World Cafe event

Wednesday 24th May 2017 at Shehnai hosted by Reading Community Learning Centre and Thames Valley Police The World Cafe for BAME women aims to reach out to the community and facilitate engagement between the police and those they serve. 

The event will have 2 guest speakers and you will have the opportunity to discuss each topic in smaller groups. Everyone is encouraged to share their ideas and thoughts, and the purpose is to just get everyone talking! 

What is the World Cafe? 

The World Cafe is a structured conversation process that allows large groups of people to talk courteously together about their desires for the future of Reading. Following simple guidelines, participants discuss key questions in small groups at separate tables. The small groups shift and the conversation evolves as people change tables, share insights and perspectives, and discover what is commonly believed, desired and valued by community members. We will harvest emerging ideas from the discussion to identify dreams, opportunities, dilemmas and the next steps for getting what we collectively want. 

There will also be information stalls around the hall for you to get information, advice and guidance on a variety of issues.

We will provide refreshments.

Booking with Bhavya at RCLC reception or through the following contacts: rclcinfo@yahoo.co.uk / 0118 959 5455.
Venue - Shehnai, 75 London Street, Reading RG1 4QA (In front of RCLC).

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