"UBUNTU" A Cultural Diversity Youth Workshop
"Ubuntu" is an African philosophy characterised by "OneNess" in our commonality rather than the differences by our physiology.
Ubuntu is a two-hour long Cultural Diversity workshop for youth and young adolescents. Ubuntu aims at pointing out common denominators of human experience(s) through the lense of Cultural Diversity Management.
The workshop will provide tools for understanding the benefits of cultural diversity and management of human process interaction and attempt to explain the basic concept humanity of humanity by focusing on practical aspects of compassion and positive (thinking) mindset.
Workshop is for 7th to 9th grade students. Teacher can register their group. Places available for maximum 20 students.
This event is for students.
12.00 - 12:15
Welcome Of Participants:
--> Ice-Break Encountering participants (engagement)
--> 2 x 3 min. audio-visual encounter
12:15 - 12:45
--> Concepts: Ubuntu (One-Ness), Culture, Humainity, Diversity
SESSION II (Hands-on Approach)
13.00 - 13:40:
--> Interactive Micro-Groups; 4 - 5 students per group
13:40 - 13:50
FEEDBACK & WRAP UP
END: --> GOODBYE! ADIOS! NÄKEMIN! HEIPA!
Time: 12:00 - 14:00
Event type: Hands on
Keywords: Cultural Diversity, Inclusion, Interaction, OneNess, Human Process interaction, Ubuntu, Mgamuntu Bantu.
Target group: Grades 7-9.
Contact person: Cucu Wesseh (Sosionomi Amk), Independent Community Educator
Phone number: +358 (0)44 565 9058
Central Library Oodi, Maijansali
Tölöviksgatan 4, Helsingfors, Finland