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Active Citizens Women's Course North Shore Auckland Dec 4-6 2020

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Glenfield Community Centre

96 Bentley Avenue

Auckland, Auckland 0629

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Active Citizens Women's training - North Shore Auckland

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Active Citizens Women North Shore 2020

Active Citizens is a social leadership programme from the British Council, which promotes intercultural dialogue and social responsibility as key leadership competencies in the 21st century. The 3-day workshops teach self awareness and identity, global and local issues, community-led social development and social action plans.

It motivates people to take responsibility for their social needs and gives them the knowledge, skills and experience to address them. From personal deep introspection to social action delivery, this course is a proven life changer!

Join the Active Citizens global movement this December with a 3 day journey to explore identity and culture, intercultural dialogue, community and social action. Fully funded for all women from 16-99 years.

Join the network of over 250 000 Active Citizens trained in over 68 countries Worldwide!

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Venue & Dates: Glenfield Community Centre

Friday 4 Dec 5pm-9pm,

Saturday 5 Dec 9.30am - 5.30pm

Sunday 6 Dec 9.30am - 5.30pm.

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Please see delegate feedback from our 2018-19 courses in the video below.

Confirmed delegates will be contacted after registration for full joining instructions and programme schedules.

PLEASE REVIEW THE FULL COURSE BOOKLET HERE .

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The Active Citizens training comprises four core modules:

Module 1: Me - Identity and culture: Understanding identity and culture is the key to opening minds to new learning and perspectives, changing attitudes, encouraging empathy and creating a stronger sense of social responsibility. It is also critical to problem-solving and building networks.

Module 2: Me and You - Intercultural Dialogue: participants learn methods of dialogue as a tool for building empathy, trust and understanding within and across cultures.

Module 3: Local and Global Community - We together: Participants learn how communities are local, global and interdependent and develop skills in mapping the community from a variety of perspectives - problem identification, systems thinking and power dynamics. These are used to identify appropriate interventions and a network to address them.

Module 4: Social Action/Social Enterprise start-up Planning:Participants focus on planning a social action initiative in their community, considering the process in different levels of detail and complexity. This involves identifying and clarifying their agenda, a specific intervention and how they will deliver it.

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