We hold a number of Peace Literacy Workshops for the public throughout the year.
After a 2-day community workshop in Minneapolis, June 2019, Jeff Towle, Senior Cloud Security Solutions Architect at Intel had this to say:
“Paul K. Chappell doesn’t just want to hand out umbrellas during the thunderstorm. He wants to change the weather patterns.”
Our 2019 summer workshop was in Corvallis, Oregon, Aug. 22-25, 2019. We had participants from all over Oregon as well as Florida, California, and Washington. Check out these comments and photos!
Below, Paul K. Chappell, middle row third from left, in a group shot with some of the 2019 Summer Workshop participants:
From workshop participant Amy Frasieur, Interim Director of Prevention and Wellness, Student Health Services, Oregon State University: “Beyond excellent. Paul and Shari are masterful facilitators who assisted me in imagining the world can change, see that it can and understand a path forward to peace. We have a sacred responsibility and rare opportunity to facilitate peace and kindness in the world--in our workplaces and day-to-day interactions. I am excited to connect this work to my life and gain confidence in conflict resolution. I cannot recommend this workshop enough.”
And from Zachary Lee, Engineering student, Oregon State University: “It quickly becomes clear why these skills and concepts are so badly needed. Through them, one starts to gain a sense of why our world is so screwed up and just maybe how to start fixing it.”
Would you like to organize a workshop? Contact Jo Ann Deck