C o m m o n w e a l t h
A s s o c i a t i o n o f
M u s e u m s
MUSEUMS, PEACE, DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE IN THE 21st CENTURY
Commonwealth Association of Museums Triennial Conference, Barbados, May 5-12, 1999.
Here is a list of papers in pdf format presented in the conference:
Sir Shridath Ramphal, Former Secretary General of the Commonwealth Patron of the Commonwealth Association of Museums.
“Museums, Peace, Democracy and Governance in the 21st Century”
Conference Programme: here
Message from His Excellency Chief Emeka Anyaoku Commonwealth Secretary General: here
Emmanuel Nnakenyi Arinze, Nigeria, President, Commonwealth Association of Museums Opening Address
Emmanuel Nnakenyi Arinze, Nigeria, President, Commonwealth Association of Museums Opening Address.
“The Role of the Museum in Society”
Terry Nyambe, Assistant keeper of Ichthyology, Livingstone Museum, Livingstone, Zambia.
“PROMOTION OF INTANGIBLE HERITAGE IN THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE AT THE LIVINGSTONE MUSEUM, ZAMBIA”
Elo Amucheazi, Director-General, National Orientation Agency, Nigeria
“Democratic Governance and Sustainable Peace and Stability in Nigeria”
Gordon Metz, South Africa.
“Building on a Heritage of Struggle: Museums and Monuments for a Democratic South Africa”
Ivan Murambiwa, Mutare Museum, Zimbabwe.
“Reconciling the Museum with its Stakeholders: Mutare Museum’s Challenge”
Mubiana Luhila, Livingstone Museum, Zambia.
“Creating Peace Through the Promotion of Intercultural Understanding and Tolerance: The Role of Museums”
Nakiso Kubanji, National Museum, Monuments and Art Gallery, Botswana.
“Museums and Good Governance: The Case of the Mobile Museum Service in Botswana”
Rodney J. Reynolds, Barbados Gallery of Art.
“Museums, Democracy and Peace: A Conceptual Approach to Museum Operation”
Lois Irvine, CAM Secretary General, Canada.
“Introduction to the Theme: Museums, Peace, Democracy and Governance in the 21st Century”
Leslie G. Atherley, former Director of Culture of Peace Programme, UNESCO, Barbados.
“UNESCO and the Culture of Peace: Towards a Global Movement for Peace and Non Violence”
Martin Segger, Director, University of Victoria Art Collections, Canada. “Museology of Reconciliation”: Theme of the Revived Dubrovnik Course Organised by the Universities of Victoria (Canada) and Zagreb (Croatia)”
Billie A. Miller, M.P., Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Barbados.
Anne McDonald, National Gallery of Australia.
"THE MUSEUM AS A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE: THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA"
Dermot Francis, Tower Museum Heritage and Museum Service of Derry
City Council, Northern.
"MUSEUMS AND A DIVIDED SOCIETY: A NORTHERN IRISH CASE STUDY"
James Maikweki & George O. Abungu, National Museums of Kenya, Nairobi.
"THE ROLE OF MUSEUMS IN BUILDING A PEACEFUL SOCIETY"
Duncan Ferguson Cameron, Former President of CAM, Canada.
"THE MUSEUM AS THE CONSCIENCE OF POWER"
Terence R. Dormer, NGO Desk Officer, The Commonwealth Secretariat, U.K.
"PEACE, DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNANCE: THE ROLE OF THE MODERN COMMONWEALTH"
Uzoma C. Nwosu, Institute of Archaeology and Museum Studies, Nigeria.
"MUSEUMS AND THE PROMOTION OF PEACEFUL COEXISTANCE AND DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE: CHALLENGES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY"
Patrick Y. Bulenzi, Former Senior Programme Officer at UNESCO, Paris.
"MUSEUMS,PEACE,DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE IN THE 21ST CENTURY"
Penelope Hynam Roach, Executive Director, Barbados National Trust, Barbados.
"TYROL COT MUSEUM AND HERITAGE VILLAGE: PRIVATE HOME AND NATIONAL SYMBOL"