Towards a renaissance in open communication
Overcoming Oppressive Communication that Maintain Marginalisation in Local and Broader Communities Through Open Dialogue and the Experience of Trialogue.
A one day interactive conference where speakers, performers and conference participants will explore the prevailing impact of dysfunctional oppressive communication patterns on marginalised communities.
The practice of ‘open dialogue’ through the experience of ‘Trialogue’ will be discussed and played out as an innovative, creative and effective process for marginalisation in communities to be uncovered and redressed.
The conference will be of particular interest to people experiencing marginalisation, their families and those who provide services to them - from the areas of:
- Mental health
- Intellectual disability
- Older people
- Other culturally diverse groups in society
For further information:
Download: Transforming Dialogues Flyer
Print: Conference programme
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|9am||Welcome and Introduction to the day's schedule|
|9.30am||Theatre of the Oppressed with D’Illussionary Players & Aidan Conron
(a series of short performances to illustrate the impact of oppressive communication)
|2pm||Marianne Schulze, Human Rights Consultant
‘Dysfunctional communications courtesy of the legal system’
|2.45pm||Michaela Amering, Paddy McGowan & Liam MacGabhann
Overcoming oppression – the place of Open Dialogue through ‘Trialogue’
‘Giving testimony to the effect of Open Dialogue ‘
|4pm||The experience of Open Dialogue in Action - ‘you and you and you….’|