We are delighted to be running this workshop with the remarkable Pádraig Ó Tuama. It’s designed for those working in community development, transformation and justice. Hope you can come. It’s on March 27 and online registrations are here, for more information, download this pdf: stealingstories workshop.
We do not tell stories as they are, we tell them as we are
There is a growing awareness of the power of storytelling as a means for community development, advocacy and transformation. This workshop will explore a number of resources developed by the Irish Peace Centres and the Corrymeela Community in Northern Ireland – resources looking at storytelling, conflict, revenge, safety and forgiveness. A number of resources will be presented during the day, which practitioners in Melbourne will be very welcome to take (steal) and adapt to local neighbourhood and community needs.
Pádraig Ó Tuama is a poet and community development practitioner who works primarily in developing and delivering resources to community groups, faith communities and schools in Belfast.
The workshop is on March 27, 9.30 – 4pm at Solace, 751 Heidelberg Road, Alphington. Register online