Facing up to the Future Planning and leading a community dialogue event DOWNLOAD THE LEAFLET What is the course? • Learn how to design and run your own community dialogue event, aimed at tackling community differences and issues. • A flexible 30-hour programme to train people to resolve conflicts and build peace – at home and in the community. • Designed and run by the Peace Foundation to help build community resilience and practical skills in running dialogue events. Who’s it for? • Victims, survivors and those affected by the ‘Troubles’ who are interested in developing their skills as community leaders and facilitators of difficult conversations in a supportive environment. • Those who are interested in and want to contribute the future of community relations within the Island of Ireland and beyond. • Those who want to explore ways in which dialogue can be used to better understand and develop stronger relationships. How does it work? • Courses will start in April 2021. There will be 10 courses running throughout the year. • The course is 30 hours long, usually over 10 x 3-hour sessions once a week. • This will be run online via Zoom. • FREE! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to reserve a place. • The course is interactive, and participants need no particular previous training or qualification. There are a maximum 20 places per course. Successful participants receive an Open Awards accreditation at Level 2 on the Regulated Qualifications Framework. Contact us to find out more. If you’re interested and want to participate, please email: email@example.com This programme has been funded by the EU’s PEACE IV managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB)
Steeped in practice with over 20 years of experience in peacebuilding – it is our work with individuals, groups, and communities that keeps us learning and continues to make that all important difference.
Our programme, ‘For Peace’, consists of a portfolio of projects, resources, and services. Our work has three core components: prevention, resolution, and response. In prevention we seek to stop violence before it starts, however when conflict does arise, we seek resolution through dialogue and actions to deal with issues without recourse to violence, and when violent conflict has already occurred, we are there to respond, to help those affected to cope and recover and, in many cases, to become active peacebuilders and agents for change themselves. Our aim is to break the cycle of violence so our projects overlap and intersect, allowing our participants to learn from one another and play their role in achieving this.
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