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Further Training for You and Your Team

Content and methodology are always tailored to the needs, objectives and resources of the client and the participants and may have the following focal points:

  • Innovation processes
  • Moderation & facilitation
  • Participatory project management (planning, monitoring, evaluation)
  • Intercultural competencies
  • Democracy education
  • ESD+: human rights education, civic education

A seminar or workshop can already be the right training format for three or more participants, group sizes of about 6-15 participants allow intensive training with room for individual concerns, also larger groups can benefit from participatory seminar concepts and specific large-group formats depending on the spatial and temporal conditions.


Individual seminar and workshop formats on request


Please [» contact] me if you are interested in a seminar or workshop format or would like support in designing an innovative workshop concept. I offer seminars and workshops for different target groups. 
Moderation & Facilitation * Workshop Design * Simulations * Participatory Learning Processes * Open Space *


Exemplary seminar and workshop formats

In the following I give an exemplary overview of alternative methods for seminar and workshop formats from different areas of application:

Building Blocks of Democracy (Democracy Education / Human Rights Education) since 2016
  · Reflection and critical analysis of fundamental values and conflicting ideals in democracy.
  · Empowerment to take part in shaping our democracy according to one's values and beliefs

A concept supported by the [» association Demokrative], Building Blocks of Democracy (Demokratiebausteine) [» project's homepage]

Éducation21 ( has included our module on the subject of "participation rights" in its database of extracurricular actors: [» Link to the database entry]

Our work at the NMS Bern has been documented by éducation21 and is available online as a video-supported [» practical example 'Lernmodul Demokratiebausteine am Gymnasium NMS Bern'] (available in DE/FR/IT).

Conflict-sensitive project management (peacebuiling) since 2015
  · descriptive tool for planning, monitoring and evaluation of projects in conflict settings
  · systematic analysis of individual project and context components in 7 steps
  · More details on the method [» Do-No-Harm]

Graduated Do-No-Harm Train the Trainers at KURVE Wustrow (Wendland), 2015

The Betzavta method 'Together' Trainings (peacebuilding programme / democracy education) since 2007
  · training intercultural competence, democracy education and communication
  · experiential group exercises to reflect on one's own attitudes and behaviour
  · dealing with conflict resolution and democratic decision-making
  · developed by Dr. Uki Maroshek-Klarman and the [» Adam Insitute for Democracy and Peace] in Israel and adapted for Germany by the [» Center for Applied Policy Research (CAP)]
  · a list of institutes and trainers working with this method can be found on this [» Betzavta map]

Train the trainer in 2007, offered by the Centre for Applied Policy Research (CAP) Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich at the Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Europäische Bildungs und Begegnungsstätte Bad Bevensen
Training Courses, offered by the ADAM Institute on its unique educational method developed by Dr. Uki Maroshek: “The Betzavta method – Converting Conflicts into Dilemmas”

Future workshops (participatory project planning / empowerment / socio-cultural animation) since 2006
  · Group-based method for building our future together in participative processes
  · creative future development in 3 phases
  · also suitable for participatory project planning and activities in the field of socio-cultural animation
    Train the Trainer Zukunfswerkstätten according to Robert Jungk & Norbert R. Müllert, cooperation between ZUKUNFTSWERKSTÄTTEN (Marktschellenberg), ecce (Berlin), and the Akademie für soziale und politische Bildung Haus am Maiberg (Heppenheim), 2006

Policy Simulations (National and European negotiation processes) since 2002
  · Understand and negotiate complex decision-making processes and thus gain a deeper understanding of political structures
  · applied negotiation training

Facilitating policy simulations at universities and in vocational training in Germany and Switzerland in cooperation with EuroSoc GmbH and Eurosoc#Digital gGmbH since 2009 as part of the Juniortem Europa, Centrum für angewandte Politikwissenschaft (CAP), facilitating policy simulations for pupils in high schools and secondary schools from 2004 to 2006.



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