Women for Peace is a session run by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.
In this special #SheFest2020 session we will explore our values and identity, and consider how to manage when these conflict with other people around us. How do we work with people who have different values to our own? What methods can we use to resolve conflicts when they do arise?
This will be an interactive workshop, exploring the above themes through games, theory and discussion.
The session is for Self-Identifying Women Only and will take place at the Great Escape Game, Sheffield on Monday 9th March 2020 13:00 – 16:00
The Great escape, St. James House, Vicar Lane, Sheffield, S1 2EX
Tickets are £3 plus a £1 booking fee – total £4
Free tea and coffee available from the bar
Part of #SheFest2020
What is SheFest?
SheFest is a not-for-profit organisation made up of local volunteers. Founded in 2016, by a small group of female social entrepreneurs, the idea began in 2015 as a one day event. Since then, they have been championing self-defining women’s rights and gender equality, through a whole host of inclusive events, activities, workshops, film screenings and more.
Their annual fringe festival, in line with International Women’s Day, provides a female fronted addition to the South Yorkshire region’s cultural calendar. They are passionate that SheFest will become the northern capital for International Women’s Day as they continue to celebrate and empower the amazing women that are based within the seven hills of Sheffield and beyond.
The SheFest Aims:
Create a platform to celebrate and promote gender equality
Provide a flagship celebration in line with International Women’s Day and coordination of similar events
Develop supportive networks and empowering opportunities for self-defining women
Increase the number and diversity of women engaging in International Women’s Day celebrations