Facilitating on Facilitation

Yesterday, the day ended with a session on Transformative Dialogue: where honest exchange promotes behavioural change that can transform relationships on individual and collective levels. It was stressed, and demonstrated, by Pioneer Facilitator Safiya Ibn Garba, that...

Transformative Dialogue

In Generations For Peace, the term “dialogue” is used in its original meaning as a specific form of conversation. The word “dialogue” originates from the Greek words “dia” meaning through, and “logos” meaning words. Socrates and his pupil Plato developed dialogue as a...
The Macedonian Macarena!

The Macedonian Macarena!

[wpvideo viTy8EOr] The Macedonian Macarena!  Amidst being exposed to new content about the process of planning for Generations For Peace, our Macedonian team led a fun activity to energise their fellow Delegates! For more information on planning, GFP style, check out...

GFP Programme Cycle: The Building Blocks

The morning of Sochi Camp 2014 Day Five included an introduction to Generations For Peace Events; in particular Sport For Peace Events and Advocacy For Peace Events. Events are intended to increase awareness and generate interest in Generations For Peace as an...
Measuring Change: Outcomes, Impacts, and Indicators

Measuring Change: Outcomes, Impacts, and Indicators

How do you know a change is occurring? This was the question that Delegates set out to answer on Day Four of Sochi Camp 2014. Because Generations For Peace believes that tracking change is a crucial part of any intervention, the day focused on helping Delegates grasp...