Following the success of Race reflections’ first ever community workshops, organised in partnership with the Women’s Campaign Office of the National Union of Students (NUS), we are pleased to be able to bring to you a new set of dates!
The next workshops** are being offered as follow:
On Friday January 27th 2017 at Tindelmanor London.
Much in the current socio-economic climate requires constant digestion and processing. From the spike in hate crimes following ‘Brexit’, to the images of distressed or dead Black and Brown bodies recurrently displayed on our social media pages or ‘timelines’.
This, in addition to having to navigate everyday instances of injustice, micro-aggressions and/or structural violence can have a deep impact on our wellbeing and our sense of safety. The self-care workshops have been designed to promote safeness, connectedness and grounding in the context of our lived experiences as marginalised women.
These workshops will offer an opportunity to examine our condition, social realities and histories and their impact on our experience of the world, in order to better understand the importance of self-compassion as a way to practice self-care.
The aims of the workshops include:
* Sharing information on self-compassion and on Blackness Centred Self-Compassion
* Providing a space to reflect on our wellbeing in the context of our historical & social realities
* Exchanging practical suggestions to practice self-care and self-compassion
*Creating opportunities to network with and to both support and gain support from other women of colour attendees
Details of the workshops to be held on Friday January 27th 2017
Two workshops have been scheduled to last 2 and a half hours.
A morning workshop
From 10h30 to 13h00
An afternoon workshop*
From 14h00 to 16h30
*The afternoon workshop is for women who identify as Black only.
Who is the event for?
We are inviting women of colour that is, women from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds who feel they could benefit from the workshops.
Booking a place
To reserve a place, please email:
email@example.com with your full name, indicating clearly your preferred workshop* (see above).
We will send you an email to confirm your place has been booked within 48 hours.
Please note, places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If you are unable to attend after booking a place, please let us know as soon as possible so that your place may be given to someone else.
These workshops will be facilitated by Guilaine Kinouani.
Travel contributions Currently, we are not able to fund or contribute towards attendees’ travel costs.
Light snacks will be provided however, if you require a full lunch please make your own arrangements.
Accessibility The venue is accessible for wheelchair users. Please contact us for additional information about access.
** The present workshops are offered to women who did not attend the initial round of workshops. Follow up workshops for initial attendees are in planning and will be offered to those concerned directly. For details of dates of workshops in Manchester, please get in touch.
We look forward to meeting you! Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of query: firstname.lastname@example.org