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Being a multiplier: How to run workshops to encourage conversations
9 June 2021, 16:01 UTC
It can be very rewarding and motivating to campaign together as a group. One way to bring others in could be to design and run workshops. Here are some ideas about the process and the content, including workshop design and facilitation, tips to consider in workshops and examples to run a consent workshop and a creative ideation process. There are many different approaches and exercises for consent training and workshops. The ones below are based on experiences from activists who have contributed to this toolkit.
Design your workshop
Before designing a workshop, you should be able to clearly answer: what is its purpose or intention and what are the desired outcomes? Once you have these, you could use the I.D.O.A.R.T framework to design it.
Make sure you have the right space, time and facilitation methods for the number of participants, and a good facilitator who is clear about the intention of the workshop and can guide the group to reach the desired objectives, adapting as needed. Here are some facilitation resources.
How to talk about rape and consent in workshops :
Creative ideation workshop
If you want to generate ideas with a group of people on how to represent what consent looks like, you could host a creative ideation workshop. See guidance in Chapter 5 of the toolkit.
Read more about how to respond and support survivors of sexual assault in the next blog. 
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