Yellowknife Centre for Teaching Peace and Peace Cafe ("YKCTP")
Stewart (the Elder) plans on being in Yellowknife December 1 to 10 (less a
little side trip to Fort Simpson) to facilitate a series of dialogues to take
the discussion to the next level of action, help us develop a common language
and approach a common “wavelength”. I currently am thinking those
dialogues would include:
preliminary protocol for creating safe space (ref. http://www.peace.ca/CCOPPprotocol.htm
), including the principles of Social Intelligence (ref. http://www.peace.ca/socialintelligence.htm
) and building better relationships
of a Yellowknife Culture of Peace Program (or "Yellowknife Peace
Initiative"), leading to the development of a Vision and Action Plan
for a Yellowknife Culture of Peace Program, following the principles of
the United Nations Culture of Peace and Non-violence Program.
principles of Servant Leadership (ref. http://www.peace.ca/servantleadership.htm
) Discussion of how the Implementation Team will work.
Survey - What would you like to see with the Yellowknife Centre for Teaching
Peace and Peace Cafe? and “What
is the vision of the programming side of YKCTP, and time line”
organizing a regular Speaker Series and Workshop Series by soliciting
Expressions of Interest by existing organizations and people.
(please let me know at stewartr[at]peace.ca
or 873-5595 what other things you would like to see happen).
will be bringing my Peace Library and bookshelves to set up December 1.
donations of furniture (priority on café tables and chairs; stacking chairs for
workshops; book shelves).
Implementation Team would gather to help guide the unfolding of the new Resource
Centre and Peace Café (“YKCTP”) over the next 9 month gestation period.
We would be guided by the principles of Servant Leadership (ref. http://www.peace.ca/servantleadership.htm
) and our preliminary protocol for creating safe space (ref. http://www.peace.ca/CCOPPprotocol.htm
2. The "Incubator Mall"
2. The "Incubator Mall"
Space is now available to rent in the Peace Building. It is our intention for it to be a gathering place for people and organizations involved in various aspects of building peace at the individual, family, community, NWT and world levels, and to share services. Enquiries should be directed to Bob Stewart at stewartr[at]peace.ca or 873-5595.
look forward to your further thoughts and hope you will join us and help find
For more information:
Bob Stewart, C.A., C.M.C.
Facilitator, Yellowknife Centre for Teaching Peace
Director, Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace
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