Wednesday, 24 July 2013


September 24th will see me running two workshops here in Nottingham. They will both be based upon a combination of Girlguiding and teaching experience, and will be suitable for anyone working with young people of the cited age range, whether youth leaders, teachers or other professionals.

I'm really grateful to the team at Nottingham Women's Centre and at the WEA in Nottingham, whose generousity has meant that I'm able to offer these important workshops free of charge!

Human Rights & Gender Equality (9.30am – 12.00pm) 
A practical workshop for those working with young people aged 7-13 about discussing rights, relationships and gender stereotypes. The session will involve games and activities, as well as evaluation techniques and practical information on how to involve parents and establish safe space.

 Breaking the Taboo (1.30pm – 4.00pm) 
A practical workshop for those working with young people aged 14+ about discussing violence, sexting, consent and healthy relationships. The session will involve activities and discussions, including how to engage boys in gender equality, as well as offer practical information on agencies, resources and how to measure outcomes.

Both of these workshops will take place at the WEA o Mapperley Road in Nottingham and have places for twelve participants.

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