Programme

Conference Format

The conference is organized into four types of gathering:

  1. Plenary session features 20-30 minute presentations of the conference keynote speaker and thematic keynote speakers.
  2. Parallel sessions, corresponding to the three themes, are held after the plenary session. Each session speakers are given 20 minutes for presentations and 10 minutes to address clarification questions. Time is also allotted for the Chair to provide a synthesis to wrap up the session..
  3. Parallel workshops are held after the plenary sessions. Participants are assigned into three groups corresponding to each theme. Guide questions are provided to aid participants in coming up with lessons learned and recommendations that impact academic research direction as well as practical collaborative actions. .
  4. A wrap up plenary session is organized to present results from the parallel workshops and a conference synthesis.

 

 

PROGRAMME

TUESDAY, 20 MAY 2014

1400-1700

Arrival of participants at Malaybalay City, Bukidnon

Guests are booked at Pine Hills Hotel. 1530h – Refreshments and snacks are served

1700-1730

Registration

1730-1845

Opening ceremony

Introduction and welcome addresses

Emcee: Ms. Ana Rosa Carmona

1730-1745

Convocation and National Anthems

1745-1800

Mayor Ignacio W. Zubiri

City Mayor, Malaybalay-Bukidnon

1800-1815

Prof. Laurent Bock (Dr. Francoise Orban to read Prof. Bock’s message)

CuD-EPaM Project Lead

1815-1830

José Ignacio Garcia SJ

Ecology Coordinator, Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN)

1830-1845

Ms. Sylvia Miclat

Executive Director, Environmental Science for Social Change (ESSC)

1900-2200

Welcome Dinner

WEDNESDAY, 21 MAY 2014

0630-0730

Breakfast

0800-0830

Travel of Jesuit Retreat House guests to Pine Hills Hotel

0830-1230

PLENARY SESSION

Emcee: Ms. Ana Rosa Carmona

0830-0845

Convocation

 

0845-0900

Welcome and introduction to Conference Keynote Speaker

Mr. Andres Ignacio

Director for Planning and Geomatics, ESSC

0900-0930

Keynote Speaker

Mr. Andreas Carlgren

Newman Institute

0930-1000

Discussion: Q & A

Moderator: Mr. Andres Ignacio

1000-1030

Morning Tea/Coffee

1030-1045

Introduction to Theme Keynote Speakers

Benny Juliawan SJ PhD

Social Apostolate Coordinator in Asia Pacific

1045-1105

Theme 1: Sustainability Science

Prof. Jean-Marie Baland PhD

1105-1125

Theme 2: Local Wisdom, Risk Resilience and Adaptation

Pedro Walpole SJ PhD

1125-1145

Theme 3: Youth and Values Formation

Ms. Sylvia Miclat

1145-1230

Open Forum

Moderator: Benny Juliawan SJ PhD

1230-1400

Lunch

1400-1530

PLENARY SESSION

1400-1415

Reflections from field visits

Moderator: Ms. Rowena Soriaga

1415-1430

Group 1

1430-1445

Group 2

1445-1500

Group 3

1500-1530

Open Forum and Discussion

Moderator: Ms. Rowena Soriaga

1530-1600

Afternoon Tea/Coffee

1600-1800

PARALLEL SESSION

Theme 1: Chair

José Ignacio Garcia SJ

Theme 2: Chair

Mr. Andreas Carlgren

Theme 3: Chair

Ms. Julie Edwards

Co-Chair

Ms. Rowena Soriaga

Co-Chair

Mr. Andres Ignacio

Co-Chair

Ms. Sylvia Miclat

Documentation

Ms. Mariel de Jesus

Mr. Saptarishi Bandopadhyay

Documentation

Ms. Dallay Annawi

Mr. Joseph Labrador

Documentation

Ms. Mitchiko Aljas

Mr. Arnel Santander

1600-1615

Session Introduction

WATER RESEARCH AND GOVERNANCE

LAND AND WATER RESEARCH

CASE STUDIES

1615-1645

Prof. Vincent Hallet PhD

Groundwater investigation, assessment and production of small volcanic islands: a solution for small isolated communities subjected to severe shortages

Engr. Dexter Lo

Even without the storm: the XU-DRRM story

Ms. Jennie Hickey

Youth and values education: an Australian Jesuit education case study

1645-1715

Xavier Savarimuthu SJ PhD

Water sustainability issues for India with its social and ecological impacts

Mr. Joseph Labrador

A Method on Village-level Disaster Risk Assessment: Empowering Communities Towards Resilience Building

Christian Ndoki SJ

Learning to translate values into the language of youth

1715-1745

Gabriel Lamug-Nanawa SJ

A Study of Transboundary Water Management Issues in Hou Sahong, Mekong River

Ms. Taka Nurdiana Gani

Local Wisdom in DRR and Peace Building Project Implementation

Mr. Arnel Santander

Tuen hu Uyag: Learning and Living

1745-1800

Session Summary

1830-2000

Dinner

THURSDAY, 22 MAY 2014

0630-0730

Breakfast

0730-0800

Travel of Jesuit Retreat House guests to Pine Hills Hotel

0800-1230

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Theme 1: Chair

José Ignacio Gacria SJ

Theme 2: Chair

Mr. Andreas Carlgren

Theme 3: Chair

Ms. Julie Edwards

0800-0815

Session Introduction

LAND RESEARCH AND GOVERNANCE

LAND AND WATER GOVERNANCE

VALUES FORMATION

0815-0845

Mr. Eric Bruno

Factors Affecting the Engagement of Community ForestEnterprises in Timber Commercialization

Mayor Henry Afable

Local Government Disaster Management and Response in Maydolong, Eastern Samar: From Preparedness to Recovery

Prof. Stéphane Leyens PhD

Development, Values and Youth: some theoretical and practical considerations

0845-0915

Daniel McNamara SJ PhD

Black Carbon

Mr. Emmanuel Sambale

Participatory mapping and LGU decision support tools for Disaster Risk Reduction

 

Ms. Julie Edwards

Youth and Values

0915-0945

Ms. Guadalupe Calalang PhD Candidate

A regional soil reference system for fertility assessment and monitoring for highland soils in Mindanao, Philippines

Arch. Villa Mae Libutaque

Strengthening Community-led Shelter Initiatives and Local Governance to Address Housing Needs of Informal Settler Families

0945-1000

Session Summary

1000-1030

Morning Tea/Coffee

1030-1045

Session Introduction

SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE AND CONCEPT

METHODS AND RESEARCH

METHODS AND RESEARCH

1045-1115

Lourdes Simpol PhD

Societal interaction of science and technology in Mindanao

Wendy Clavano PhD

Rainfall hazard and flood risk in the Cagayan River watershed: Understanding volume, intensity and accumulation to reduce disaster risk

Prof. Grace Cruz PhD

Values, Attitudes and Behaviors of the Filipino Youth: Evidence from the Young Adult Fertility and Sexuality Studies

1115-1145

Ms. Bronwyn Lay PhD Candidate

Recognising material violence- a silent solution to transformative governance: sustainability science and its relationship to law

Prof. Sabine Henry PhD

Benefits of international migrations for socio-ecological resilience of rural households in the home country

Eric Velandria SJ PhD

Xavier University School of Education: Youth and Values Formation

1145-1215

Craig Hutton PhD

The role of integrated socio-environmental modeling in policy support: case studies in tropical deltas

Mr. Andres Ignacio PhD Candidate

Assessing the efficacy of social vulnerability measurements through the impacts of disasters

1215-1230

Session Summary

1230-1400

Lunch

1400-1700

PARALLEL WORKSHOPS

Learning

What are the contexts in which we want to do research about sustainability science?

What research questions are the academic and research community formulating to improve our critical understanding of disaster risk reduction?

What research questions should be formulated that can enable youth to face the challenges of social and environmental sustainability?

Creating capacities

How do we mainstream the concepts, tools and analytical methods for sustainability science in local governance?

How can civil society help line agencies and local governments improve coordination for disaster risk reduction?

How can we mainstream youth engagement in land and water governance?

Accompanying

How do we improve the linkages among people coming from the various research and academic disciplines to mainstream sustainability science?

How can land and water governance/ research be improved to respond to disaster risks?

How can we improve youth communications and linkages for greater socio-environmental understanding?

Networking and Collaboration

Who can work together to promote approaches and how? (Collaboration and advocacy)

1700-1800

Team meeting

 

1830-2000

Dinner

FRIDAY, 23 MAY 2014

0630-0730

Breakfast

0730-0800

Travel of Jesuit Retreat House guests to Pine Hills Hotel

0800-1230

PLENARY SESSION

0800-0815

Transformative Land and Water Governance Workshop Outputs

Moderator Ms. Julie Edwards

0815-0830

Summary presentation: Theme1

0830-0845

Summary presentation: Theme2

0845-0900

Summary presentation: Theme3

0900-0930

Open Forum

Moderator: Ms. Julie Edwards

0930-1030

Networking for future collaborative engagements

Moderator: Ms. Sylvia Miclat

1030-1100

Morning Tea/Coffee

1100-1130

Synthesis

Pedro Walpole SJ PhD

1130-1200

Closing Remarks

Prof. Sabine Henry PhD

1200-1400

Lunch

Checkout of participants

Travel to Bendum for Jesuits and collaborators gathering

 

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