The 2020 Social Developers' Network Workshop has completed.
It was held at the Don Bosco retreat centre in Lysterfield Victoria,17 to 22 January, 2020
The theme: Uncovering and honing skills and strategies for being an effective catalyst for social change.
Participant Reflections On the Workshop
- Harry Creamer, SDN Co-ordinator: "The best participation incorporates both intellectual and emotional. So people were moved. I mean, yes, they were moved to tears at times by the depth of the discussions, of the sort of topics that we were covering".
- Tom Livanos: "I've met various individuals, which is the other motivator to come to a place like this, because I felt it was very open to anyone who was interested in the wider world of modern society to come along and thrash out ideas. So that openness was a big appeal to me."
- John Russell: "(Ned Iceton) and I started these workshops as a way of trying to promote social change and help people to participate in social change movements. We had the concept of looking at both the personal and the community (so these) workshops are different from most in that they attempt to cover both aspects."
If you are interested in promoting social change, community development, co-operation strategies, or personal growth, consider attending
The 2020 Social Developers' Network Workshop.
17 to 22 January, 2020
This workshop is completed. We leave the information here out of interest.
Uncovering and honing skills and strategies for being an effective catalyst for social change.
If you can think globally, act locally and be personal, become part of this workshop's dynamic agenda.
Lysterfield, Dandenong Ranges Foothills, Vic.
“You can’t be an optimal part of social development unless you’re working on yourself.” -- Ned Iceton