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Training Exercises

Conflict line

To have an experience on how we deal with conflict or how we often think about violence as a solution to solve a problem. An exercise to begin to question our militaristic mindset and challenge ourselves to find nonviolent and win-win solutions.

Hassle - Parallel line

To give people an opportunity to solve a hassle or conflict using nonviolence. To practice what it feels like to be in both roles in a conflict. This is a good introductory exercise for many situations.

A gender dialogue for peacebuilders

  • To create a space for dialogue between women and men in peace organisations.
  • To identify points of tensions between men and women in peace organisations.
  • To develop a level of comfort and commitment to addressing gender issues in peace organisations.

Introduction Exercise

In this section we describe a number of exercises to help you develop your nonviolent campaigns and actions. These exercises can be used during nonviolence trainings, workshops and group meetings. Exercises help make our time together more participatory and contributes to the process of learning and building capacities among participants.

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