This intimate and playful workshop may appeal to you if you want to start 2016 with some time out to consider what makes you feel vital, alive and passionate, reconnect with forgotten gifts or talents, and begin the process of envisioning future possibilities.
This one-off workshop will take place in the OSCAILT Centre on Pembroke Road Dublin 4 brings together a small group of women and through a creative process using journaling, arts and crafts, poetry, dance, deep reflection and storytelling we will dive into ourselves to reclaim hidden jewels and talents, clarify priorities, and empower ourselves with a new vision of our potential. If you’d like to join this small group of like-hearted women email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
About Shirley Graham
Dr. Shirley Graham is a researcher, teacher and facilitator in the area of women’s empowerment, peace and security. She has an MA in International Relations from DCU and a PhD from NUI Maynooth on Gender & International Peacekeeping. She currently works as an advisor to peace building and women’s rights organisations north and south of the island. Some of her research was recently published in ‘Gender & Peacebuilding: all hands required’ by Lexington.