part of the solution or part of the problem?)
- Chair: Ms Afua Hirsch: Author & TV Journalist
- Ms. Emmah Senge – Director of the Strathmore Law clinic and advocate of the High Court of Kenya.(EASC)
- Judge D Peter Herbert O.B.E–Former Vice Chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority, and human rights barrister.
- Mr Charles Wahingo Owino–Spokesperson of the Kenya Police Force.
- Ms Marcello Favretto–Senior Human Rights Adviser (OHCHR).
Anti-Terrorism, Justice and Freedom : Are these Mutually exclusive?
Two moderators, (one regional & one external & Sessions to be led by NGO)
1. Can we counter terrorism without breeding extremism?Ms. Marcello Favretto (OHCHR)
2. Building civil society in multi faith & multi ethnic societies (Kenya Human Rights Commission - Mr. George Kegoro
3. Counter terrorism: How does the Rule of Law apply; Led by (PALU-CEO Donald Deya)
4. Regional Conflict Resolution: Can it be achieved? Irungu Houton Director (Amnesty International)
5. Refugees and Migrants: How can we respect their needs (IOM) led by Laura Nistri.
Two moderators, (one regional & one external & Sessions to be led by NGO)
Chair: Tanzanian or US Media Host (Hosted by Pan African Lawyers Association)“Are Human Rights an achievable goal or an NGO dream” (Sponsored by Pan African Lawyers Association)
- Donald Deya: Chief Executive Pan African Lawyers Association
- Ms. Laura Nistri: The Institute of Migration (IOM)
- Veronic Wright : Senior Legal Officer( Office of the Prosecutor), OIC, United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Tribunals
- Mr. George Kegoro: Kenyan Human Rights Commission (KHRC)
- Peter Ouko: Crime Si-Poa Organisation
- Ms Karin Pluberg: Adviser to the African Court of Human Rights
“Are Human Rights an achievable goal or an NGO dream” (Sponsored by Pan African Lawyers Association)
- Professor P.L.O. Lumumba: “Can we balance the need to combat Terrorism whilst respecting the rights of our citizens on the continent”
- 5.00 to 5.10 pm Housekeeping Announcements: Conference Co-Chairs
- 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm Drinks Reception sponsored by a Commercial Sponsor
Closing Address, Day One by Professor P.L.O. Lumumba & Conference Co-Chairs
Welcome by Conference Co Chairs : Stanley Manduku & Peter Herbert O.B.E.
Conference Moderator – Mr. Johnson Mwakazi
Ms. Christelle Verres & Karen C. Primary School
Students accompanied by Ms. Christelle Verres (Karen C. Primary School) performing a dramatised verse on education and two traditional songs
Ms. Amina Mohammed & Dr. Shem Ochuodho, International ICT Consultant.
The Honourable Diane Abbott M.P. (The Shadow Home Secretary)
Can education create development & wealth for all on the Continent?
- Chair: Ms Patricia Lamour, M.B.E (Aspire Education)
- Dr. Muthoni L. Wanyeki – Open Society Foundation, Director, Africa Region.
- Ms. Regina Opondo –Teachers Service Commission, Director, Kiambu County
- Mr. Kevit Desai – Principal Secretary, State Dept. of Vocational & Technical Training
- Mr. Martin Mbaya - Strathmore University
- Professor Catherine Ndungo - Kenyatta University
- Ms. Anne Theresa Ndong Jatta –UNESCO Regional Office Director for East Africa
Empowering students, parents and teachers to achieve the Kenya they want (Vision 2030).
1. Kenyatta University-Professor Catherine Ndungo- Language and Gender Teaching and helping the achievements of girls and boys in schools.
2. Educating unreached children for inclusive development - Ms. Joy Mdivo
3. Teaching entrepreneurship in schools and in communities-Strathmore University, Business School- Mr. Martin Mbaya and Aspire Education Group and Black Business Awards, Mr. Viv Ahmun
4. How can the new Kenyan curriculum be made to work for boys and girls? Mr. John Mbuthi–Think Smart Africa and Riara University.
Honorable Edward Ouko - The Auditor General of Kenya
“Exposing corruption-do the ends justify the means?”
1. Combating corruption; Whose money is it anyway? (Transparency International: Executive Director) : Mr Samuel Kimeu
2. The Use of Excessive Force : Can we restrain & train our security services? Mr Lee Jasper (former adviser to the Mayor of London) & and KHRC Mr. George Kegoro
3. Prisons: What rights should be respected?Led by Mr. Sammy Lovoni and Mr John Muthuri (African Prison Project)
4. How do we make our politicians accountable to the people? OHCHR, Senior Human Rights Adviser Officer - Ms. Marcello Favretto.
Four Break Out Workshops : Ethics and the Law
- Panel Chair:- Nairobi Women Rep - Mrs. Esther Passaris
- Mr. Selemani Kinyunyu –The African Union Advisory Board on Corruption
- Mr. Donald Deya – Pan African Lawyers Union, CEO
- Professor P.L.O Lumumba
- Ms. Lucy Kinuthia – Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission
- Dr. Muthoni L. Wanyeki, Director –Open Society Initiative
Question Time Panel: “Do we need more Ethical African Bees?”
- “The vision of our Pan African future” Professor P.L.O. Lumumba
- Close of the Conference: Housekeeping announcements & vote of thanks by Co Chairs
Closing address will be delivered by Professor P.L.O. Lumumba and there after vote of thanks given by the conference co-chairs.
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The conference will appeal to East African Government policy and decision makers, senior civil servants, human rights activists, teachers, lawyers, judges and magistrates, academicians, career diplomats in East Africa as well as members of the Pan African diaspora who wish to contribute to the progression of civil society in the region.
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- Check out time 11:00 AM
- No of floors 5
- Total no of rooms 195
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