A facilitator’s manual to guide dialogue within and between communities in conflict.
In Myanmar, violence and protracted conflict – often fuelled by fear, hatred and distrust – have a strong impact on people’s lives. Many years of peace building work make us believe in the importance of dialogue as a tool to build trust and strong relationships.
Dialogue provides the opportunity to share feelings, understand different points of view and reflect on situations.
For our project ‘Sagar Wine’ (culture of dialogue) in Rakhine State, we developed a training manual. In three creative and interactive modules with many visuals, participants will explore personal development, understand the dynamics of conflict and practice dialogue facilitation skills.
The manual ‘Building a Culture of Dialogue’ is available in English and Burmese language.
Published on 01 March 2019
- Conflict and peace