Workshop Papers and Reports
The SCEaT team regularly compile reports and discussion papers reflecting on the topics and content of community workshops and training programs.
Some of these are available on request to approved individuals and organisations as they may be suitable for extended training purposes.
In particular they may be helpful for those working or volunteering in spaces that include community cohesion/domestic and community violence/ peace-building.
We have included the examples below to demonstrate the scope of our workshops. If the topics below are of interest to you or your organisation why not contact us to discuss tailoring a workshop for your needs.
Discussion Papers & Handbooks
These papers are based on our community cohesion workshops that were facilitated in person or online - they may be subject to limited availability to pre-approved partners and interested parties.
*Confidentiality and trust are paramount for all of us at SCEaT : We never identify participants/locations or organisations due to the sensitive nature of many of the interactive discussions in the workshops. We recognise that this may be an issue for some readers but we ask that you respect our participants rights to anonymity :
- Gender & Inclusive Education: Managing the Education Environment (Morriss C 2008)
- Gender Inclusive Approaches to Peace-building: A workbook for NGO training (Morriss C 2008)
- Feminist Theory in International Relations: A workbook and resources manual for NGO training (Morriss C 2008)
- Community Development in Hebron - harnessing the unity rather than strengthening the divide (Morriss C 2010)
- Raising the Issues - using the collective strength of women in community cohesion (Morriss C 2014)
- Gender and Strength - Women and their Muscular Bodies (Rosdahl J 2014)
- Empowerment is not a dirty word! (Morriss C 2015)
- Voices are Beautiful - the poetics of protest (Morriss C 2015)
- Recognising hidden agendas: the politics of gender roles in Australian society (Rosdahl J 2015)
- Voice, Legitimacy and Power in Interpersonal Conflicts (Morriss C 2016)
- Ability and Cultural Connections - a question of equality? (Rosdahl J 2016)
- The Invisible Hold : Coercive Control as an underlying factor in DV (Rosdahl J 2016)
- Reflections on community attitudes to the 'cry for help' - who listens? (Rosdahl J 2016)
- Understanding violence and conflict in the community (Morriss C 2017)
- Cohesive responses to debates on partnership legitimacy - the positive outcomes of same sex marriage legislation in Australia (Morriss C 2018)
All workshops are spaces of learning for both the facilitators and participants. We regularly reflect on the learning outcomes and challenges that arise in our workshops. We believe this helps us develop and improve our facilitation as well as remain engaged with our clients needs, thus our reflective reports are able to be accessed and used by everyone involved in the workshops rather than remaining the exclusive knowledge of our organisation.
Workshops 2014/2015/2016/2017 (annual in-house reflections of the various workshops - available only to participants and facilitators. Please use the contacts page to request your copy quoting the title/date[s]/location of the workshop you attended)
Coming soon, watch this space... we want to make some of our material available to the public regardless of workshop attendance.
Please be patient while we work on this new aspect of our publications - and check in regularly for updates.