Dialogue CafĂ© Association is organising a cycle of workshops aimed at promoting a culture of peace and dialogue by providing people â€“ in particular youth and young adults â€“ with new tools to understand and manage disputes, transform and solve conflicts.
This project aims at contributing to develop a culture of peace dialogue, peace building and cooperation among young adults. Following international best practices in this field, the peacebuilding workshops and trainings will comprise the following five basic modules:
- Module 1 â€“ Introduction, trust building, expectations and ground rules etc.
- Module 2 â€“ Challenges of reconciliation â€“ what reconciliation means; dilemmas of reconciliation; sustaining reconciliation work.
- Module 3Â â€“ Conflict and context analysis.
- Module 4Â â€“ Concepts for peacebuilding, principles and framework.
- Module 5Â â€“ Communication and conflict handling.
These workshops will be run by the Dialogue CafĂ© Lisbon and Dialogue CafĂ© Rio de Janeiro in cooperation with a range of partners. This five sessions training will take place from 14h to 15h30 onÂ 20, 21, 25, 26 and 27 August 2015.
Sign-up before 10 August by sending us an email at daliasendra (at) casadoregalo.pt.
For more information about the sessions check-out theÂ DC_ Peacebuilding Trainings or contact us at daliasendra (at) casadoregalo.pt.
With the aim of supporting social entrepreneurship in creative sectors, the Dialogue CafĂ© Association offer its network to address the challenges faced by creative and social entrepreneurs, provide networking and partnerships opportunities, promote research and reflection, share good practices and case studies as well as support the development of social entrepreneurâ€™s competences.
With this purpose, the Dialogue CafĂ© Association is organising a programme of sessions on Cycle â€śCreative Hubs and Entrepreneurship for Social Changeâ€ť.
First session on “Censorship in a global and changing world: religion, politics and economics”.
In this framework, a first session untitledÂ â€śExchanging thoughts on creative hubs and entrepreneurship as vehicle for social changeâ€ť, will allow us to introduce the main expected outcomes of this cycle of sessions and identify the challenges and opportunities of using creative industries as a tool for social entrepreneurship. Experts, entrepreneurs, makers, organisations promoting social entrepreneurship in the field of creative industries will join us in different cities of the Dialogue CafĂ© Network and take the floor to discuss about these issues.
The cycle on creative hubs and social entrepreneurship will take place during 2015 second semester! Keep posted and updated!
For more information, contact us at daliasendra (at) casadoregalo.pt
Session on Integration of Minorities and Social Cohesion
The Dialogue CafĂ© Novi Pazar was funded as result of the UN project â€śImproving Human Security for Vulnerable Communities in southwest Serbiaâ€ť. A programme of sessions have been led by Dialogue Cafe Novi Pazar since its officialÂ opening on different issues of interest such as : interethnic and interreligious trust, minority rights, non-discrimination and gender equality, the integration of minorities and community cohesion, innovative textile production and green societies, with the aim of promoting exchange of good practicesÂ with other EU countries.
In this framework, DC Novi Pazar will also lead the organisation of a session on: â€śYouth participation in decision making processes â€“ towards more accepting, open societiesâ€ť (22 June from 14h00 to 15h30 London time).Â
Participation is a fundamental right. It is one of the guiding principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that has been reiterated in many other Conventions and Declarations. Through active participation, young people are empowered to play a vital role in their own development as well as in that of their communities. The significance of participation was emphasized in the World Programme of Action for Youth, adopted by the General Assembly in 1995.
The programme will take place as follows:
Moderator: Mr.Â Stefan Kondâ€‹ic, President of theâ€‹ UN Association of Serbia Youth Section, DC Novi Pazar Team
â€“ DC Novi Pazar:
- Ms Aleksandra Knezevic – Ministry of Youth and Sport, Republic of Serbia
- Mr Jasmin Mujezinovic – Representative of the Office for Youth, Novi Pazar
- Mr Almir Rizvanovic – Representative of the youth organization MSO from Novi Pazar
â€“Â DC Lisbon:
Other participants will join us from Dialogue CafĂ© Rio de Janeiro.
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For more : info at dialoguecafe.org
In the framework of the cycle â€śChanging societies, changing journalism: a global discussion on the future of journalismâ€ť led by the University Institute of Lisbon ISCTE â€“ IUL (Portugal) and Dialogue CafĂ© Lisbon, a third global session on Â â€śThe new whistleblowers: what is the role of journalists in the digital age?â€ťÂ will be held in September. For more information follow us!
2nd Session DC – Changing Societies, Changing Journalism
Journalism is facing big challenges. Technology, internet, social changes, and other factors are bringing many questions to what and how is going to be the future of journalism. Is journalism still important? Whatâ€™s the role of journalism in a networked society? Are people still interested in what journalists have to tell them? Do they trust journalism as a good source of information? Are there new paths for journalism? Is journalism still considered the 4th power?
For example, cases like Wikileaks, the Snowden case, and even more recent LuxLeaks, brought to discussion whistleblowing and its new ways. Technology, transparency and globalization are key words in this new framework.
Discussing journalists role in this framework is of great importance, because the relation between whistleblowers and journalists is changing.
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More info: info at dialoguecafe.org
Nowadays because of globalisation and migrations youth are often confronted with the challenge of managing diversity and dealing with differences. Avoiding conflict and refraining from entering into the cycle of violent behaviour require skills that have to be taught within a broad-based, multidimensional approach to conflict transformation, youth and educational work.
Exchange session with the participation of Academia Ubuntu
This project aims at contributing to develop and to create opportunities for developing social skills, capacity of dialogue, negotiation and cooperation, in particular among teenagers and youth. Following international best practices in this field, the 4 sessions for â€śyouth transforming conflictâ€ť that are proposed will be in line namely with the kit produced by the Council of Europe to address this topic.
The sessions will focus on the following topics/activities:
1-Youth work for conflict transformation – understanding a conflict and conflict mapping (23 June)
2- Co-operation solutions (30 June)
3 - Mediation/third party interventions and negotiation (07 June)
4- Conflict themes (14 July)
DC- Training Youth transforming conflict – Programme
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Dialogue CafĂ© Association
info at dialoguecafe.org
The Dialogue CafĂ© Novi Pazar was funded as result of the UN project â€śImproving Human Security for Vulnerable Communities in southwest Serbiaâ€ť.
In this framework, DC Novi Pazar will lead a session on the topic â€śImpact of digital technologies on low tech industries – the future of textiles productionâ€ť (05 June 2015, 14h00 â€“ 15h30 London time).
The textile industry in Serbia holds a special significance, and Novi Pazar is a city with a long tradition and great potential in manufacturing textiles. Novi Pazar has a particularly strong clothes industry, more specifically making high quality jeans. You can find more information on the website of the Association of Novi Pazar textile manufacturers.
Because of the various processes involved in making jeans, this industry is considered one of the “dirtiest” in textile manufacturing. That’s why the use of eco-friendly technologies is an important issue.
On the other hand, new digital technologies enable digital design and printing via computers and special printers, without having to worry about quantity. It opens the question of how can textile manufacturers preserve tradition and product quality in a time of new challenges. What’s the future of textile manufacturing?”
Participants representing governments, civil society and private companies will join usÂ to discuss and exchange views on this issue.
Moderator: Vanja Popovic, United Nations Association of Serbia, DC Novi Pazar
–Â DC Lisbon:
- Helena Barroco, President a.i. Dialogue CafĂ© Association
- Participants from the fashion and textile field will join us during the discussion. Among them, MODATEX, IADE.
– DC Novi Pazar:
- Semih Durovic, RegionalÂ Project Manager, USAID Sustainable Local Development Project
- Representative of Association of Textile Producers ASSTEX, Novi Pazar
- Meho CamoviÄ‡, Director, School of Textile Design
Other participants fromÂ DC Florence will join us.
2015.06.05 DC – The future of textiles production – Programme
For more information contact us at: info (at) dialoguecafe.org