Digital skills include not only "digital hard skills" such as coding but also "digital soft skills", i.e. how we behave online and how we integrate digital technology into our personal, professional and civic lives. In this workshop, Initiatives of Change Switzerland invites participants to reflect on the relationship between their personal values and their use of technology, and to exchange views on how to adapt their own behavior if necessary.
Listening is a core skill in the work of a peacemaker. True listening involves the whole self in ways that can have a profound effect on the listener. Harrowing stories and events can touch us at deep and unpredictable levels and can be detrimental to our health, wellbeing and our work. In the peacebuilding world there is a need to create more space for self-care and we believe that inner listening plays such a supportive role when used as a…
This session is organized by Initiatives of Change (IofC) Switzerland and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) as part of the Geneva Peace Week 2020. It will explore the dynamics of environmental peacebuilding through three case-studies, with a view to replicating and scaling-up solutions.
The Designing Participatory Events (DPE) training will teach you how to make the best of the skills and methods you already have by improving your process design skills to best meet the needs of a group and its task.
There has been considerable thought applied to the nature of change, how to describe it, and how best to understand it, approach it or bring it about. This two day course offers ICA’s perspective on change in an organisational context, introducing a series of tools and frameworks which enable people to take a more holistic view and ensure that the “human factor” is included.