Virtually amazing: how to create meaningful in-person and online interactions
23 August 2018, Paris
The workshop will explore how to foster effective, participatory, offline and online learning experiences.
Participants will explore how to deliver practical applied improvisation activities for meetings and training in the humanitarian and climate sectors which can be used straight away. You will also learn about improvisation principles, and how to adapt what you’re doing to the context in which you are working.
The workshop will be delivered by Belina Raffy & Jeanne Lambin, who are both active members of the Applied Improvisation Network and Improv for Humanity, along with Julia Barrott, from the Stockholm Environment Institute, who specialises in knowledge sharing and learning linked to climate change adaptation and related issues.
The day is supported by PLACARD and will be limited to twenty participants:
- 10 applied improvisers interested in learning how better to support organisations in the humanitarian sector
- 10 people from the humanitarian and climate sector interested in creating more engaging and effective meetings and training
The workshop will present an additional opportunity for co-learning and collaboration!
Participants will be asked to complete a short survey and reading before the event.
Please register your interest as soon as possible – contact Julia Barrott, with a short paragraph introducing yourself and explaining why you would like to join the workshop.