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  • Key Questions - Peacebuilding
    Prepare a list of key questions on the content If you ve divided the content into parts prepare a list of questions for each part These questions should help in exploring participants ideas and beliefs on the content you d like to introduce There are no rights or wrongs your questions shouldn t be designed to check the participants knowledge of the topic Open questions are advisable III During the workshop state that you re going to facilitate a discussion on a specific topic by asking questions Write the title of the topic on the flip chart IV Start asking questions and facilitate the discussion Whenever you think it might be useful introduce parts of the content based on your study of it Try to encourage dialogue and avoid lecturing the participants if you can and let them discuss your ideas Example You want to introduce Gene Sharp s theory of power and consent during a workshop on nonviolence Study the paper The Role of Power in Nonviolent Struggle http www aeinstein org organizations org TheRoleofPowerinNonviolentStruggle English pdf On the grounds that introducing all the concepts and theories presented here at once would be too much you decide to distribute this content over two days and at four separate times during the workshop You divide the content into four parts The first part is the paragraph Dependent Rulers ibid pp 3 5 You prepare these questions Where does the power of rulers come from What are the sources of power What does authority have to do with power What are the psychological and ideological factors that generate obedience in a population How important are sanctions in maintaining political power To what extent is the power of rulers dependant on the obedience and cooperation of the governed What happens when the

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  • Peacebuilding:Tips for new contributors - Peacebuilding
    discussions make comments or ask questions Your knowledge makes this site a better guide your comments on our processes makes this a better project See our manual of style with ideas on how articles are formatted Please consider creating a user account Other Peacebuilders will get to know and trust your work You can still be anonymous and you don t even need to give your name You can also create a user page if you want where you can talk about yourself and your work Or you can just leave it blank Your choice Every article has an associated Talk page where you can discuss the contents of the article Check the talk page by clicking the discussion link We want to make guides that can be used as printed pages for Peacebuilders who are away from a computer This resource need not just be an online Web site Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Peacebuilding Tips for new contributors Views Project page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents Help pages Random page About this site Search CARITAS French version Spanish version

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  • MediaWiki:Hf-nsheader- - Peacebuilding
    History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents Help pages Random page About this site Search CARITAS French version Spanish version Contact us Caritas website Donate online My collection Show collection 115 pages Collections help User collections The category contains more than PARAM pages only the first PARAM pages can be added to your collection Do you want to add

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  • Three Questions - Peacebuilding
    on whether you re facilitating the activity for individuals or groups Participants Any number Materials Flip charts Markers Sticky notes Pencils Procedure I Divide a flip chart into three with two horizontal lines Write one of these questions in each section a What s been most helpful so far b What hasn t been helpful so far c What suggestions do you have for the next time day II Hand out three sticky notes and a pencil to each participant III Ask participants to answer each of the questions on a sticky note and then place the answers on the flip chart under the relative question IV After the activity go through participants answers and write a summary of them that can be presented to the group at the next meeting Apply the necessary changes in accordance with their requests and what s feasible Note As an alternative to the above procedure you can facilitate the activity in sub groups Have groups of 4 to 7 individuals answer the questions ask them to write them on a flip chart and then share their answers with the others In this case you might need around 30 minutes for the whole procedure

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  • Problem Hat - Peacebuilding
    The problem should be related to the workshop e g the facilitator group facility activities etc Ask participants not to mention any names but to describe the problems in general Those who think they don t have any problems can leave the sheet blank III Ask participants to fold their sheets and collect all the sheets in a hat IV Once all the sheets are collected go around and ask each participant to take one paper If they draw their own ask them to put it back and pick another V After a few minutes of reflection ask a volunteer to read the problem aloud and briefly offer a suggestion on how the writer could deal with the problem If the problem is related to the facilitation or organisation of the workshop note it down and take the necessary steps to solve it VI Continue around the circle making sure everyone just listens and does not comment on suggestions Source Fast Larissa Neufeldt Reina Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual Vatican City Caritas Internationalis 2002 p 213 Originally adapted from Brandes and Phillips in Pretty Jules N Irene Guijt John Thompson and Ian Scoones Participatory Learning and Action A Trainer s

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  • Exploring Content - Peacebuilding
    of cooperation and competition such as flip charts PP or overhead slides or handouts Flip chart paper Markers Procedure I Before the workshop divide up the content you would like to introduce to participants into small sections Each section should provide material for a short presentation no longer than 5 minutes II Divide the plenary into small teams of 5 6 people Enable them to sit close to each other and have a working space Explain that you re going to introduce new content and that you ll divide your presentation into sections and then ask them to draw up questions and provide answers to these III Present the first section of content using visual aids or handouts to help participants follow your example IV Ask each team to draw up a list of three questions related to the first section of information and further explore it Ask them to write the questions down Allow 3 5 minutes for this activity V Ask the first team to read out one question to the rest of the plenary The other groups have to answer Repeat the procedure with the other teams and then do the same with the second and third questions Note Alternatives to this procedure include Preparing handouts with content before the actual training course and asking volunteers to prepare a 5 minute presentation Then get participants not you to introduce the content Awarding points to teams for each correct answer and congratulating the winner at the end Be careful with this option because the content you deal with is likely to generate an array of answers to each question Rather than correct answers you may end up with a variety of legitimate opinions Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Exploring Content Category TEACHING METHODS Views Page

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  • Peacebuilding:Manual of style - Peacebuilding
    page Should you need to add a new category then this can be done by adding the following code at the very end of your page NB Only create new categories if completely necessary it is not essential that ALL content is categorised Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Peacebuilding Manual of style Views Project page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for

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  • For Example - Peacebuilding
    6 people Enable group members to sit close to each other and have a working space III Explain that their task is to share experiences relating to the topics introduced in the presentation and to come up with 2 3 examples that illustrate this content IV Let groups start working and allocate sufficient time Walk around the room helping if necessary V Get the groups to conclude their work Ask group members to remain seated and think for one minute in silence about the stories and examples that have just been shared VI Ask each group to choose one example which they think is most relevant for illustrating the content introduced Ask each group to nominate a spokesperson VII Allow each group to illustrate their example Encourage Q As and facilitate discussion Note Alternatives to this process include You can ask each group to write down the example they ve chosen on an index card and then circulate the cards amongst the groups You can divide the plenary into pairs instead of groups of 3 6 people Then ask each person to share a story or come up with an example that illustrates the concept introduced Once stories or examples

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