The Worldwork seminar is an experiential training seminar in conflict work, facilitation and community building, facilitated by an international team of process-oriented facilitators. It provides a unique opportunity for people from around the world to come together in a powerful forum for focusing on and working with social, environmental, and political issues using group process, relationship and innerwork skills. By bringing awareness to the many parts and dimensions of experiences in any conflict, opportunities emerge to transform communities.
Between three to five hundred people, from thirty to forty countries, participate in these six to ten day gatherings. These days include theoretical and experiential training in large group settings, where a variety of issues relevant to the group and the world are processed.
Small groups meet daily to practice specific training exercises and process group issues in a more intimate environment. Relationship work and inner work are integral aspects of worldwork methodology. Participants may attend one-to-one personal development sessions to focus on individual issues that might arise.
Sessions are included in the price of tuition. Special interest groups have an opportunity for coalition building and networking. Social awareness and educational groups are also a cohesive part of the program.