Our weekend in Krzyzowa started with Andrea’s “Run and kiss“ energizer. When we boosted our energy up, we could listen our trainer Max who was speaking about Intercultural conflict.
Than we were split into teams by counting to 6 in Lithuanian. It was very interesting, but at the same time it was hard to pronounce it for most of us but finally we did it.
Our task was to share our own experience with intercultural conflict. We had a chance to use one special drama method – by using methods of August Boal’s theatre of the opressed.
It was working in the way that one group showed examples of a specific cultural conflict. And after that our colleagues tried to change our positions to resolve the conflict.
– Simona, Slovakia; Vlad, Romania & Marija, Lithuania