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Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

“Age of Connectivity:

“Age of Connectivity: Music As A Natural Resource … Urban Futures” High Level Forum Connecting the Dots for a Better Urban Future and Sustainable Development Thursday, 23 June 2011 United Nations Headquarters, New York - Conference Room A (North Lawn Building) 3:00 – 6:00 PM Preliminary Agenda As part of a dialogue series that began with the “Age of Connectivity: Cities, Magnet for Hope”, this High-Level Forum will address opportunities and challenges facing a rapidly urbanizing world with a Clarion Call for Action! The Forum is organized in support of the Habitat Agenda, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the priorities of the World Urban Forum. Every culture has its own music, a unique “natural resource” as diverse as the planet itself. However, unlike fresh water, coal, oil and other natural resources, music is one that remains largely untapped. The Music as a Natural Resource Initiative is using the universal language of music to serve as a tool to promote community development and peace building, promote better living conditions, including the improvement of social indicators, such as health and education. The Initiative’s unique combination of using music and ICT towards sustainable human development enables countries with similar challenges to replicate demonstrated solutions that contribute to an increased social well being on a global scale. The Forum will bring together leaders with extensive experience in public policy, business and music to explore, review and blend traditional and cutting edge tools to stimulate strategies that can be up-scaled and adapted to local cultures. The Forum is being organized by United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) and the International Council for Caring Communities, in cooperation with other UN partners, Governments, private sector, academia and civil society. 2:30 – 3:00 PM: Registration 3:00 – 6:00 PM “Age of Connectivity: Music As A Natural Resource …Urban Futures” Welcome: Ms. Cecilia Martinez, Director, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN- HABITAT) New York Office Opening Remarks: H.E. Vince Henderson, Permanent Representative of the Commonwealth of Dominica to the United Nations (invited) Chair: Ms. Cecilia Martinez, Director, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN- HABITAT) New York Office 218

Interactive Session I: Success Stories that address Social and Economic Issues Moderator: Mr. Denis Gilhooly, Executive Director, Digital He@lth Initiative, Co-Secretary, Broadband Commission for Digital Development Community Radio Asia Region: Mr. John Kent, Founder, Community Development Through Investment 10,000 Architects, Youth Program: Professor Jan Wampler, Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) La Fete de la Musique Programme: Speaker (tbc) Interactive Session II: Imagining the Possible: Music and ICT as MDG solutions Tribute to Dr. Mathew Lee, Former Director and Chair, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation, New York University Medical Center : Dr. Bryan O’Young, Clinical associate professor of rehabilitation medicine at the New York University School of Medicine and attending physician at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. Moderators: Compendium Co-Editors Professor Barbara Hesser, Music Therapy Department, New York University and Dr. Harry Heinemann, Special Projects Coordinator, International Council for Caring Communities,(ICCC) Overview Projects from the “Music As A Natural Resource: Solutions for Social and Economic Issues” Compendium Using Music to Connect Communities, Bridge Divides and heal the Wounds of War: Ms. Laura Hassler, Director, Musicians Without Borders Music for Social Change: An OAS Program in Haiti, St. Lucia and Jamaica: Mr. Mariano Vales, Music Program Coordinator, Organization of American States Field Band Foundation: Developing Life skills in youth through music for eradicating poverty and promoting development. South Africa: Dr. Cathy Benedict, Assistant Professor of Music Education, Florida International University & Dr. Patrick Schmidt, Associate Professor of Music Education at the Westminster Choir College of Rider University Baltic Street Band, Community Music with Mentally Ill Musicians: Dr. Peter Jampel, New York University Dialogue: Leapfrog Technology Surprise! Interactive Session III: “Call for Action”: Next Steps Recommendations for the World Urban Forum In Country Compendium out-reach: Focal Points: China, Ghana, Latin America and Caribbean, Turkey Closing Remarks: Professor Dianne Davis, Founding President International Council for Caring Communities ICCC Ms. Cecilia Martinez, Director, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) New York Office 219

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    and Neurological Foundation in reco

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    INTRODUCTORY STATEMENTS Excellencie

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    Those of us in the music industry,

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    The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundatio

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    Millennium Development Goals The Mi

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    The Music Therapy Trust Nepal is se

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