Workshops are targeted to pupils, students and other interested groups. Participants get information on violence. They can learn why nonviolence works and how to use nonviolent ways of communication. We encourage them to seek a sense of power in them and not in a position of power over others.
We try to give everyone the opportunity to participate and express their own ideas and opinions. That is why we use different techniques such as get-to-know-each-other exercises, icebreaker exercises, a guided group discussion, reflection in pairs or groups, role-play, audio-visual techniques, creative activities, social interaction games and lectures. We adapt the techniques to the needs of the workshop participants.
We conduct intervention workshops when violence or communication problems ocurr at school or in a particular class. We tailor the themes and techniques to a specific situation. We also conduct intervention workshops for employees and parents, in order to better deal with the situation and better solve problems.