Interested in becoming an INGO Dialogue Facilitator?
Strasbourg, 30 July 2012
Tensions between humans, intolerance and racism have never been as strong whilst the social and political actors continue to develop devices that would bring together the communities. The Conference of INGOs has postulated that the appropriate valuation of different cultures, languages and especially the acceptance of others for them to accept us in turn had to be learned to be effective.
The Dialogue Toolkit, which is the fruit of experience, field observation and discussion, was born of this principle and enables a plausible dialogue strategy. It involves training Facilitators of Dialogue, who, in turn, will train as many relays able to facilitate dialogue between cultures.
This call to become a “facilitator” goes to civil society actors engaged in community life to enable intercultural dialogue. The training will provide the keys to the understanding and use of this Dialogue Toolkit. Participants of this course will then conduct such dialogues and will also share this approach with local NGOs.
If you are experienced and interested in this introduction workshop, please complete the on-line questionnaire (follow the link) and return it as soon as possible. After reviewing the record, subject to availability, if you are selected for this first training session, we will tell you the practical aspects.