Engage: Exploring nonviolent living
What is Engage?
In a world marred by violence and injustice, Engage is a small-group program that introduces a vision and tools for nonviolent living. It uses stories, small group reflections, role-plays and exercises to explore the dynamics of violence, the possibilities for nonviolent living, and actions to effect personal and social change.
How long is the program?
Engage consists of 12, 2-hr sessions, plus an action to be chosen by the group. This group will run on Monday nights, 6:30-8:30pm between:
July 15 – September 16 (10 sessions)
Break (September 23 – October 7)
October 14 – 28 (3 sessions)
To get the most out of the program, we strongly encourage attendance at as many sessions as possible.
Sessions will be held in the Hall at West End Uniting Church, 11 Sussex St.
How much does it cost?
The program costs $50pp – this includes a resource workbook for you to keep, venue hire, and workshop materials.
Who will facilitate the program?
Engage is a resource offered by Pace e Bene Australia (www.paceebene.org.au). Pace e Bene is an international network of people committed to building a more just and peaceful world. This program will be facilitated by four locals – Bek, Bronwyn, Neil and Penny – who have previously completed the Engage program, and are passionate about sharing the experience with others
To register, or for more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Penny on 0403 721 601