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A photo of facilitators Andy and Jack leading a workshop with a group of young people. Andy and Jack are stood up, and the young people are sat on the floor watching them. Andy is stood next to a cardboard cutout of singer Ed Sheeran, which has several post-it notes with words written on attached to it.

Workshops

At Voicebox, we believe in learning through doing. That's why we offer drama-based interactive workshops to help participants unpack challenging conversations in a safe and inclusive environment.

 

Led by a team of expert facilitators, all our workshops are 90 minutes long, however we can adapt any of our workshops in length/content to suit your organisation's needs. 

 

*Workshops and assemblies can be delivered individually, or as part of a package (i.e. an assembly to a year group followed by a series of workshops). Check out our assemblies here.

After this workshop:

 

  • 83% of participants have a better understanding of how gender stereotypes can impact relationships.
     

  • 82% of participants would like us to come back to deliver something different.
     

  • 100% of teachers/leaders felt participants benefited from the session. 

In this workshop participants will:

 

  • Reflect on and connect with positive relationships they have in their lives

  • Consider what makes these relationships positive and healthy

  • Identify the benefits of having healthy relationships 

  • Define key terms (such as gender stereotypes and/or gendered social norms) 

  • Recall and discuss gendered social norms / gender stereotypes and their negative impact  

  • Analyse ‘real-life’ scenarios of relationships that have some kind of conflict (e.g. rejection, peer pressure, etc.)

  • Discuss how gender stereotypes may be impacting the real-life relationship scenarios

  • Propose and practically explore solutions to overcome the conflict

  • Commit to challenging gender stereotypes and improving their relationships

Healthy Relationships

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In this workshop participants will:

Define key terms (healthy and unhealthy masculinity)
 

Discuss reasons as to why we should aspire toward healthy masculinity 
 

Learn about what ‘healthy masculinity’ is in practice / in-action
 

Understand the negative impacts of unhealthy masculinity
 

Practically explore ways of doing healthy masculinity

Healthy Masculinity:

What it means to be a ‘good’ man

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