Peaceful Pathways workshop taster
Friday 16th August 9am – 12pm
Australian Red Cross: 403-407 Invermay Road, Mowbray
Organisation: Australian Red Cross and Alternatives to Violence Project
Target audience : This event is open to people 16 years and over. Once we have a full group (20 participants), the group will be closed and we ask that those who come voluntarily participate, as this is an experiential process (not for observation).
People can make enquiries and register to participate via the contact given.
Event/Project Type: This is an experiential, closed-group experience with up to 22 people. All who come will be volunteering to participate.
Event/Project Description: This is an opportunity for the public to have insight into this 3-year project, funded by the Tasmanian Community Fund.
Peaceful Pathways uses the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) process to pass on tools for dealing with conflict and change to community members, via a series of experiential workshops.
This particular project is equipping communities of refugee background with tools for rebuilding after their foundations were shattered. They are aided in these efforts by local, non-refugee allies.
Peaceful Pathways lends support from many volunteer AVP facilitators from around Australia to build capacity in our State.
Expect to practice skills of communication, affirmation, collaboration, trust and building community as well as play in this 3-hour session.
No notebooks required!
Venue: Australian Red Cross: 403-407 Invermay Road, Mowbray
Xavier Lane-Mullins email@example.com
wheelchair access: Yes
Do people need to book for this event? : Yes