AHOY Course Manila

Photos of the course are available here.
A full copy of the program is available here.

Monday, 26th
– Philippines Port Authority
AOS Bishop Promoter of the Philippines – H.E. Bishop Narciso Villaver Abellana
Scalabrini International Migration Network – Fr. Mario Zambiasi
– Filipino History – Dr. Ricardo T. Jose
Filipino values and culture – Prof. Stella P. Go
– ICMA in the Filippines – AOS-Philippines, Mission to Seafarers, Sailors’ Society
Young Filipino men securing work and the future through ‘utility manning’ – Dr. Roderick Galam
Health and self-medication practices of Filipino seafarers – Dr. Nelson Turgo

Tuesday, 27th
– Filipino Catholic religiosity and beliefs (part 1 and part 2) – Fr. Mario Dominic C. Sanchez
– Other Filipino Churches / Faith Denominations – Dr. Manuel Victor J. Sapitula
– Overseas Filipino Workers – Romulo V. Salud

Wednesday, 28th
– Philippines: people of the sea – Fr. Graziano Battistella
Ecumenism in the maritime world – H.E. Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle
– ICMA Sessions
i. Stuart Rivers (Sailors’ Society) – “Disruptive Technology and A Vision for the Future of Maritime Ministry”
ii. Lance Lukin (MTS Regional Director Oceania Region/Wellington Port Chaplain & Seafarer Centre Manager) – “Support for Chaplaincy: Learning from other Chaplain Networks”
iii. Jason Zuidema (NAMMA) – “ICMA and Future of Maritime Ministry
iv. Heike Proske (DSM) – Managing and Motivating a Decentralized Team: Lessons from the DSM”

Friday, 30th
– Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers – Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” M. Angara
– Filipino seafarers, fishers, and their families – Ms. Rebecca J. Calzado
– Filipino seafarers and fishers on international waters – Mr. Hans Leo Cacdac
– Filipino seafarers and fishers in the global maritime industry – C/E Marcial C. Amaro III
– Labor concerns and legislative agenda for Filipino seafarers and fishers – Mr. Silvestre H. Bello, II
– Needs and issues of Filipino crew on board cruise ship