Would you like to give YOUTH a positive answer concerning LOVE and SEXUALITY?
Can you see that these days young people are LOST when it comes to matters such as love and sexuality and you wouldn’t like to just sit and watch it happen?
Are you looking for an ATTRACTIVE and PROFESSIONAL programme FAITHFUL to Christian principles that you live by?
If your answer to those questions is “YES!”, don’t miss our workshop at WYD Kraków 2016:
Love and Sexuality – How to Guide Youth Towards a Happy Marriage and Family These Days
conducted by Szymon Grzelak, PhD, author of the prevention programme the Archipelago of Treasures®. The programme is based on many years of research on youth and on scientific foundation. Thanks to its interesting form and well-thought methodology it gets its message across to young people. Last year around 30,000 Polish teenagers aged 14-17 participated in the programme. The number is growing every year.
Target audience: Young adults (20+) involved in “work with a mission to support youth” or considering such social/professional engagement.
If you are an adult 30+ or 40+ and you work for youth you are also invited. Your experience is needed.
Duration: Tuesday, 26th July 2016, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Place: Kraków, ul. Akademicka 2, budynek B8 - Sala wykładowa AGH (Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza) / Cracow, ul. Akademicka 2, building B8, Lecture hall of AGH (University of Science and Technology)
Organiser: The Archipelago of Treasures® Programme and the Institute for Integrated Prevention in Poland
Nature of the event:
During the workshop trainers of the Polish programme Archipelago of Treasures® (Archipelag Skarbów®) will present a mature work of Christians, which is a proven and effectiveresponse to the confusion that contemporary youth are experiencing in areas concerning love, sexuality and family. The participants will learn how to combine remaining faithful to Christian values with professionalism based on scientific research while preserving a form of work appealing to youth. The event will inspire and give hope to young leaders from other countries as well as offer an opportunity for cooperation after the WYD.
Szymon Grzelak, PhD
President of the Institute for Integrated Prevention