In July Involve held a workshop in London to explore what people with facilitation, conflict resolution and engagement skills could bring to the challenging situation the UK finds itself in post-EU referendum.
As a result of the discussions had and connections made during this event, two of the workshop participants, Milly Sinclair and Andy Shipley, have come together to hold a workshop in November using systemic mapping to explore the issues surrounding the EU referendum divide.
Where: St Ethelburga’s Church, 78 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4A
When: 5th November 2016, 10.30 – 5.30pm
Aims: To get a diverse as possible group of people together to explore through the process of systemic constellations (or systemic mapping) the following possible thoughts and questions (recognising some other questions may emerge on the day):
- How did we get here? What is Brexit revealing to us about the nature of the system we are operating within?
- Where are we now? What has the impact of Brexit been to the system?
- What are the values that have got us here? What are the values that are now needed in this new paradigm we are operating within?
- What is the future calling us to? What is ours to do? What is mine to do? What are the next steps we need to take to move forward?
“We ask for a nominal fee of £30 to cover the cost of the venue and the travel of the facilitators. If this is difficult, please let us know, as we would like everyone who wants to come, to be able to do so.”
For more information, please contact Milly Sinclair on details below:
Tel: 07703 181 630