Through the initial stages of the Conflict Resilience Programme for Faith Communities we have become aware of the need for faith communities to be skilled up in dealing with conflict, learning techniques, and being given the time to practise these skills with their peers.
We are running a number of public training events at St Ethelburga’s to meet this need.
What will the programme involve?
There will be four events in the programme, linked but also possible to attend separately. The events are themed in focus, and are aimed at taking participants through the stages of conflict. New skills will be provided for each stage, giving a toolkit for each participant by the end of the programme.
This programme aims to:
Content is formed from St Ethelburga’s experience in bringing diverse groups together, facilitating dialogue and skilling up those in need. These trainings bring together content from our Conflict Coaching programme, tools from our diverse Conflict Resilience Programme networks and the multi-faith Steering Group.
Communicating in Conflict will:
Concession (student or unemployed, please bring ID on the day)- £25
Discount for all four training days- £160
The trainings will run from 10am-4pm with breaks for lunch and refreshments and will be held in the tent.
Places are limited to 15 so sign up soon.
This collaborative multi-faith programme has been developed in response to three needs we have identified:
This growing network has been established in collaboration with Quaker Life, QPSW, Ananda Marga, the Methodist Church, BIMA, Perivale Anglican church, and others.
St Ethelburga’s is a ‘maker of peace-makers’. We inspire and equip individuals and communities to contribute, in their own particular contexts, to activating a global culture of peace.