10th April & 16th May
Conflict in a group can be profoundly challenging; like wading through a swamp, or like a whirlwind pulling everyone in and tearing things apart. Though conflict can be intensely painful, it’s possible to find ways through it together. Conflict can be a sign that change is needed, and engaging with it can help a group to have more resilience, strength and energy for action.
Dates & Location
10th April: The Common House, Unit 5E, 5e Punderson’s Gardens, London E2 9QG London
16th May: St Werburghs Community centre, Horley Road, St Werburghs
Bristol, BS2 9TJ
Conflict in Groups: Supporting Change
This evening is about developing your ability to engage with conflict, whether you’re on the sidelines or right in the middle. Through experiential exercises and discussion, we’ll explore what conflict is and ways to relate to and interact with it.
This workshop is for people active in groups working for social change in some way. Whatever your experience level, or role in your group, you are welcome.
The trainers, Paul and Kathryn, have extensive experience of facilitation, mediation and training.
Suggested donation £5- £10. If that’s too much, please come anyway.
Book your place: Email firstname.lastname@example.org and briefly tell us why you’re interested in participating. There are limited places, so get in touch soon.
The venue is wheelchair accessible. If you have other access needs please let us know and we’ll do our best to make the workshop accessible to you.
Timing: Please arrive at 6.45pm for a prompt 7pm start. The workshop will end at 9.15pm.