Articles Tagged with the word ‘workshop’


/ Education, Media

17 Oct 2014


A pioneering workshop in London next month aims to equip journalists to better serve society by creating content that is more engaging and empowering for their audiences

Jini and Polly

/ Wellbeing

10 Feb 2014


What does it take to achieve the seemingly impossible? Jini Reddy spends a weekend at Hawkwood College with Polly Higgins, the woman campaigning for a law against ecosystem destruction, and discovers what makes the ‘Earth lawyer’ tick

Path of Love

/ Body & Mind

30 Sep 2013


Workshop veteran Rose Rouse tries out a self-development course with one-to-one support for all who take part and finds that this level of care, combined with the group process environment, makes for a powerful experience


Performers Without Borders



11 Mar 2009


From a small village in the dusty plains of north India, to the humid intensity of a railway junction, Performers Without Borders have been sowing the seeds of positive change.


Wild Free and Coming Back



31 Aug 2008



Gaia University – Start Up Intensive at Findhorn



31 Jul 2008


Findhorn College is hosting a Start Up Intensive workshop for entry into the Gaia University system.


Signs of the City



09 Apr 2008


Signs of the City' was a three-day workshop at Space, led by artistDouglas Nicolson, which consisted of taking photographs around Hackneyto mark the specific locations in the borough that were important tothe young people taking part.


From Street to Screen



09 Apr 2008


The second project Headliners reporters visited was a dance workshop at Hoxton Hall.


Colour Therapy for Animals



11 Jul 2007


This workshop will explain Colour Therapy Healing and how colour energyis used by professional colour therapists for treating animals


Going for Gold with the Arts Award



21 Mar 2007


Want to communicate your ideas with the world? Are you tired oftraditional qualifications? Then the Arts Award might be for youÖ


Fairtrade Universities



21 Mar 2007


One wet day in February, representatives from UK universities gathered in Leeds to attend the People & Planet Fairtrade Universities and Colleges Conference. An event full of motivational addresses, delegate workshops and interesting stalls, the conference appealed to both the established Fairtrade universities and those just starting out alike.


Wishing Stones



24 May 2006


A unique children's art workshop will be the springboard for the inspirational two year Heart Land project in Bury St Edmunds. Wishing Stones, will give youngsters a chance to get creative on a theme of peace.


Broccoli back by Popular Demand



02 May 2006


Purple Broccoli Theatre returns for its third tour of S.T.A.R. Following two extremely successful tours of Croydon primary schools in 2005.


Eco-Carnival on Ludlow's Streets



18 Apr 2006


This year, for the first time, the Green Festival is working in partnership with Festive Ludlow, in an endeavour to support and incorporate a green theme' into the existing carnival.


GAIA Learning Centre



05 Apr 2006


The GAIA foundation is inviting everyone to participate in a new series of weekend workshops, based at their centre, based in Hampstead, London.


GAIA Weekend Workshops



13 Mar 2006


The GAIA foundation is inviting everyone to participate in a new series of weekend workshops, based at their centre, based in Hampstead, London.


Growing Kids Workshops



28 Feb 2005


The Environmental Youth Alliance are offering an exciting, new, interactive educational workshop for young children that enables them to grow their own food, raising awareness of food issues at the local and global scale. Aiming to educate children on Food Security and Urban Agriculture, Growing Kids incorporates the curriculum while providing a fun learning experience on getting the garden...


Creative Space



30 Sep 2003


Acorn Bank, a National Trust site in Cumbria, England may be best known for its annual Apple Festival', which promotes indigenous apple species. Experts will be on hand again on Apple day, October 21st to identify apples and offer advice.


Right Values, Right Relationships



30 Jun 2003


Following extensive consultation with more than 2000 primary school heads, Ministers face growing concern about the impact of tests for seven, eleven and fourteen year olds. The Primary Education Alliance has now added its voice to growing mainstream dissent about SATS (Standard Assessment Tests), which they believe leave youngsters 'disillusioned, de-motivated and disaffected'.


Instruments of Peace



30 Dec 2001


This summer, a musical workshop led to the creation of an orchestra comprised of gifted Israeli, Egyptian, Jordanian, Lebanese and Palestinian students. It was organised by Daniel Barenboim, the music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.