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    here In addition to the Resource Kits on specific topics you can find other of tools for learning design and facilitation that can be applied to almost any content no matter if you are using the Resource Kit on Negotiation Nonviolence or designing a workshop on a topic of your choice the following tools can help it Content Processing Activities These are interactive strategies that you can use to process content without relying too much on lecturing participants Many trainers believe that the key to effective training is preparing transferring and analysing high quality content Lecturing content has qualities it gives the trainer control over the content it is efficient and accurate Yet it is frequently conducive to boredom it lacks two way communication and participants are not involved More importantly adults learn better through experience But there are situations when a certain amount of content needs to be introduced and processed CPAs are meant for these situations they help you process the content in a participative and experiential manner Openers Energisers and Closers Openers Energisers and Closers are dynamic activities that you can use to start up your workshop energise the group and bring a learning experience to an appropriate closure They are designed to suit almost any content providing you with templates that will fit to your materials and to the group you are working with These activities are not just fun While some of them might be used just to shake and energise the group in order to regain attention most of them are interactive strategies for learning and provide you with processes to improve learning and achieve your workshop objectives Tools for Workshop Evaluation In order to assess whether or not the workshop has gone well it is critical to get participants feedback Adding their feedback to your own personal evaluation helps refine the contents and process for future workshops and it gives participants an opportunity to air any concerns that might have arisen from them during the workshop Different evaluation techniques can be used to frame feedback here you can find some How shall I use these resources The Resource Kits and other tools here included have been designed as a web resource There is no manual to read back to back no chapters and no index of contents Contents activities and all the resources here provided are linked one another in order to help you surf through them and jump quickly on what you need The best way to learn how to use this resource is trying open one of the resource kits or the other tools and start using it Two Things We Ask You First Play With the Materials Every workshop is different Participants are different as context location timing reasons and objectives for the workshop are You too are different You are different from who wrote the materials and as a facilitator you change with time you adapt to new situations in order to be effective You hardly repeat the same

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    kits or the other tools and start using it Two Things We Ask You First Play With the Materials Every workshop is different Participants are different as context location timing reasons and objectives for the workshop are You too are different You are different from who wrote the materials and as a facilitator you change with time you adapt to new situations in order to be effective You hardly repeat the same things from a workshop to another but rather maybe just slightly change the contents activities and processes you use Thus when we write materials for workshop design and facilitation we are well aware that these will hardly fit your needs just as they are they will need to be maybe just slightly adapted to your needs That is why we encourage you to play with the materials Change them facilitate the games in different ways re write role plays Change and re write anything as you like Second Let Us Know We want to learn from you and give others the possibility to learn from you And we want to give you the possibility to learn not only from us but also from the multitude of people who might use these materials around the world The only thing that makes it possible for others to learn from you in such a format is for you to write down what you do Let us know when you change and re write the materials this is how I would change this activity Let us know if there are any materials that you use find relevant and would like to see here here is an activity I use that might be useful when working on If you allow us we will maintain your name as author of the changes and activities and also include your e mail address to make it possible for those interested to contact you Ideally this could grow into a community of learning practitioners that can make our work better Revision as of 08 23 20 February 2009 Rate the contents of this page Caritas Resource Kits for Peace Builders Resources for peace building training and learning Includes Resource Kits on specific topics and other tools for learning design and facilitation Who is this for Developed for trainers facilitators learning designers and other practitioners engaged in peace building In addition all aid workers engaged in contexts of conflict might find useful resources here What is a Resource Kit A Resource Kit is a set of contents processes and tools for learning design and facilitation You can access it and draw what you need in order to design your workshops or just add innovation and spices to your work Each Resource Kit is structured as a toolbox providing you with ready to use resources that can be directly applied to your workshop A Resource Kit is not a training manual providing an hour by hour agenda on what to do Rather it provides you with a flexible resource

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    Agenda can consist of any of the following div id home headline div home headline div id clearme div Some examples agendas exist Category WORKSHOP AGENDA here Additionally there are sections on Best Practices for Workshops Teachings of the Church and Sample Agendas Users are also encouraged to Discuss any piece of content add to edit existing contents as well as directly publish new pages on any of the subjects discussed This site works in conjunction with the Caritas Publication Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual Some quick navigation links Special AllPages View all pages in the site Special Categories View all Categories in the site Special Guestbook Guestbook Current revision Rate the contents of this page Caritas Resource Kits for Peace Builders 1 How to use this site Peacebuilding Contents This site contains three main content pillars Negotiation Nonviolence and Integration Each pillar contains contents such as Activities and Modules ingredients for workshops Click one of the coloured text links below to visit a category page listing all related contents You can access these Category navigational links on the right of the pages throughout the site Peacebuilding styles NEGOTIATION Achieving peace by communication and bargaining NONVIOLENCE Achieving peace by peaceful resistance or action INTEGRATION Incorporating different identity groups into a peaceful diverse society Peacebuilding contents INTRO ACTIVITY MODULE WORKSHOP AGENDA CASE HISTORY HANDOUT Each content has a link to the parent category at the top right of the page You can also see how others rate the contents and vote for yourself 2 How to use this site Workshop Evaluation techniques Additional to Peacebuilding contents this site contains useful information on how to run and latterly how to evaluate workshops Techniques TEACHING METHODS WORKSHOP TECHNIQUES OPENER ENERGISER CLOSER EVALUATION TOOLS Other contents BACKGROUND READING RELIGIOUS TEACHINGS 3 How to build

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    div id home headline div id home headline div home headline div home headline div id test h4 Nonviolence activities h4 DPL category NONVIOLENCE category ACTIVITY ordermethod counter order descending addpagecounter true DPL div div id test h4 Negotiation activities h4 DPL category NEGOTIATION category ACTIVITY ordermethod counter order descending addpagecounter true DPL div div id test h4 Integration activities h4 DPL category INTEGRATION category ACTIVITY ordermethod counter order descending addpagecounter true DPL div div id clearme div div id clearme div Revision as of 08 17 20 February 2009 Rate the contents of this page Resources for peace building training and learning Includes Resource Kits on specific topics and other tools for learning design and facilitation Who For trainers facilitators learning designers and other practitioners engaged in peace building In addition all aid workers engaged in contexts of conflict might find useful resources here What Resources for peace building training and learning including Resource Kits on specific topics and other tools for learning design and facilitation How There is no manual to read Contents activities and all the resources here are linked in order to help you surf through them and jump quickly on what you need click away The idea is that a user will come here in order to build up a Workshop Agenda in order to share Caritas s ideas and framework on building peace An Agenda can consist of any of the following Some examples agendas exist here Additionally there are sections on Best Practices for Workshops Teachings of the Church and Sample Agendas Users are also encouraged to Discuss any piece of content add to edit existing contents as well as directly publish new pages on any of the subjects discussed This site works in conjunction with the Caritas Publication Peacebuilding A Caritas Training

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    find useful resources here What Resources for peace building training and learning including Resource Kits on specific topics and other tools for learning design and facilitation How There is no manual to read Contents activities and all the resources here are linked in order to help you surf through them and jump quickly on what you need click away The idea is that a user will come here in order to build up a Workshop Agenda in order to share Caritas s ideas and framework on building peace An Agenda can consist of any of the following Some examples agendas exist here Additionally there are sections on Best Practices for Workshops Teachings of the Church and Sample Agendas Users are also encouraged to Discuss any piece of content add to edit existing contents as well as directly publish new pages on any of the subjects discussed This site works in conjunction with the Caritas Publication Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual Some quick navigation links View all pages in the site View all Categories in the site Guestbook Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Home Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for

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    ordermethod counter order descending addpagecounter true DPL div div id test h4 Negotiation activities h4 DPL category NEGOTIATION category ACTIVITY ordermethod counter order descending addpagecounter true DPL div div id test h4 Integration activities h4 DPL category INTEGRATION category ACTIVITY ordermethod counter order descending addpagecounter true DPL div div id clearme div Some examples agendas exist Category WORKSHOP AGENDA here Additionally there are sections on Best Practices for Workshops Teachings of the Church and Sample Agendas Users are also encouraged to Discuss any piece of content add to edit existing contents as well as directly publish new pages on any of the subjects discussed This site works in conjunction with the Caritas Publication Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual Some quick navigation links Special AllPages View all pages in the site Special Categories View all Categories in the site Special Guestbook Guestbook Current revision Rate the contents of this page Caritas Resource Kits for Peace Builders 1 How to use this site Peacebuilding Contents This site contains three main content pillars Negotiation Nonviolence and Integration Each pillar contains contents such as Activities and Modules ingredients for workshops Click one of the coloured text links below to visit a category page listing all related contents You can access these Category navigational links on the right of the pages throughout the site Peacebuilding styles NEGOTIATION Achieving peace by communication and bargaining NONVIOLENCE Achieving peace by peaceful resistance or action INTEGRATION Incorporating different identity groups into a peaceful diverse society Peacebuilding contents INTRO ACTIVITY MODULE WORKSHOP AGENDA CASE HISTORY HANDOUT Each content has a link to the parent category at the top right of the page You can also see how others rate the contents and vote for yourself 2 How to use this site Workshop Evaluation techniques Additional to Peacebuilding contents this site

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    are linked in order to help you surf through them and jump quickly on what you need click away The idea is that a user will come here in order to build up a Workshop Agenda in order to share Caritas s ideas and framework on building peace An Agenda can consist of any of the following Nonviolence activities Five Pros Five Cons 9 723 views The Ideal Community 6 422 views Defining Power 6 323 views Our Value System for Nonviolence 6 243 views Countering Obedience 6 071 views Pillars of Oppression 6 056 views Brainstorming on Nonviolence 5 466 views Brainstorming on Violence and Nonviolence 5 371 views Nonviolence Timeline 5 020 views Sculpting Relationship 5 011 views Engaging With Nonviolence 4 825 views Pieces of the Truth 4 327 views Countering Sources of Power 4 204 views The Nonviolence Sociogram 4 195 views Pragmatic Principled Reformist and Revolutionary 4 135 views Resist No One Who Is Evil 4 095 views A right to resist 4 051 views The right to conscienctious objection 3 933 views Brainstorm and Prioritise 3 797 views From Us to Them 3 517 views Taking a position on nonviolence and just war 3 342 views Negotiation activities Role Plays and Emotions 19 044 views Conflict Outcomes Zero sum and Non zero sum situations 18 619 views Win All You Can 16 660 views Negotiation Role Play 16 097 views Role Play Smith vs Patel 15 044 views Designing a Negotiation Scenario 11 773 views Personal Conflict Style Inventory 9 720 views Green Card Red Card 9 246 views Soft vs Hard 7 368 views Role Sketches 7 205 views Get that Budget A Three party Negotiation 6 820 views From Getting To Yes Introducing Principled Negotiation 6 720 views Emotions as Obstacles and Assets 6 484 views Personal Conflict Style Inventory Sheet 6 406 views Dale Village Representative 6 306 views Popeye 6 243 views Preparing Your Negotiation 6 028 views Observing Role Players 5 799 views Five Barriers to Cooperation 5 752 views Acting Bargaining 5 324 views Brainstorming on Culture and Negotiation 5 308 views Writing Short Plays 5 231 views Questions Exploring Cultures Approach to Negotiation 5 106 views Dealing with Emotions 4 891 views Shall We Negotiate 4 882 views Too Many People To Deal With 4 713 views Gromit Village Representative 4 470 views Situation and Roles 4 372 views Trucks 4 371 views Workers Payoff 4 285 views Cuolo Village Representative 4 245 views Rules 4 177 views Fargo Village Representative 4 010 views Emotions in Negotiation 3 983 views And Then How Do We Proceed 3 932 views Brainstorming on Confrontation to Cooperation 3 856 views Ergo Village Representative 3 627 views And Then How Should We Proceed 3 584 views Integration activities Examples of Resource Transfers and Implicit Ethical Messages 8 746 views Introducing the Do No Harm Framework 8 731 views Conflict Analysis 3Ps 6 797 views HOW Decisions 4 Principles 5 450 views

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    and Prioritise 3 797 views From Us to Them 3 517 views Taking a position on nonviolence and just war 3 342 views Negotiation activities Role Plays and Emotions 19 044 views Conflict Outcomes Zero sum and Non zero sum situations 18 619 views Win All You Can 16 660 views Negotiation Role Play 16 097 views Role Play Smith vs Patel 15 044 views Designing a Negotiation Scenario 11 773 views Personal Conflict Style Inventory 9 720 views Green Card Red Card 9 246 views Soft vs Hard 7 368 views Role Sketches 7 205 views Get that Budget A Three party Negotiation 6 820 views From Getting To Yes Introducing Principled Negotiation 6 720 views Emotions as Obstacles and Assets 6 484 views Personal Conflict Style Inventory Sheet 6 406 views Dale Village Representative 6 306 views Popeye 6 243 views Preparing Your Negotiation 6 028 views Observing Role Players 5 799 views Five Barriers to Cooperation 5 752 views Acting Bargaining 5 324 views Brainstorming on Culture and Negotiation 5 308 views Writing Short Plays 5 231 views Questions Exploring Cultures Approach to Negotiation 5 106 views Dealing with Emotions 4 891 views Shall We Negotiate 4 882 views Too Many People To Deal With 4 713 views Gromit Village Representative 4 470 views Situation and Roles 4 372 views Trucks 4 371 views Workers Payoff 4 285 views Cuolo Village Representative 4 245 views Rules 4 177 views Fargo Village Representative 4 010 views Emotions in Negotiation 3 983 views And Then How Do We Proceed 3 932 views Brainstorming on Confrontation to Cooperation 3 856 views Ergo Village Representative 3 627 views And Then How Should We Proceed 3 584 views Integration activities Examples of Resource Transfers and Implicit Ethical Messages 8 746 views Introducing

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