In the public presentations organized around the 2013 mural workshop we propose learning, debating and reflecting on values such as: memory, human rights, social justice, the future, pluralism, empathy, social harmony, etc. Beginning with the events that took place on March 3rd, the events that followed and the historic relevance and impact were discussed and debated.
All the participants in the mural workshop attended the presentations, as well as the general public.
MEMORY WORKSHOP: " March 3rd: from strike to massacre"
Guided tour throught the Zaramaga neighborhood led by the Association of Victims and Victims Families. IN addition activist from the Union movements of 1976 describe first hand and in situ, the events that led up to and that followed the massacre. The visit will be followed by the projection of a short documentary.
Moderated by the writer and journalist Juan Ibarrondo
A virtual tour through the murals of Northern Ireland from the past to the present. Given by Bill Rolston, Professor of Sociology and the Institute for Transitional Justice of the University of Belfast. Prof. Rollston is an expert in the origins and development of the decades long history of mural painting in Ireland during the conflict. He is also the author of several books on the topic.
Bakeola, a center for mediation and conflict resolution, guides us through activities with the following objectives: