Tools of Engagement: exploring identity, difference, conflict + possibility


Online course: 13th, 20th and 27th January 2022 from 4 pm to 6.30 pm.

PeoplesLab offers a unique curriculum – Tools of Engagement – to engage the complexity of identity, difference and conflict with a vision towards transformational social change.
PeoplesLab embraces 3 key principles:

  • Social Justice – to vision social equity + reciprocity across difference;
  • Aesthetics – for creative agencies to question, shape and rename;
  • Transformative Process – for psycho/physical/social reflection within + between people

There is incredible potential for creative synergy towards generative relations and social justice if we apply new constructive tools to repair loss of trust, reach across our differences with mutual allyship, and shift othering into a fabric of mutual belonging.

Participants will take part in 3 half-day sessions that will introduce them to key PeoplesLab principles of communication including somatic, reflexive and procedural tools to explore identity, difference, conflict + possibility.

Who is this course for?
The course is for anyone interested in working in intercultural contexts. The group of attendees will include community leaders, activists, cultural mediators and organisations that are interested in working more with diverse communities. 

How long does the course last?
The course is made up of three  2.5-hr sessions taking place on the following dates and times: 13th – 20th – 27th January 2022 from 4 pm to 6.30 pm.

Registration fee: € 120
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
You will receive a Zoom link a few days before the event (please keep an eye on your spam folder).

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About the facilitator Dorit Cypis
Founder and Director of PeoplesLab, Dorit has spent her professional life between the studio and the street as an artist, educator, mediator and social activator, asking a guiding question, “Who are we to one another?” Across her work, Dorit explores themes of history, identity and social relations. She leverages experience and skillsets from her many practices to lead PeoplesLab’s consulting, teaching and mediation. [read more]


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