EVENT AGENDA — June 27, 2014
|09:00||WELCOME — Husein Kavazović, Grand Mufti of Bosnia|
|09:15||OPENING REMARKS — World War to a Global Ethic, Joel Rosenthal, President, Carnegie Council|
|09:30||KEYNOTE PRESENTATION — Margaret MacMillan, Warden, St Antony's College|
|10:15|| Religion in War and Reconciliation
George Rupp, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Council; former President, International Rescue Committee
|10:50|| Ethics and War
David Rodin, Carnegie-Uehiro Senior Fellow, Carnegie Council; Director of Research, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Oxford University
|11:10|| Legal and Moral International Norms since 1914
Adam Roberts, Emeritus Professor of International Relations, Oxford University
|11:30|| War and Reconciliation in the Twentieth-century Balkans
Ivo Banac, Emeritus Professor of History, Yale University
|13:00||PANEL DISCUSSION — Mustafa Cerić, President, World Bosniak Congress (Moderator)|
|14:00||CLOSING REMARKS — Michael Ignatieff, Carnegie Council Centennial Chair|
"I hope that conversations about World War I will not focus on competing narratives of victimhood. That would be a dead end. Let's remember victims—but let's honor memory by pointing toward a positive future."
"The venue we have selected for this occasion is the Gazi Husrev-bey Library, the oldest continuously running educational institution in Sarajevo. Founded in 1537, with its difficult history of perseverance and survival, its educational mission makes it the perfect place for recognizing Carnegie Council's long-standing commitment to education."