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1 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Term of Reference (TOR)
“Migration, Border and Global Peace” Yogyakarta, 1-10 December 2014

2 “Migration, Border and Global Peace” Yogyakarta, 1-10 December 2014
Theme of the 3rd MGPS “Migration, Border and Global Peace” Yogyakarta, 1-10 December 2014 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

3 About Mahathir Global Peace School
Background The number of manuscripts, curricula, and initiatives that grapple with some strand of peace education is increasing. However a dearth of critical and cross-disciplinary that examine peace education in conjunction with war and conflict still an open question. Education about and against war therefore is important to provide a comprehensive understanding about war and peace, as pivotal notion to established a democracy. Based on the spirit to educate society Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta and Perdana Global Peace Foundation initiate to establish an International School on Global Peace and Conflict Resolution with the name of Mahathir Global Peace School. Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

4 About Mahathir Global Peace School
Establishment of MGPS Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY) and Perdana Global Peace Foundation (PGPF) established an International School on Global Peace and Conflict Resolution which is promoted with the name of Mahathir Global Peace School (MGPS). The school was launched by YABhg Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad on 3rd June 2013, at Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. This School is designed to enable students from diverse cultures and backgrounds to attain a deep understanding of the central issues of peace and security, which will determine the future of humanity. Through their coursework, participants in the programme will broaden their base of knowledge and engage with the major concepts, themes, and debates within international peace and conflict studies, preparing themselves for work with NGOs, governments, aid agencies, the UN and other organizations where a deep understanding of these issues is critical. Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

5 First MGPS on 2013, conducted at Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
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6 Second MGPS on 2014, conducted at Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations, Kuala Lumpur
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7 General Objectives of MGPS
To explore strategies in order to construct a peaceful world through the education and multi-cultural understanding. The curricula of MGPS is designed to embrace matters on conflict resolution, e.g. war, poverty, racism, non violent initiatives for social change and peace building, social transformation and peace. Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

8 Aim of MGPS Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
To provide a comprehensive knowledge and focus discussion surrounding global peace and conflict resolution, including those concerning its definitional scope and its theoretical and practical relevance in a globalized world. To explore the theoretical and practical dimensions of global peace and conflict resolution in an international context where the role of the nation-state is being subjected to significant pressures across all regions. To investigate the political, ethical, legal, and economic implications of global peace and its relationship to cosmopolitanism as an alternative to more traditional notions of nationalism. To examine the role of international institutions, principally the United Nations, in promoting global peace. To examine a range of specific issue areas—including human rights, the environment, migration, security, humanitarian intervention, and gender—through the prism of global peace and associated critiques of global peace. Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

9 Target of Participants
Program is limited for 40 participants only consist of: Postgraduate students from worldwide universities (50%) Undergraduate senior students (10%) Researchers (10%) NGOs in peace and conflict resolution (30 %) Enrollment by Online at Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

10 Important Dates Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
1 October 2014 : First Announcement and Invitation 1 – 31 October 2014 : Participant Enrollment by On line Submission in MGPS website (http://mgps.umy.ac.id) 3 November 2014 : Announcement of Selected Participants 24 November 2014 : Participant confirmation and visa arrangement 30 November 2014 : Participant Arrival in UMY 1 December 2014 : Opening Ceremony 1 – 6 December 2014 : Program 7 – 9 December 2014 : Excursion 10 December 2014 : Closing Ceremony Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

11 General: Student Learning Outcomes
LO 1st Week Soft Skill Global Peace Substantive knowledge of fundamental concept,system and practices Developing global peace society Conflict Resolution International Resolution and Law Multi-cultural communication and understanding Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs Multi-cultural Understanding Substantive knowledge of fundamental concepts, practices and diplomacy Global peace activities Migration and Border Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

12 Student Learning Outcomes
After two weeks training, students are expected to be able to: LO 1: demonstrate an appreciation of the key academic debates concerning the nature and utility of the concept of global peace. LO 2: distinguish between the key concepts and issues that surround related areas: peacekeeping, peace and conflict resolution. LO 3: demonstrate an understanding of those issue areas where global peace can play a role in promoting justice, mitigating and resoluting conflict. LO 4: demonstrate an understanding of the barriers to achieving this in the real world and how far they can be overcome. LO 5: reflect on the requirements and obligations of global peace, international law, humanitarian law and conflict resolution. LO 6: create a global peace society and community around the world as part of peacebuilding. LO 7: be actively engaged with and participate in migration, border and global peace. LO 8: build and strengthen individual and institutional networks for conflict prevention in migration and border Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

13 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Structure of Subjects Substantive Knowledge Understanding of Global Peace, Conflict Resolution, Human Rights and International Security Improving better society with understanding of interreligion, multi cultures, races, human relation for world peace Global Peace Conflict & Resolution International Law Multi-Cultural Understanding & Communication Diplomacy for Peace International Security Humanitarian Human Rights Case Studies Case Studies FGD Case Studies, FGD and Practices Case Studies & FGD Critical Thinking and Applying Knowledge in Studying Cases Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

14 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Subject and Learning Outcomes Four Pillars of Deliverable Subjects Peace History of peace thinking The meaning of peace Entropy and theory of peace Peacekeeping Conflict and Its Resolutions Justice, Power, Communication and Conflict Integrating Problem Solving and Decision Making in Conflict Resolution The Development of Conflict Resolution Skills Conflict Resolution and Human Rights Mediation Revisited and Managing Conflict Framework for Conflict Resolution Initiative International Law for Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Law Multi-cultural and Interreligion Dialogue Migration, Border and Global Peace LO 1, 2, 3 LO 1, 2, 3 LO 4, 5, 6 LO 7,8 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

15 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Case Studies and Learning Outcomes Four Pillars of Deliverable Case Studies Case Studies on Peace: Peacekeeping and Diplomacy Intrastate Conflict Resolution: Case Studies and Applications for a Globalized World Peacekeeping Diplomacy and Strategies in Conflict Countries. Case Studies on Conflict and Its Resolutions Ethnic conflict Identity conflict and Peace Education Post-Conflict Communication Case Studies on International Law for Peacekeeping , Inter-religion and Intercultural UN Peacekeeping and Implementing the International Law International Tribunal for Criminalizing War Interreligion Dialogue: Lessons Learnt Peace Building Action Plan Case Studies on Migration, Border and Global Peace Citizenship Human trafficking Refugees and asylum seeker Terrorism LO 1, 2 LO 1, 2, 3, 7 ,8 LO 4, 5 LO 6, 7, 8 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

16 Assignments and Learning Outcomes
1 Indentifying Problems in migration and border areas Sub themes a. Welfare b. Humanitarian c. Culture d. Security Method of learning a. Games and movies b. Group discussion c. Paper presentation 2 Peace Proposal/Building and Action Plan a. Innovative Peace campaign b. Cultural and political project for peace c. Popular publication for peace project a. FGD b. Project presentation a. Maps of the potential conflict areas b. Ideas to design peace project 3, 4, 5 a. Alumni networks & projects b. Project design LO 6, 7, 8

17 The School’s Future Trajectory
1st MGPS Global Peace and Conflict Resolution Yogyakarta-Indonesia 2nd MGPS Interstate Relations and Global Justice for Peace and Conflict Resolution Kuala Lumpur –Malaysia 3rd MGPS Migration, Border, and Global Peace 4th MGPS Youth, Multiculturalism and Peace Promotion in the Borderless World Bangkok-Thailand 5th MGPS International Law, Justice and Peace for Global Citizens West Bank-Palestine 6th MGPS Peace and Interreligion Dialogue in Worldwide Education Bandung-Indonesia Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

18 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Subjects Design of the first week Monday, 1st December 2014 Opening Ceremony 09.00 – | Remarks Prof. Dr. Bambang Cipto, MA – Rector of UMY Tan Sri Norian Mai – Chairperson of PGPF Muhammadiyah – Prof. Dr. Din Syamsuddin Public Lecture Migration and Borders: Challenges and opportunities for Peace Promotion 10.00 – | Prof. Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono 10.45 – | Dr. Tun Mahathir Muhammad 11.30 – | Question & Answer 13.30 – |Lecture Overview Migration, Border, and Global Peace Tan Sri Gen. (Rtd.) Mohd. Azumi 16.00 – |Introduction, Program Explanation and Training Contract 19.00 – |Welcome Dinner Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

19 Subjects Design of the first week
2 Dec 3 Dec 4 Dec 5 Dec Time Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Session 1 Conflicts, Forced Migration and Problems in Border Areas Europe Union Transnational Migration and Global Political Changes: A Comparative International Perspective Prof. Brenda Yeoh – ARI NUS Theory of Peace Prof. Johan Galtung Cooperation and Conflict in Border Areas Prof. Tulus Warsito Session 2 Movie Discussion on Conflict and Forced Migration Working Group: How to be a good Neighbor? Cases Presentation on : What is the culture of peace? 2) How do we engage with other actors to address the issue of peace ? 3) How do we examine the root causes of conflict? Group Discussion What should be our task to promote peace in border areas? What kinds of method to prevent conflict in border areas? Session 3 How to Deliver Aid in Border (Conflicting) Areas Medicine Sans Frontiere Migration, Multiculturalism and Security Issues Bilveer Singh, Ph.D. – RSiS NTU Theory of Conflicts and its Resolution Peace Building Strategy in Border Areas Group Presentation Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

20 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Subjects Design of the first week Saturday, 6th December 2014 Seminar 09.00 – | Remarks H.E Le Luong Minh – Secretary General of ASEAN 10.00 – | Panel Discussion Migration, Border and Global Peace DEEP La Trobe University, Australia Prof Martino Sardi – Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta PGPF - Malaysia Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

21 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Subjects Design of the second week 7 Dec 8 Dec 9 Des 10 Dec Time Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Breakfast and preparation Visit the Major of Bandung Municipality Asian-African Conference Museum (Gedung Merdeka) Cipanas Garut Free time Lunch Peace Generation Project on the Spot CiWalk (Shopping Center) Wrap Up and Closing Ceremony Depart to Bandung, West Java Lodaya Malam 19.45 Check-in Hotel Back to Yogyakarta by Train Lodaya Malam 19.35 Farewell /Dinner Party Every group will perform 07.00 09.00 – 10.00 10.15 – 12.00 13.00 14.00 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

22 Honorable Guest Speakers
Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad Former Prime Minister of Malaysia The President of PGPF Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (TBA) President of Republic Indonesia

23 Honorable Guest Speakers
Prof. Dr. M. Din Syamsuddin Chairperson, Central Board of Muhammadiyah Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 H.E. Le Luong Minh (TBA) Secretary General of ASEAN

24 Professors and Instructors
Prof. Johan Galtung Transcend International Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 General Tan Sri Mohd Azumi Mohamed (Rtd) Perdana Global Peace Foundation, Malaysia

25 Professors and Instructors
Prof. Martino Sardi Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Prof. Dr. Tulus Warsito, M.Si Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Prof. Brenda Yeoh ARI – National University of Singapore

26 Professors and Instructors
Hilman Latief, Ph.D. Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Bilveer Singh, Ph.D. RSiS – Nanyang Technological University

27 Venues Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Sportorium UMY
Ar Fakhruddin A & B UMY

28 Venues Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
the Major of Bandung Municipality Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Asia Africa Conference Museum

29 Accommodation for VVIP and Instructors
Tentrem Hotel for VIP Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Horison Ultima Riss Hotel for Instructors

30 Accommodation for Participants
University Residence, 30th Nov – 7th Dec and 9th-11th Dec 2014 Mahathir Global Peace School 2014 Kampung Sumber Alam Cottage, 8th-9th Dec 2014

31 Structure Advisory Board Organizing Committee International Scientific Committee Curriculum Development FGD Team/ Facilitator Instructors/ Professors & Lectures PGPF-UMY Mahathir Global Peace School Migration, Border, and Global Peace UMY, 1-10 December 2014

32 Advisory Board Honorary Board Member: Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad Dr. H.M. Yusuf Kalla Prof. Dr. M. Din Syamsuddin Tan Sri Norian Mai Prof. Dr. Bambang Cipto Board Members: Prof. Dr. A. Syafii Maarif Ir. M. Dasron Hamid, MSc. Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr. Samsudin Hitam Nafi Ananda Utama Sri Atmaja P. Rosyidi, Ph.D. Dr. Gunawan Budiyanto Dr. Suryo Pratolo Mahathir Global Peace School Migration, Border, and Global Peace UMY, 1-10 December 2014

33 International Organizing Committee
Chairperson Indira Prabasari PGPF Deputy Chairperson for internal affairs Ratih Herningtyas Treasurer Tony K Hariadi Executive Secretary Mohammad Ichsan Program Director Idham Badruzaman Deputy Program Director Omi Ongge Mahathir Global Peace School Migration, Border, and Global Peace UMY, 1-10 December 2014

34 Organizing Committee Secretariat Team Hijriyah Octaviani Erwan Sudiwijaya Yaufani Adam Harits Dwi Wiratma Carolyna Yovanty Nur Azizah Uswatun Hasanah M. Ghozy Abdussalam Atina Rosydiana Ahmad Muhammad Damas Bariek Dinda Darojatun Solihah Mahathir Global Peace School Migration, Border, and Global Peace UMY, 1-10 December 2014

35 International Scientific Committee
Chairperson: Hilman Latief, Ph.D. International Advisory Members: Prof. Johan Galtung Prof. Tulus Warsito Prof. Dr. Yunahar Ilyas Committee Members: Dr. Surwandono Martinus Sardi, Ph.D. Ali Muhammad, SIP, MA., Ph.D. Dr. Riefqi Muna Dr. Zuly Qodir Prof. Mohammad Naqib Ishan Jan Dr. Maung Zarni

36 For Participants Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Seminar Kits : Bag/Goodie Bag, Pens, Block note Lecture Materials (Hardcopy) : Lecture Summary, Paper or Handout USB (Softcopy of MGPS materials) Assignment and Discussion Book Brochure of MGPS 2014, UMY, PGPD, IDRF Program Book Certificate of Completion and Academic Transcript for School Credits in MGPS 2014 Co Card Feedback Form Mahathir Global Peace School 2014

37 Secretariat Mahathir Global Peace School 2014
Perdana Global Peace Foundation 5th Floor, No. 88, Jalan Perdana, Taman Tasek Perdana, 50480, Kuala Lumpur Tel: , Fax: Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Cooperation Bureau and International Relations Office Jalan Lingkar Selatan, Tamantirto, Bantul, Yogyakarta Indonesia Tel (188), Fax Official Website: Mahathir Global Peace School 2014


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