Trust Building Workshop, 8 October 2016
Trust building is a half-day course that aims to discuss and share key principles in the planning, building and improving of TRUST within and among faith and ethnic communities in the aftermath of a crisis. This scenario-based workshop will allow the IRCC members to obtain an appreciation of present strengths and address the gaps in the area of trust building. Participants will learn how they can play a part to promote social cohesion.
- To build deeper bonds and trust between members of the IRCC
- To reflect upon & build the values, attitudes and behavioural norms that members would like to nurture for the group
- To reflect upon and build the opportunities and challenges facing the group that how they would like to address them
- Participants are invited reflect upon, articulate, clarify, negotiate and agree upon the values, attitudes and behaviours they require for the duration the course
- Participants are invited to reflect on and share societal perceptions of differences
- Highly experiential activity that taps on kinaesthetic, intrapersonal, interpersonal, spatial and mathematical-logical spheres of multiple intelligences.
- Connections to community and personal perceptions and how this affects community relations will be facilitated through sharing of personal narratives – setting the scene for the workshop.
IRCC members and Representatives from Religious Organisations