Re-imagining Generative Communities Europe 2019

Healing the history of racism, religion and exclusion

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A National One-Day Conference

Sunday xxxxxx: 1000h to 1730h
We hope to build bonds of trust and hope between people of all kinds who are working to become more aware of the different voices of oppression that we meet in society, our communities and in ourselves. This conference provides a space to connect and share learning around how systems like our families, churches and school might prevent, stop or take responsibility for racism, religion and exclusion.
Our Keynote Speaker, 

Who should attend:

This one day National Conference addresses educators in schools, institutes, universities and seminaries and practitioners in new and traditional monastic communities. We invite human rights activists and politicians as well as health care professionals, focalisers, facilitators, and community builders, psychotherapists and organisational development practitioners.

 

Agenda

(subject to change)

1000h: registrations and refreshments
1030h: welcome and introductions: Abbot Martin Shipperlee
1100h: Keynote address:
1200h: Learnings from a year of Storytelling and facilitated conversations, presented by DDF (deep democracy forum)
13:15h: lunch
1400h: Short Presentation then World Café style small groups will discuss particular Themes, Roles and Edges
1500: Plenary Feedback and facilitated conversation
16.00h: Refreshment Break
16:30h: Concluding Ritual
1700h: Closing comments and