Connecting local responses around the world
Here are two ideas: “What made you smile this morning?” – Marlou de Rouw“Ask persons to introduce themselves by saying what fruit best describe them and why.” – Autry HaynesPlease share yours (a…Continue
Dear All,Please share your thoughts and experience on the following questions raised by contributions to The Constellation’s 2019 Report: Why can’t a facilitator also be an educator?In the context of…Continue
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Jean-Louis Lamboray gave a series of seminars to social service students of the Potsdam University, inviting SALT-CLCP facilitators from Belgium, England, France, India, Kenya, Spain, Thailand, and The Netherlands: “An authentic learning community unfolded as we shared about SALT and CLCP, so we decided to continue. Join us!”
Bellow are the minutes of our first session about storytelling and SALT on Friday, the 5th of February.
To meet Liza is to take the pulse of a story of transformation that begins in her, splashes on her family and impacts her vision of the world and her way of being an actress in it. For the full article, visit the cooperative blog of Belcompetence - Constellation Belgium: https://constellationbelgium.org/blog-cooperatif-2/
“... from the moment the fogged glasses find a little light, you see things differently…Continue
Yezeed is an employee at an agency that offers services to refugees. He is a former refugee of Sudan himself. He shares the story of the ups and downs of the project he facilitates: Actiegroep Eigen Huis (pressure group "each of us his own house”).
It started after the end of the SALT training in Hilversum, Yezeed says. With a few facilitators, we made a SALT visit to a group of refugees with a temporary residence permit. They arrived in the Netherlands approx. 2 years ago from…Continue