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January 31, 2005 - February 05, 2005

'Conflict resolution in the modern world'

HSH Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein

Chairman, Advisory Board of the International Peace Foundation, Vienna

Keynote Speaker

HSH Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein is Chairman of the Advisory Board of the International Peace Foundation in Vienna. He received his Master Degree in Computer Science and Economics at the University of Vienna where he also studied political science, systems theory, cybernetics, biology, philosophy and artificial intelligence. Since 1976 Prince Alfred is Chairman, CEO and Board Member in different companies in the field of engineering, investment, trading, banking and consulting. He is also actively involved in various not-for-profit organisations, among others, as President and Co-Founder of the Vienna Academy for the Study of the Future, Chairman of the Society of Founders of the International Peace University, Board Member of Search for Common Ground, Member of the Honorary Board of the UN-Global Youth Forum, Member of the International Academy of Science and Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science. He published the books 'Management by Evolution' and 'Internet, the Public and Democracy' and received the International Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award in 1990 in New York. HSH Prince Alfred is married to HSH Princess Raffaella of Liechtenstein.

Monday, January 31, 2005:

14:00 Keynote speech and dialogue at the National Defense College of the Royal Thai Army (not a public event)

Tuesday, February 1, 2005:

11:00 Keynote speech and dialogue at the NIST International School
(not a public event)

Thursday, Februrary 3, 2005:

18:00 Keynote Speech and dialogue at Ramkhamhaeng University

Information & free tickets: Phone 02-310-8483-9 ext.71, Fax 02-310-8490-1,

Friday, February 4, 2005:

14:00 Keynote speech and dialogue at the South-East Asia University in cooperation with The Education Society of Thailand

Information & free tickets: Phone 02-807-4500-27 ext. 180, Fax 02-807-4528,

Saturday, February 5, 2005:

16:30 Dialogue on 'Healing broken communities' hosted by the Peace and Culture Foundation (not a public event)