This course introduces different embodied and creative means of conflict transformation and, through their practice, trains participants in relational skills, qualities and competences as future facilitators.
Throughout the course, participants get to understand and train peace and conflict work as a comprehensive and relational practice that addresses not just the rational intellect, but potentially includes all parts of the human being. We will work with a range of different creative approaches. Emphasis will be placed on embodied practices of movement (theatre, dance) and dynamic breath as well as creative means of expression and reflection (journaling, painting, contemplation).
Working with group-dynamics and self-exploration participants directly experience the methods themselves and learn how to work with each other in the safe frame of a training setting. This will allow participants to identify their strengths and unfold their potential as current and future facilitators of learning processes.