Posted: Monday, March 25, 2019. 9:06 am CST.
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By The National Student Union of Belize:
We hope this letter finds you well. On behalf of the National Student Union of Belize, we are pleased to invite you to our “Divergent Discussions on the ICJ”. This event is scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 from 2:00 pm to 4:00pm at the University of Belize’s Jaguar Auditorium (Central Campus).
The “Divergent Discussions on the ICJ” is an an educational forum that will provide students, lecturers and the general public with accurate and credible information regarding the pros and cons of settling the Belize-Guatemala Territorial Dispute at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). We have invited five panellists who will have 15 minutes each to present their perspectives and to answer questions from the audience during the question and answer segment. The panellists are Major Lloyd Jones (Veteran, Belize Defence Force), Caesar Ross (Lecturer at the University of Belize’s History Department), Don Hector Silva (Historian), Lindsay Belisle (Former Boundary Commissioner) and Mr. Joe Coye (Former Minister). We would like to emphasize that this event is more of a presentation and not a debate.
In addition, there will be special presentations and performances by the History Club of UB and the Music/Art Club of UB followed by refreshments at the end of the event.
It would be our great honour for you to attend this forum. The National Student Union of Belize looks forward to your presence at the “Divergent Discussions on the ICJ.” Thank you in advance.
Kevin G. Berganza
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