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DIALOGUE AT CWD TAFELSIG: 13TH SEPTEMBER 2016
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website-feetThe Topic was Poverty and life issues relating to it

“WHAT STOOD OUT

There was a voice that kept on encouraging the other voices and also acknowledging others’ journeys. This happened frequently and resulted in loads of sharing and learning happening, and also expressions of gratitude and reassurance that we can do so much more than we limit ourselves to.

The ages ranged from 18 to 70 odd years of age, and the group used the platform to share and the dialogue was like one unit, and one voice could not believe how much she spoke, claiming that she is usually shy.

One voice felt happy, a little sad, proud and relief when she revealed her journey of kicking her drug habit and mentioned that she is struggling and not fully recovered. Another voice shared her mastectomy and the disastrous effects of chemo treatment and one voice felt that her “problem – unemployment” was not as big or what others are facing.

At the end of the session – the NNI is absolutely necessary in all communities and we want more …… ” – NNI FiT Amina

Sep
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Tafelsig Community Dialogue 30 August 2016
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“Love, Support, Trust, Respect and Non-judgement are things that we do have control over. We will give it, and get it in return, therewith building a bridge together towards the better future that we foresee.” – Karen NNI FiT

Sep
16
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Tuesday 2nd of August Dialogue was with the staff at the Tafelsig Community Centre.
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NNI FiT Dave facilitated this session.

Some of what was said:
“It makes me want to look into myself and let go”
“Acknowledging the problems, accepting situations and letting go of the past and only emotions that may cause, disruptions/upsetness to your life”
“We all got to understand each other better.”