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Workshop 2: Dialogue and citizenship education: Conceptual and practical approaches

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Workshop 2: Dialogue and citizenship education: Conceptual and practical approaches

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DIALOGUE is inseparably linked with the human being: our identity and social cohesion can only be generated through dialogue. Thus, dialogue not only has a personal and social but also a political dimension. Dialogue has been playing an important role in the development of conflict mediation methods and in peace studies for a number of decades. One of the best-known dialogic approaches originated with the physicist David Bohm (1917 - 1992). His approach is to provide a space in which participants are encouraged to freely express the most diverse viewpoints on complex, controversial topics. Out of the diversity of voices and perceptions and the recognition of differences, new solutions for joint actions can then be created. During this workshop, the potentials of this approach for citizenship education will be explained and, in training units with the participants, also brought to life in a practical way.
Externer Link: www.david-bohm.net/dialogue/dialogue_proposal.html

Facilitator: Interner Link: Sigrid Peuker (Germany)
Assistance: Mona Qaiser, Dialogue at School (Germany)

Moderation: Max Behrendt, Dialogue at School (Germany)

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