CPID Certificate Series presents Facilitating Community Conversations

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Thank you for registering for Facilitating Community Conversations. A representative from IICRD will be contact you shortly to arrange for credit card or cheque payment. We look forward to seeing you in October!


Join us on beautiful Pender Island for the inaugural course in the Child Rights in Practice Certificate Series

Facilitating Community Conversations:
Tools for Child-centred Reconciliation and Engagement
From local community movements throughout the world, to large scale global challenges impacting every community, from the deeply personal vision to the widely held social movements, these times are calling for new paradigms of social collaboration and leadership are needed to respond to these complex societal challenges.
You are invited to join us in learning to practice a new form of leadership.
This intensive 3-day experiential learning journey is designed to explore powerful processes that build community, activate collective intelligence and collaborative leadership practices to address complex community, organizational and societal challenges.
For event information and program details, see the Information Package on the IICRD website or contact IICRD at info@iicrd.org.

Hosted by The International Institute for Child Rights and Development
In Partnership with
The ŦELÁṈET Centre for Innovation and Peace
and Royal Roads University
About the Child Protection in Development Training Program (CPID)
CPID is an innovative child protection training program that supports the development of community based child and youth protection practitioners through a unique learning program. It incorporates four levels of learning which includes an online community of practice, skill recognition program, training certificates and university level degrees. To learn more, visit www.iicrd.org.

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