Outspoken and charismatic Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Bishop Desmond Tutu is scheduled to speak at a Global Healing Conference in Bali December 4-8, 2004.
The Conference, organized by Cross Cultural Journeys, will be held in Ubud with conference activities centered at the ARMA museum complex, operated by Agung Rai.
In addition to Rev. Tutu, the 5-day conference will feature a number of well known international speakers, Balinese academics, artists and musicians. Organizers have dubbed the conference a "gathering of global citizens and innovative thinkers in a quest towards a more collaborative, peaceful and sustainable future for humankind and the planet."
Reverend Tutu is the former Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa. In addition to winning the Nobel Prize in 1984 for leading the non-violent struggle against apartheid he served as the Chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Press reports estimate 600 delegates are expected to attend the international event.
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