Fifth International Seminar on Debt and Law

agenda

18 August 2005


3 days, 3 issues
-  The United Nations 1986 Declaration on the Right to Development and how to implement it
-  Auditing the debt
-  How to make the international financial institutions legally accountable and how to control them

Dates : from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th of October

Venue : Brussels, congress room of the Belgian Senate on 7 and 8 October. On Sunday 9 the venue will again be the premises of the World Confederation of Labour, rue de Trèves.
The day on auditing the Debt is coorganized by CADTM and Cetim (Switzerland)


-  DAY 1. The United Nations 1986 Declaration on the Right to Development and how to implement it
Friday 7 october 2005

— Robert Charvin (University Nice - France)

— Malik Ozden (Cetim, Geneva)

— Halidou OUEDRAOGO (Jurist, Burkenese movement of human rights and peoples MBDHP, Burkina Faso)

— Camille Chalmers (Plate-forme haïtienne de plaidoyer pour un développement alternatif -PAPDA - Haïti)

— Francine Mestrum (ATTAC Flanders)

— Isabelle Hoferlin (Director - Human rights and international labour standards, World Confederation of Labour)

Reporters: Virginie de Romanet and Guillermo Garcia (CADTM Belgium)

-  Day II. Auditing the debt
Saturday 8 october 2005

— Member of the Parliament Dra Clair, Brazil

— Member of the Parliament Edcel Lagman, Philippines

— Member of the Parliament Mario Joyo Aguja, Philippines

— Senator Pierre Galand (Belgium)

— Benjamin Castello (Jubilee 2000, Angola)

— Hugo Ruiz Diaz Balbuena (jurist, CADTM)

Reporters: Alex Wilks (Eurodad) and Julie Duchâtel (CETIM)

-  Day III. How to make the international financial institutions legally accountable and how to control them
Sunday 9 october 2005

— Alejandro Teitelbaum (American Association of
Jurists (AAJ) , Argentina)

— MP Gyose (President Jubilee South Africa)

— Damien MILLET (CADTM France)

— Rémy NGOY LUMBU and Victor NZUZI (DR Congo)

— Lidy Nacpil (Freedom From Debt Coalition - Jubilee South, Philippines)

— Eric Toussaint (CADTM Belgium)

Reporters: Claude Quémar (CADTM France) et Marta Ruiz (CNCD 11-11-11)

- Day IV. Hearing of several guests of CADTM by the Commission on Globalisation of the Belgian Parliament
Date : Monday 10 October at 2 pm
Venue : Belgian Parliament, Brussels


Working languages: French/English/Spanish (simultaneous translation)

Registration fee for the three day seminar (*):

North: 66 Euros (or 22,00€ per person per day). Students, unemployed: 45,00 Euros (or 15,00 Euros per person per day).
South: 33,00 Euros.

This includes simultaneous translation into the working languages, three meals per day and accommodation in double rooms.

Registration fee for the three day seminar without bed/breakfast/dinner: 9,00 Euro per day per person.
Students, unemployed: 6,00 Euros per day per person.

Please respond by 23rd september 2005 to virginie at cadtm.org and olivier at cadtm.org.

Please also note that more information on logistics and administrative matters will be sent to you once we will confirm your attendance. We cannot afford transport cost.




Translation(s)

CADTM

COMMITTEE FOR THE ABOLITION OF ILLEGITIMATE DEBT

8 rue Jonfosse
4000 - Liège- Belgique

00324 60 97 96 80
info@cadtm.org

cadtm.org