The speaker for Amos Day 2009 on Saturday 26th September will be Tom Hewitt, founder of Amos partner, Umthombo Street Children in Durban. Tom will be speaking on how Umthmobo are trying to create a safe space for Durban's street children and how the former street children have inspired the inaugural Street Child Wold Cup in March 2010.
The afternoon session at Amos Day will include updates from our other projects around the world, as well as a time of reflection.
If you would like to attend Amos Day, please contact George at the Amos Office
Please note lunch from palestinian caterers Maramia can be provided at a cost of £6.00 per person, however lunch bookings must be made in advance with the Amos office.
The day starts at 10.15am and ends at 3.45pm.
he afternoon session at Amos Day will include updates from our other projects around the world including information on the Just Peace for Palestine initiative, as well as a time of reflection.
If you would like to attend Amos Day, please contact George at the Amos Office to book a place. Please note lunch is provided at a cost of £6.00 per person, but must be booked in advance
The day will run as follows:
10.15am Coffee and welcome
10.40am Street children, God's image - meditation, prayers and songs from Garth Hewitt
11.20am Tom Hewitt - Creating Safe Space for Durban's street children
12.30am Jenny Dawkins - Street Child World Cup, winning rights.
1 - 1.45pm Palestinian lunch
2pm Garth Hewitt - Just Peace for Palestine
2.45pm Chris Rose - 2010, 25 years of proclaiming hope for the forgotten
3.15pm Poets of Nicaragua - a Solentiname reflection
3.45pm Close and depart