What is Community Dialogue?
Community dialogue events will create safe spaces for local people to engage in conversations about the things that are important to them. The programme aims to bring together the voices of local people to discuss identity, diversity and living together. The programme also seeks to give opportunity for local people to have their voices and stories heard and connect with others across Walsall.
During the project local people will:
Why is it important to have dialogue?
In our diverse society, positive relations between people of different faiths, beliefs and cultures are essential. Community Dialogue creates spaces where people can engage with questions around identity and meet people different from themselves. This enables people to learn from each other and create understanding and trust between people.
What are the benefits of taking part in Community Dialogue?
Community Dialogue will generate opportunities for often unheard voices and stories across Walsall to be heard. Through creative sessions participants will be able to express their own stories and have the opportunity to learn from others. This project will give the participants the opportunity to create stronger connections and friendships across Walsall.
Updated 04.01.2021 - The Faith and Belief Forum continue to deliver their projects online.
How will the project work?
The project will be split into 3 Phases.
Feedback from participants
How can an individual or a group be part of Community Dialogue?
If you are interested in getting involved as a participant or to bring Community Dialogue to a group that you run please contact Daisy King on firstname.lastname@example.org