$150 – $350

Crossing Lines: Anti-Oppression Dialogue Facilitation

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As our world feels increasing polarized, what role can facilitated dialogue play in increasing equity? How can we use dialogue to connect people across lines of difference?

In this interactive, 1-day workshop, we’ll explore and practice techniques for guiding dialogue across lines of difference.

Workshop Overview: Dialogue is more than just talking; this workshop will incorporate awareness of power dynamics and positionality when connecting people from different political, cultural, national, linguistic or other backgrounds. Using role play scenarios, case studies, and discussions, we will examine multicultural sensitivities, approaches to conflict, and ways to facilitate anti-oppression dialogue that goes beyond talking and leads to concrete behavior change and actions for social justice.

Who should participate? This is a great workshop for anyone who engages people from diverse backgrounds in their work, either in intentional facilitated dialogue or more informally.

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Ongoing Support and Accountability: After our workshops, we provide ongoing support to participants over several months, to help with your continued planning or implementation of ideas. This includes:

  • Tangible goal-setting and accountability checks

  • Seachange Collective cohort webinars to discuss progress, questions, challenges, and shared strategies

  • Optional: We can offer additional workshops or advising for your team on specific projects. Talk to us about what you need!

What have past participants said?

"[The Seachange Collective] workshop and this creative and inclusive space created the necessary room to connect with other social-justice inclined individuals and share alternative perspectives on seemingly impossible challenges." — Emily Grubb, Program Specialist, Open Society Foundations

"This training is so important for anyone involved in decision making at their organization. I loved the chance to reflect on my current and past work to help better inform my choices for the future." - Christopher Ahearn, Director of Partnerships, Reach the World

Pricing: We run our workshops on a sliding-scale model, to ensure we remain accessible for organizers, non-profit staff, and public servants across a spectrum of roles and budgets.

Please note that space is limited and registration closes 1 week before the event!

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