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How to solve conflicts non-violently - workshop for young people

How to solve conflicts non-violently - workshop for young people

📅 Start Date: 11 February 2023, Saturday

⌚ Start time: 10:00

📅 End Date: 12 February 2023

📌 Place: Warsaw - Praga Północ dist., Jagiellońska 54 (show on the map)
[wydarzenie oraz poniższy opis wyłącznie w języku angielskim]

On 11 and 12 February, we invite you for a Fairtogether workshop. The workshop is open to people aged between 16 and 30.

The workshop aims to support young people in developing pro-social and teamwork skills, positive self-image and non-violent conflict resolution strategies.

The Fairtogether workshop contributes to violence prevention, mutual understanding, active citizenship, as well as more peaceful coexistence in the local communities.

Workshop will be led by Miriam Krämer from Germany, an intercultural communication and global education trainer. Miriam is also Alternative to Violence Project (AVP) trainer.
Miriam will be supported by Polish multipliers of the Fairtogether methodology, who took part in the training in Bakuriani in October/November 2022.

On both February 11 and 12, coffee breaks and light lunch will be provided for the participants.
English will be the working language of the event.

The workshop is free of charge and open; we just request you to fill out the form in order to confirm your participation (so we know how many participants we should expect) >> link

The workshop is part of the international project “Fairtogether: You(th) for peace”. The project aims at the impact level to engage young activists from Georgia, Poland, Armenia, and Germany in peacebuilding and civic activism for peace education and inclusion of youth, particularly youth with a migration history in Germany, Poland, Armenia and Georgia.

„Fairtogether: You(th) for peace” is co-funded by the European Union. Project reference number: 2022-2-DE04-KA154-YOU-000090747.