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Stories Exhibition of the Survivors from past conflict 1974-1999′ at the University of Peace (UNPAZ)

Date: March 19, 2020

Author: Silverio Beli-Siri Andrade da Silva

(Tetun Below)

On the 19th of March, ACbit launched our Exhibition,’Stories Exhibition of the Survivors from past conflict 1974-1999′ at the University of Peace (UNPAZ). Our event was attended from Director of ACbit Ms. Manuela Leong Pereira, Pro Rector of Internal and External Affairs of UNPAZ Mr. Luis Pereira Cardoso, Director of CNC Mr. Hugo Fernandes, all the survivors whose stories were told and also working partners. This exhibition will be visited by high school and university students. With the total 719 participants were visited the exhibition during three days. We cordially invite more people to come and visit. This activity is supported by U.S. Embassy – Dili, Timor-Leste, Misereor and Hivos.

   

Iha loron 19 Marsu, ACbit lansa Espozisaun Istória Sobrevivente Husi Konflitu Politiku 1974-1999 iha Universidade da Paz, eventu ida ne’e partisipa husi Diretora ACbit Sra. Manuela Leong Pereira, Pro Reitor Asuntu Interna no Eksterna UNPAZ Sr. Luis Pereira Cardoso, Diretor Centru Nasional Chega! (CNC) Sr. Hugo Fernandes, sobrevivente ,no mós parseiru servisu sira. Espozisaun ida ne’e vizita mós husi estudante sekundaria no universitariu sira. Partisipante hamutuk 719 mak vizita espozisaun refere durante loron 3. Atividade ida ne’e hetan apoiu husi U.S. Embassy – Dili, Timor-Leste, Misereor no Hivos.

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The saying “Chega Ba Ita” underlines our belief that the CAVR report was written based on the experiences and voices of the people, for the people. It is not a document that should be shelved and forgotten. It is a living document to be understood, debated, and re-invented for generations to come.

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