Musicians Without Borders offers professional training in community music leadership based on our working principles and expertise developed from years of working in current and post-conflict regions. Below is an overview of upcoming trainings by and with Musicians Without Borders.
For more information please contact Meagan Hughes at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A practical course in community music leadership based on Musicians Without Borders’ principles and methodology. This course deepens participants’ knowledge and skills in leading music workshops with groups of any size and age, making a connection between musical activities and MWB’s five principles of group work: Safety, Inclusion, Equality, Creativity, and Quality.
The course covers pedagogical, didactic and musical skills, offering hands-on experience in leading activities, including body percussion, drumming, singing, movement, and songwriting. View the 2018 Program
Duration: 24 hour course | 4 days
Dates: February 24-27, 2019
Location: Akoesticum, Ede, The Netherlands
Deadline: December 31, 2018
Musicians Without Borders has partnered with CONTACT to run a three week professional training program in peacebuilding and conflict transformation with electives in community music leadership. The training is open for participants who are active in their communities as musicians, workshop leaders, teachers or social activists, who would like further their knowledge of using music as a tool for peacebuilding and social change.
Dates: June 3 – 21, 2019
Location: SIT Graduate Institute, Brattleboro, Vermont, USA
Cost: More information on registration & fees here
Please send expressions of interest to m.hughes[at]mwb.ngo