Community Cafés are an ongoing program providing spaces and opportunities for members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, migrant and refugee communities, new and emerging communities, and firmly established communities in Australia to talk in a comfortable, respectful and creative setting.
Participants meet face-to-face in a safe environment to build relationships, learn about and from each other, and work towards a more cohesive and friendly community which acknowledges diversity as strength. They are perfect opportunities to meet with and learn about people from different nationalities, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds and faiths, to learn more about each other and to develop relationships on a deeper level.
Community Cafés are based on the World Café Conversations facilitation method in which participants engage in small group conversations about questions that matter to them. The Community Café Dialogues are an initiative of PaCSIA, a not-for-profit organisation located in Brisbane.
RAC Qld looks forward to hearing the speaker from Community Café Dalogues at the 2015 RAC QLD Brisbane Refugee Welfare and Advocacy Conference.
Find more on Community Café Dialogues here.
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Venue and dates
Saturday 7 March
Workshop Stream A 1:45 -2:45
B Block, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Gardens Point Campus