5th NCOI – Part 2 (Malaysia Day)


(Past Event – This webpage is for information/archival Purposes Only)

Schedule for 5th National Congress on Integrity 16th September 2010
at Examination Hall, South Wing, UCSI University, Cheras, KL – Past Event
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8.30-9.00 am Registration and Arrival of Participants
8.45 am Arrival of Invited Guests and Dignitaries
9.00 am Arrival and Keynote Address by VIP
9.10 am Singing of National Anthem
  Launch of Malaysia Day song “We R Malaysia”
  Keynote Address by Senator Dato Seri Idris Jala on Celebrating Diversity in Malaysia
10.00 am Tea Break and Departure of invited VIP
10.30 am   Keynote of Theme by Datuk Azzat Kamaludin and Justice Datuk Seri Sri Ram Gopal, former
   Federal Court Judge on National Integration with Constitutional Integrity 
11.30 am Responses by 7 representatives (4 minutes each) from all Religious Communities in Malaysia
12.00 pm Roundtable Dialogue by delegates and adoption of Anti-Racism Code of Conduct Guidelines
1.00 pm Selected Roundtable Reports and Adoption of Guidelines
1.30pm Lunch and Prayer break
2.15pm     Break into 3 parallel tracks of key issues for consideration
  • Education as a Framework for National Unity;
    Moderator: Prof Shamsul Amri, 

    Speakers: Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Dr Abdul Rahman Arshad and Dr Wong Chin Huat
  • Political Culture and Leadership for National Unity;
    Moderator: Dato Ambiga Sreenevasan, 

     Dato Zaid Ibrahim and YB Hannah Yeoh
  • National Unity through Religion, Law and Shared Values;
    Moderator: Assoc Prof Azmi Sharom,
    Speakers: YB Dr Dzulkifli Ahmad and Datuk Dr Denison Jaysooria
  Introduction of Speakers by Moderator
Two speakers at 25 minutes each
Q&A and Roundtable Dialogue
4.00-4.15 pm Tea break
4.30-5.30 pm Plenary Session with feedback and views by Moderators of Dialogue
5.30-6.00 pm Summing Up by Chief Moderator and views by Independent Observers
  (Dato Noor Rezan Bapoo, Sdr Philip Chua, Sdr Anis Yusal Yusuf, Dr Beth BaikanDr Farouk Musa,
  Dr John Ridgway)