2012 Video Archive

The keynote addresses from the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Forum are listed below. Visit our Vimeo page for a complete library of all video clips. 

Business Day- March 1, 2012
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Alf Bjorseth, Chairman of SCATEC AS (Norway)
Keynote presentation:  ”Renewable Energy: The Business of Renewing Peace and Stability”

Steven B Young, JD, Global Executive Director of the Caux Round Table (USA)
Panel discussion:  ”Globalization and the Price of Peace”

Sakumzi “Saki” Macozoma, Business Leader and former member of South African Parliament (South Africa)
Keynote presentation:  ”Business and the Price of Peace in Post-apartheid South Africa”

 

 

 

Festival- March 2, 2012
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Andrew Slack, Executive Director of the Harry Potter Alliance (USA)
Opening session presentation

F.W. de Klerk, Former President of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (South Africa)
Opening session presentation

Dessa, Nationally known rapper and writer (USA)
Closing session presentation

 

 

Education Day- March 2, 2012
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Joe Cavanaugh, Founder and CEO of Youth Frontiers (USA)
Keynote presentation:  ”Hitting the Pause Button on Our Lives”

Andrew Slack, Executive Director of the Harry Potter Alliance (USA)
Keynote presentation:  ”Harry Potter and the Power to Change”

 

 

Ethics & Hip Hop- March 2, 2012 
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Dessa, Hip Hop artist and writer (USA)
Keynote presentation:  ”Mic Lines: Art, Ethics, and their Contested Connections”

Chris Roberts, MPR & Dessa, Nationally known rapper and writer (USA)
Discussion and Q & A session

 

 

Global Studies Day – March 3

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F.W. de Klerk, Former President of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (South Africa)
Keynote presentation:  ”Making the Right Decisions in an Unpredictable World”

 

Aung San Suu Kyi, Human rights advocate and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (Burma)
Video Address

Naomi Tutu, Human rights advocate (USA)
Call-to-Action address:  ”The Price of Peace We Are All Called to Pay”

Augustana College Choir (USA)
Performance of commissioned piece:  ”Across a Border” by Jocelyn Hagen