Here are the workshops and performances…
… that have been announced so far. The Peace Justice Committee is working on finalising the programme, so as soon as a workshop has been confirmed, it is posted here.
Please be aware that this is a preliminary programme, which is subject to change.
In this workshop we sill focus on the fine art of listening, which is a much underrated skill to have. Together, we will explore our ability to listen through some interesting exercises and experiments.
The securitisation of European societies through surveillance technologies has gone largely unnoticed. People are not aware of the threat this represents to their civil liberties.
What is Pedagogy of Liberation and how can we implement aspects of it in a teaching and learning context? Empowering students to think critically about themselves and their relation to society.
Exploring one’s biases and learning one’s way out of something like the White Savior Complex takes time. Embracing Solidarity Politics needs work. If you’re not uncomfortable, you’re not listening.
The workshop will examine concrete examples unravel many of the most common techniques and methods used by the media to manufacture narratives that fit into a certain agenda.
Kristine & Bledion of MasterPeace Wiesbaden organises intercultural activities with migrants and local people. The main goal is to bring people together through dialogue.
By using forum theatre, we bring topics and discussions about massive social media problems: “dog-face” filters, judging a book by its cover, “liking” people, “swiping” each other.