LEVEL I: BASICS of PEACEMAKING CIRCLES WORKSHOP
AUGUST 12-13, 2019
Monday-Tuesday – 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Peacemaking circles are a structured form of a dialogue based on indigenous values and principles. Circles foster a sense of community based on mutual respect with broad applications in many different contexts. They provide a way to bring people together to have difficult conversations, to work through conflict or differences, and to build relationships in schools, neighborhoods, workplace, family and the criminal justice system.
This two-day workshop provides firsthand experiences in a peacemaking circle. Participants will learn about the underlying values of the peacemaking circle process, theoretical frameworks, essential components, core principles, and practical applications utilizing the circle process.
LEVEL II: FUNDAMENTALS FOR FACILITATING CIRCLES
AUGUST 14-15, 2019
Wednesday-Thursday – 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Two-day workshop will prepare participants to plan and facilitate basic talking circles within various contexts. Participants will learn to couple experience and practice within the circle process.
*Discount for Level I and II Workshops taken together
A limited number of partial scholarships are available upon request.
*Advance registration required: https://circlework6.bpt.me