Content IHEYO Conference
for peace and social justice'
This conference is a follow up to the earlier conferences held in the Netherlands
(2002) and in Germany (2003). It is the first of its kind in Africa since
the commencement of global youth humanism in the 1960s. It promises to be
exciting, educating, fun-filled and memorable as the previous ones in Europe!
KAMPALA 2004 will bring together between 70-100 youth from all around the
world. The conference is for young persons between 15 and 35 years, especially
humanists and Human Right activists.
The IHEYO-UHASSO KAMPALA 2004 will focus on humanist education, leadership
training, peace and social justice. These and related topics will be addressed
in workshops and keynote speeches, in training and discussions on concrete
projects. And there will be social and cultural activities, a peace rally
and visits to local projects. At the last day on 24 of May, the IHEYO General
Assembly will be held.
and affiliated minded Human rights activists are invited to propose papers,
demonstrations for the conference. Click here
for more information.
IHEU and AHA events
Next to the IHEYO Conference, several other humanist activities are organized
*24 May General Assembly of Uganda Humanist Association (UHASSO)
*25-26 May IHEU Sponsored Conference about Humanist Visions for Africa
with the formal launch of the African Humanist Alliance (AHA).
*27-28 May IHEU General Assembly (only for IHEU member organisations
and individual supporters).
that are interested in the IHEU sponsored Conference about Humanist Visions
for Africa can register through the IHEYO-UHASSO Application Form. We as organizers
can arrange accommodation for you during this conference, but we are not able
to bear these accommodation costs.
Purpose of IHEYO-UHASSO KAMPALA 2004
The aims of the Conference are:
- Provide an
opportunity for young humanists from around the world to meet and share
their ideas in relation to global peace and social justice.
- Give youth
humanist organizations the possibility to develop new initiatives together
with the possible support of IHEYO.
- Draw attention
to the inequality of global wealth and emphasize the need for tolerance
i.e. the need for humanist thought in the world.
- Develop humanist
thinking on the international youth level.
the organizing of the African Humanist youth movement
- Take a next
step in IHEYOs development as formal organization by having our second
- Provide training
on leadership, organizing and humanist education training.
For further information, contact the Conference Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or IHEYO President: email@example.com