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Ethnic Relations Commission
66 Peter Rose & Anira Streets, Queenstown, Georgetown, Guyana
Tel. +592-231-6479, 231-6473,
231-6281, 231-6265
Fax: +592-231-6246

The ERC will engage in a number of different activities to promote harmony and good relations amongst the people of Guyana.

2006

July 2006 Media Conference - July 11, 2006

Culture Fest 2006
This event sponsored by the Ethnic Relations Commission will be held at the National Exhibition Complex Sophia on May 27th 2006. [More Information coming soon]

Multi-Stakeholder Forum
The ERC with the support of the UNDP is continuing the Multi-Stakeholder Forum community level conferences. A number of these conferences are scheduled:

Sunday, April 30th 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Mortice Primary School, Region 5

14:30 hrs

Belladrum Primary School, Region 5

15:00 hrs

Saturday, April 22nd 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Monkey Mountain Popular Shop, Region 8

13:00 hrs

St. Andrews Pr. Sch, Cove & John, ECD, Region 4

16:00 hrs

Beterverwagting Pr. Sch, ECD, Region 4

16:00 hrs

Friday, April 21st 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Kara Kara Primary School, Region 10

17:00 hrs

Wednesday, April 19th 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Aroaima Primary School, Region 10

17:00 hrs

 Auchlyne Primary Shool, Region 6

16:00 hrs

Saturday, April 15th 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Wakapao Primary School, Lower Pomeroon River, Essequibo

11:00 hrs

St. Monica's Mission Community Centre, Upper Pomeroon River, Essequibo

16:00 hrs

Kabakaburi Benab, Pomeroon River, Essequibo

14:00 hrs

Thursday, April 13th 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Malalai Secondary School, Upper Demerara River

11:00 hrs

Muritaro Primary School, Upper Demerara River

14:30 hrs

Saturday, April 8th 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Departure from ERC

Taymouth Manor, Essequibo

16:00 hrs

08:00 hrs

Abdulla’s Residence, Fryish, Corentyne, Berbice

16:00 hrs

09:00 hrs

Rockstone/Annarica

14:00 hrs

08:00 hrs

City Hall, Georgetown

15:00 hrs

14:00 hrs

Friendship Community High School – ECD

16:00 hrs

15:00 hrs

Hogg Island West Primary School – Hogg Island

10:00 hrs

08:00 hrs

Moraikobai Benab – Mahaicony River

10:00 hrs

05:00 hrs

Mainstay Lake Primary School - Essequibo

10:00 hrs

05:00 hrs

Mocha Primary School, East Bank Demerara

15:00 hrs

13:30 hrs

Providence Primary School, East Bank Demerara

16:00 hrs

15:00 hrs

Sunday, April 9th 2006

Venue

Conference Time

Departure from ERC

Bohemia Primary School, Corentyne, Berbice

16:00 hrs

09:00 hrs

South Ruimveldt Primary School, Georgetown

17:00 hrs

16:00 hrs

Bladen Hall Secondary School, ECD

16:00 hrs

15:00 hrs

Enterprise Primary School – ECD

16:00 hrs

15:00 hrs

Paradise Primary School – ECD

16:00 hrs

15:00 hrs

Demerara Harbour Bridge Court Yard

16:00 hrs

15:30 hrs

Zeeland Primary School – West Coast Berbice

15:00 hrs

13:00 hrs

No. 29 Primary School – West Coast Berbice

15:00 hrs

13:00 hrs

***** Media operatives desirous of covering any of these conferences can join the buses leaving the ERC Secretariat Peter Rose and Anira Streets at the above listed times.

2005

End of Year Media Conference
December 22, 2005 - Report by Ethnic Relations Commission (89 KB doc).

Conflict Transformation Workshop
Conflict Transformation Workshop - ERC Chairman addresses the audience; head table: Mr. Lachmansingh, Mr. Roelf Meyer, Ms. Christine King, and Mr. Chris SpiesApril 15, 2005 - Report on Public Forum with International Conflict Transformation facilitator Mr. Roelf Meyer. Hosted by the ERC with the support of the UNDP’s Social Cohesion Programme (29 KB doc).

2004

August Film Festival

The Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) in partnership with the multi-donor, multi- UN Agency, Social Cohesion Programme administered by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Search for Common Ground hosts a film festival from August 16-28, 2004.

The festival is aimed at introducing audiences to the types of conflict that exist around the world and strategies which were employed to overcome these conflicts and fostering discussion at the national level as it relates to overcoming the harms and injustices of the past

It is also aimed at addressing the issue of sustainable conflict transformation processes that embrace respect, trust, cohesion and a commitment towards constructive actions and a better future for Guyana and identifying constructive responses to challenges confronting Guyanese.

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