Register now & join us online for small group, connected conversations about ways to find and maintain our individual and collective sense of peace in these disruptive times.
Peace Cafés are open, inclusive conversations where you get to listen to and share ideas, questions, thoughts and feelings on this topic with others in a respectful environment. They are an opportunity to learn and grow together as we seek to understand the challenges and opportunities of our time.
Cafe Topic: "Finding peace in disruptive times."
Date: February 13th
Time: 10 - 11:30am AST / 9 - 10:30am EST / 7 - 8:30 am MST / 15:00 - 15:30 CET (Europe)
Who can attend? Anyone is welcome to attend. You will be asked to honour our Shared Agreements.
Language: The Host will introduce the Café in English, however, breakouts conversations can happen in any language chosen by the breakout group.
This Peace Café event is held in partnership with Atlantic Council for International Cooperation(ACIC) for International Development Week(February 7 - 13, 2021).
About Peace Cafés
Peace Cafés are open, inclusive conversations where you get to listen to and share ideas, questions, thoughts and feelings on this topic with others in a respectful environment. They are an opportunity to learn and grow together as we seek to understand the challenges and opportunities of our time. They can help to lessen the divide between us to discover more connection, community and unity within our diversity.
In this online Peace Café, small groups of up to 8 people will gather together in breakout rooms to talk about the above topic. There is no organization to join, no homework, and no agenda - just a simple process that helps to shift us from small talk to BIG talk conversations about peace matters. More than big talk, it is about the practice of listening to each other.
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About Your Café Host, Richard Schultz
Richard is a mentor, and facilitator of change. He has been working with leaders and groups to re-invent their lives, work and organizational culture for over 20 years. Richard’s training and experience is deeply embedded in “whole person/whole system approaches,” which fully engage the inherent wisdom and passion of participants and organizations in effectively navigating through change and disruption. Richard has a passion for peace and in 2019, he co-founded the Greater Moncton Peace Leaders Collaborative (www.peaceleaderscollaborative.com) which invited Moncton, Riverview and Dieppe to become International Cities of Peace on September 21, 2020.