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Community Building with Chris Kutarna

Description

Join RPL and author Chris Kutarna in a community building conversation.

Additional Information

Join us on zoom   - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3939037038

What has the pandemic revealed to you?  Join us in discovering the complex answers to this question and what it says about our community.  This is not about forming a committee. It is not about solving a problem. It is about hearing from diverse voices and building connections.

Join us as we use the basecamp model for bringing people together in conversation. Basecamp, developed by Chris Kutarna, is a series of facilitated conversation where people come together to better understand complex issues facing our communities, to ask questions, to hear perspectives from other sectors and experiences, and to learn new ways of having conversations.    

Our hope is that this will help us all gain knowledge and insights as we work to move forward positively and productively in uncertain times.   

Chris Kutarna was born and raised in Regina and is currently living in London. He is a published author, two-time Governor General’s Medalist, a Commonwealth Scholar and Fellow of the Oxford Martin School. In 2019, he presentered at Regina Public Library to a sold-audience on the findings and ideas of his book Age of Discovery. 

This program is presented through zoom. 

Schedule of Activities

9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

  • Welcome
  • Keynote - Chris Kutarna
  • Breakout Conversations – small groups supported by trained facilitators
  • Reflections and journaling exercise (logbook creation)– individual exercise
  • Conclusion to Part 1 – Chris Kutarna

10:45 a.m.

              Interlude – on your own

11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

  • Welcome back and introduction to Part 2– Chris Kutarna
  • Logbook exercise – what has been revealed
  • Prepping the breakout conversations – Chris Kutarna
  • Breakout conversations
  • Conclusion and next steps

Preparing for Community Building conversation with Chris Kutarna

Questions to help you think about “What has the pandemic revealed to you?”

  • What have you discovered that is important to you and/or the community?
  • What do I need and what am I grateful for?
  • What are we not talking about?
  • What could we start doing today that would make an immediate positive change?
  • What do I see on the next horizons?

 

35 spots available
Registration Closed

When


Nov 17 2020, 9:30am

Where


Online, Zoom 5

Event Type


Special Events

Topic


Politics and Current Events
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