Thursday, November 3, 2011


Philosophy in East Africa Conference:

The Ethos of Peace and People Centered Development

Venue: Blue Pearl Hotel –Ubungo Plaza Morogoro Road,Ubungo

Time: Thursday 17th - Friday 18th November, 2011. 9.00 am-6.00 pm

Coinciding with marking of UNESCO World Philosophy Day

Organized by Philosophy Association of Tanzania(PHATA)

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) Office in Dar es Salaam

PhilosophyUnit, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Thursday 17th November 2011

8.00-8.30 Registration & Assembling at the Conference Hall

8.50-9.00 Conference opening

9.00-9.05 Introduction of Participants

PHATA Chairperson/Rahma Bajun

9.06-9.11 Opening Remarks

Patron PHATA Dr. Azaveli Lwaitama, UDSM

9.12-9. 17 Welcoming Words

Head Philosophy Unit Dr. Masoud Nassor, UDSM

9.18-9.23 Addresses From Supporter

Stefan Chrobot, Resident Director, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), DSM

9.24-9.29 Celebrating UNESCO World Philosophy Day

Representative of the Director of UNESCO cluster office, DSM

Ethos – State and Peace

9.30-9.45 Keynote Address

Shared Ethos and Peace – State Responsibility

Dr. Edward Hosea, PCCB

Chair: Dr. Francis Owakah, University of Nairobi

9.46-10.30 Open Discussion

10.30-11.15 Tea Break & Group Photo

Chair: Musa Mkamate & Yusuph Hatib Madudu

Kamanda wa Polisi Kinondoni

11.16-11.31 Obedience of the Law without Force-Campaign,

Chair: Alex Manonga

11.32-11.50. Extra judicial Killing In Tanzania…Failure of state Ethos or What?

Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC)

11.51-12.50 Open Discussion

Chair: Dr. Lwaitama

12.51-13. 30 Lunch

Afternoon Session Identity-Ethics and Development.

Chair: Musa Mkamate & Yusuph Hatib Madudu

13.35 -13-50 Communal Conciousness and self Conciousness

Dr. Jasson Ishengoma

13.51-14.40. Open Discussion

14.41 - 15.05 Ego-Identity-Ethics and Paece

15.06-15.50. Open Discusion

Chair: Dr. Masoud Nassor, UDSM

15.51-16.30 Panel Discussion

Peace and People Centered Development

Mr. Tumainimungu Pete
Mr. Lyakurwa
Mr. Aly Hamis
Mr. Jackson Coy
Mr. Francis August

16.30-17.15 Open Discussion

Chair: Dr. Jason Ishengoma

17.30. Closing remarks, End of day 1.

Evening Tea

Friday, 18th November- East Africa Federation, Ethics & Development

8.00-8.50 Registration & Assembling

8.50-8.59 Welcoming & Introducing the Day’s activities.

09.00-09.15 Children and Ethics:

Jordan University College.

Iringa University College

Muslim University of Morogoro

State University of Zanzibar

9.15-10.00 Open Discussion

Chair: Mr. Tumainimungu Peter

10.00-10.40 Tea Break

10.40-12.00 Language-Ethics-Development


Ruaha University college

Dodoma University

Chair: Dr. Mihanjo

12.00-13.00 Entrepreneurship and Ethics

Dr. Masoud Nassor

Dr. Sirku

Muhimbili University

*Kenyatta University

*Nairobi University

* Makerere University

*Burundi University

*State University of Rwanda

*Depends on their presence.

13.00-13.45 Lunch

13.46 –13.51 Closing Remarks for the Third Philosophy East Africa Conference

Chair: Dr.Mihanjo

13.52-16.59. PHATA Annual Conference

Chair: Mr. Alex Manonga.

17.00-17.09 Summarizing the meeting

Secretary of PHATA: Mrs. Immaculate Dominic

17.10-17.14 Closing the meeting

Chair: Alex Manonga

17.15. Evening Tea


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