PATHWAYS TO PARTNERSHIPS: SUPPORTING AT-RISK PARENTS (2days)
When parents are unable to adequately meet their children’s needs, professional helpers may be called in to intervene. While children can and do benefit, too often they are left feeling abandoned or caught between divided loyalties. In this workshop participants explore approaches to working with parents/caregivers that go beyond shame and blame, that allow helpers to let go of the unrealistic role of ‘problem fixer’, and that create the conditions needed for genuine parent-helper partnerships.
BUILDING BRIDGES, TEARING DOWN WALLS:
STRATEGIES FOR COMMUNITY RECOVERY (2 - 3 days)
In this workshop participants examine the principles of a community recovery model that supports a unified community-based approach to addressing social problems. The emphasis is on using storytelling, art-based exercises and group reflection to explore practical approaches to mobilizing communities for positive change.
November 3, 4 & 5, 2017 25 Hastings Blvd. Winnipeg, MB
At the Heart of the Matter:
Personal Storytelling in a Digital World
Stories from West Broadway, Spence and Selkirk neighbourhoods ...
In November 2019 Community Works partnered with WEST BROADWAY COMMUNITY SERVICES Inc. to deliver a Digital Storytelling
workshop on the theme of
"Culture and Identity" with
Indigenous residents and
Newcomers from that neighbourhood. Watch for a PUBLIC GALA to present stories from the workshop. (Postponed due to Covid-19.)
Two other story and art-based projects are in the development stage in collaboration with
SPENCE NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOCIATION
and the INDIGENOUS FAMILY CENTRE. These projects will invite
Indigenous residents, Newcomers,
and settlers from past migrations
to explore "Stories of Home and Community" together.
Full refund for cancellations received in writing (e-mail, website contact) up to 2 weeks before the start date of the workshop, minus a $25 administration fee.
For groups of 5 or more, 3 weeks notice is required for full refund.
50% refund for cancellations received in writing (e-mail, website contact) between 1 and 2 weeks before the start date of the workshop.
No refund for cancellations received less than 7 days before the start date of the workshop.
Alternatively, paid-up registrations may be transferred to another person for the scheduled workshop.
Community Works reserves the right to cancel workshops when there are insufficient registrations. BE SURE TO REGISTER EARLY.