Sunday, November 5
Learn effective nonviolent techniques to interrupt violence while protecting yourself and others.
In this 8-hour workshop, participants will explore nonviolence in the “big picture”; what it means, how it is used, and how good-hearted, well-intentioned people can disagree yet still work together. They will learn and gain practice in specific skills and tools that are useful both in conflict intervention situations and in daily life, including:
Coffee/tea, snacks, and lunch will be provided. (vegetarian-friendly lunch). A full color training manual will be provided on site. Please bring pen/pencils to take notes. YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER for this event and attend a full day to complete this training to get the certificate. Please plan to arrive early for the breakfast as we start at 9:00 am
Six spots are available at Canterbury House (721 E Huron St, Ann Arbor). On a Sunday morning, there should be nearby street parking. The closest parking structure is the Thayer St. Parking Deck, about a block south of us.
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