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Open Space Workshop EDINBURGH

Open Space Workshop EDINBURGH

Café Camino, 1 Little King Street, Edinburgh EH1 3JD.
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June 3, 2014, 10.00 – 16.00

Café Camino, Edinburgh

The booking deadline for this event has passed. If you would like to attend, please email info@engender.org.uk.

Engender are working towards gaining a better understanding of women’s experiences and views of intra-Christian sectarianism.

We are holding a series of Open Space workshops to explore women’s experiences of and ideas on the relationship between sectarianism, faith, family and community. So far discussions on women and sectarianism have been focused around football and domestic abuse. The aim of these events is to bring women together to talk about the impact sectarianism has (or doesn’t have) on their lives and how women can work together to make their communities strong and resilient.

What is Open Space? The ‘Open Space’ way of working was created in 1985 and brings people together to discuss a common theme. Open Space is fully participative, there are no talking heads, and it believes that the participants are the real experts. Just come along with an open mind and your thoughts and opinions.

For more information please contact the Engender office by emailing info@engender.org.uk or call 0131 558 9596.

The booking deadline for this event has passed. If you would like to attend, please email info@engender.org.uk.

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