Free training / skills-sharing day: Responding to hate and division

Training Date: 25 September 2019

Liverpool Quakers, 22 School Lane,Liverpool L1 3BT
Wednesday 25 September
10. 00 am to 4. 00 pm

Families for Peace is being delivered in a number of areas of the borough by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, with support from Liverpool council, as part of the government’s Building a Stronger Britain Together programme. The work includes Small Steps for Peace sessions in some local primary schools, conflict awareness sessions for parents and other family members, and ‘Open Awards’ accredited courses on conflict resolution for community members.

As part of Families for Peace, Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is running training and skill-sharing days for workers with local agencies, members of voluntary organisations, and community representatives.

The day will cover:

  • How conflicts and disputes arise and develop
  • The responsibilities and legal duties which come with our role or profession
  • What ‘extremism’ is – and how we can take effective action in response
  • Skills to open up and manage ‘difficult conversations’

To book your free place or find out more, email Mike Waite or call 07494 308849.

Lunch will be provided so please specify when booking if you have any special dietary requirements. Places are limited, so booking is essential.

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