Workshops are events, given once and running for a period of 90 minutes, that provide an opportunity for assembly participants to come together to discuss and explore a specific thematic topic. There are 100 workshops spaces available and applications will be reviewed against set-criteria. Applicants should come from WCC member churches, ecumenical partners or WCC networks and be endorsed by them. [link to workshop webpage]
Provide space for the ecumenical family to discuss issues of common concern and/or emerging challenges, allowing for discussion in an environment of mutual learning;
Enable the exchange of information and sharing of knowledge, specialisation and experience, while developing common approaches to best practice;
Provide connection and bridges to the Ecumenical Encounter Programme [link];
Demonstrate the interconnectedness of topics; and
Help to develop guidance around future work and initiatives.
Each workshop will be evaluated.
There are 17 questions in this survey.