We incorporate themes from our documentary to present an interactive peacebuilding workshop suitable for a variety of ages.
Host a workshop and a screening with your church, school or community group.
Our workshops began in our context of Northern Ireland; working with school children to strengthen social cohesion in communities by building tolerance and understanding between students from various backgrounds and from across Northern Ireland's sectarian divide.
Themes such as forgiveness, reconciliation and social justice are core to the stories presented in our documentary, but perhaps what is most common between our three main characters presented in the film, is the way in which they seek to understand the killers of their loved ones and seek justice in a way which does not perpetuate violence and further division.
Our workshops grapple with these topics and engage with relevant political and religious issues, engaging participants through interactive activities in response to watching the film.
During our workshops we lead participants on a journey of understanding. We hope that participants will leave feeling encouraged to move towards people of difference, to embrace diversity and uphold our common humanity in the midst of division, and to be equipped with restorative methods of conflict transformation so as to build more peaceful communities.
Our workshops can be hosted as standalone events or as an extension of a screening. Why not hold a workshop in the afternoon with a screening in the evening?
Please get in touch for more information or if you would like a more detailed breakdown of the content of the workshops.