The next dialogue in the Organised Dialogue series is going to focus on Brexit and Young People.
Time and Place:
19th April West Marsh Community Centre. 6pm to 8pm – Door open at 5.30pm
Free parking and refreshments
The theme is close to many people’s hearts for many reasons. Especially young people – whose votes have been hungered for – yet whose voices have been left largely unheard.
It is an ideal opportunity for young people to attend and discuss what Brexit means to them – how it morphs their vision for their intended futures and dreams and also learn about many different angles.
The manner in which the dialogue is conducted is as a fully Restorative dialogue – with ground rules and guidance (attached). It functions as a gentle but powerful skills practice opportunity for those who wish to deepen and hone their understanding of community and large group dialogues as well as train themselves in Restorative ethos, empathy, listening and suspending judgement.
As spaces are limited please do RSVP your intention to attend.
With great respect and very best regards
Marcus Czarnecki, VANEL
Restorative Practices Champion
About the Series:
Organised Dialogues: Series 7 – Children are the Future
West Marsh Community Centre. 6pm to 8pm. Doors open 5.30pm
2018 schedule:- booked for the 3rd Thursday of each month
April 19th, May 17th, June 21st, July 19th, September 20th, October 18th, November 15th
Organised Dialogue 7th series 19th April 2018 BREXIT Internal
Youth and Brexit – University of Warwick
Young people are highly critical of Brexit and fear the insularity it could bring LSE
LFF BMG EXCLUSIVE Two thirds of young people want to stop Brexit
Brexit Are Childrens Rights at risk or future opportunity in the global era