Spinning Peace in Africa

Strengthening the Web of Relationships for Peace

Treasure Trove: Returning to One Another

story-magic  This Treasure Trove contains a selection of the important substantive concepts and theoretical underpinnings of the Learning Series. It also contains some of the more important exercises and methods done over the course of the Learning Series exploring facilitating dialogue and hosting conversations.

The Treasure Trove is not intended to be exhaustive. Instead, it is offered as a collection of materials which we hope will be useful in your own work.

We hope that it proves to be a useful reference tool on the various methods. The content pieces are included to spark some thinking of our practice of how to get ourselves in touch with what matters.

The exercises are offered with detailed instructions on how they may be run. They have been drawn from our own experience as facilitators working at the nexus of human rights and conflict transformation.

There may also be other ways that are more appropriate in the contexts that you work.

Feedback on what works and what could be changed would be greatly appreciated. In that way these exercises might remain living and evolving within different contexts and with different audiences in mind.

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Returning to One Another

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