Join Sascha Altman DuBrul in this interactive workshop examining an emerging engagement framework being used in peer support communities in the United States.
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Courses and Workshops taking place at Conway Hall
A workshop led by Spare Tyre exploring play, performance and the body in space led by learning disabled artists. You will be guided through how to make performances and create a space to play in, with experimentation with sounds, movements, touch, vibrations, colours.
This workshop with Giles Bunch is for people who are already interested in space exploration, as well as anyone new to the subject who wants to learn more in a supportive, friendly environment. The session will centre around the theme of “the ‘frontier’ in deep space”.
Mind in Camden’s one-day workshop will cover both practical and theoretical approaches to the disputed diagnosis of “Borderline Personality Disorder”, facilitated by someone with lived / living experience of these issues.
This panel discussion led by Health Poverty Action brings together speakers from trade unions, racial justice campaigners, farmers working in the drugs trade to discuss what legal regulation could look like.
Join the team behind the 12 Rules for WHAT podcast for a participatory workshop on fascism, antifascism and the far right as we identify emerging trends in the far right and discuss how a strategic antifascist movement can effectively oppose the spread of new fascisms.
A masterclass in how all of us can achieve extraordinary things from the man whose research inspired Malcolm Gladwell’s famous 10,000 hours rule with Professor Anders Ericsson.
The London School of Philosophy is delighted to announce registration is now open for the next in our tremendously successful annual fixture hosted at Conway Hall.
How do activists and non-activists exist in the world together? Should we all be activists? Or is it time for a new activism? Anthea Lawson and Pippa Evans explore what happens in the space between activists and everyone else.
These groups are for those of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage who are training to become psychotherapists and counsellors. Students who have completed their course and are working towards registration are also invited.
London School of Philosophy present their Autumn Term, with courses on subjects including Plato & Aristotle, German Idealism, French Thought from the Middle Ages to the Present, Lacan with Levinas and Satre, and much more.