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Diane Ferris
Director, International Education

Seibert Humanities Building
Room 100
Eckerd College
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

internationaled@eckerd.edu
727-864-8381

International Education

International Education

Global Studies at The United Nations 2005

Combatting Terrorism and Protecting Human Rights
Schedule of Briefings
January 4- 19, 2005

Professor William Felice and Professor Greg Moore

Tuesday, January 4

After you arrive in NYC, check into the Eastgate Towers. Call Professor Felice’s room and leave a message that you arrived safely.

Tuesday, May 25
Check in to Hotel Drake

5:30 pm Meet in the lobby of the Eastgate Towers Hotel
6:45 pm Group Dinner - Byblos Restaurant (Middle Eastern)
200 East 39th Street (at 3rd Avenue)
212-687-0808

Introduction to the United Nations

Wednesday, January 5   

8:15 am Depart hotel for the United Nations Building
9:00 am Apply for Security Clearance
10:00 am Overview of the UN and International Relations: Professor Felice
(at the Presbyterian UN Office)
11:00 am Introduction to Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) and the work of the Presbyterian UN Office
Speaker: Jennifer Butler, PUNO Director
12:30 pm Lunch
1:30 pm UN Tour
Contact:
Ms. Way Gomez, Visitor Services
212-963-7710
3:00 pm Development of a Comprehensive Legal Framework of Conventions Against International Terrorism
Speaker: Serguei Tarassenko

Thursday, January 6

8:30 am Depart for PUNO
10:00 am The US and the UN: Terrorism, Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Office of the US Mission
140 East 45th Street, 8th Floor
Contact:
Millie Meyers
212-415-4085
Noon Lunch
1:30 pm The Al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee
Speaker: Ulrik Mollerup
3:00 pm The Counter-Terrorism Committee of the UN Security Council
Speaker: Xavier Sola

Friday, January 7

8:30 am Depart for PUNO
10:00 am UNA-USA Preventing Terrorism: International Criminal Court Offices of the UNA-USA
801 Second Avenue
(between 42nd and 43rd Streets)
Speaker:
Lawrence Woocher
Noon Lunch
1:30 pm Museum of Modern Art for tour to begin at 1:50 pm

Monday, January 10

8:30 am Briefing - Hotel Conference Room
10:00 am The UK and the UN: Terrorism, Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Office of the UK Mission to the UN
1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
885 Second Avenue
(between 47th and 48th Streets)
Noon Lunch
2:00 pm The UN in the New Millennium
Speaker: Patricia Seghers
4:00 pm The Role of the Secretary General

Tuesday, January 11

8:30 am Briefing - Hotel Conference Room
10:00 am China and the UN: Terrorism, Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Speaker: Miss Yan
China Mission
350 East 35th Street, NYC
Noon Lunch
2:00 pm Russia and the UN: Terrorism, Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Speaker: Alexander Ilchenko
4:00 pm Good Governance, Millennium Declaration, and Ethics
Speaker: Demetrios Agriadis

Wednesday, January 12

8:30 am Briefing - Hotel Conference Room
9:00 am Evaluating the Role of the UN Security Council and Combatting Terrorism
Professor Felice
10:00 am Iran and Weapons of Mass Destruction, IAEA
Professor Moore
11:00 am The UK and The UN - Briefing #2
(see Monday, January 10)
Noon Lunch
2:00 pm The Situation in Iraq
Speaker: Ms. Mona Khalil
4:00 pm The UN and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Speaker: Kerstin Bihlmaier

Thursday, January 13

8:30 am Briefing - Hotel Conference Room
10:00 am The Palestinian View: The UN and the Middle East
Speaker: Councilor Feda Abdelhady Nasser
Noon Lunch
2:00 pm The Israeli View: The UN and the Middle East

Friday, January 14

8:30 am Briefing - Hotel Conference Room
10:00 am The Work of the UN in the Middle East
Speaker: Hamid Abdeljaber
11:00 am The UN Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People
Speaker: Vladimir Shveister
Noon Lunch
2:00 pm Security Council Reform
Speaker: Sebastian Einsiedel
4:00 pm Metropolitan Museum of Art
(optional for students)

Monday, January 17
(Martin Luther King Day)

8:30 am Briefing - Hotel Conference Room
10:00 am The Situation in Sudan
Speaker: Oliver Ulich
Noon Lunch
2:00 pm Conflict Resolution
Speaker: Jose Campino

Tuesday, January 18

8:30 am

Briefing - Hotel Conference Room

10:00 am

The Convention on the Rights of the Child
UNICEF
Three UN Plaza

Noon

Lunch

2:00 pm

Final Review and Closing Discussion Evaluation
Hotel Conference Room

6:30 pm

Farewell Dinner - Cafe Espanol
172 Bleecker Street, NYC
212-505-0657

Wednesday, January 19

Travel Day - check out by 11 am

Important Information

All briefings will be held at the United Nations unless otherwise indicated.

Eastgate Towers Hotel
222 East 39th Street
New York, New York 10016-4743
212-687-8000
212-490-2634

Presbyterian UN Office (PUNO)
777 United Nations Plaza
NewYork, New York 10017
212-697-4568

Professor Bill Felice
Cell Phone: 727-421-4875

Eckerd College
800-456-9009

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