Hosting Conversations about Questions that Matter
Hamish More of the Wellington New Zealand Department for Conservation, sent this gorgeous image of World Café principles created by graphic artist Mary Brake, as a resource for the rest of us in the World Café community.
They used it in a workshop Hamish hosted as the core of a Conservation conference on managing indigenous pests in NZ, and I attach it to make it easier to download and use.
Beautiful, thank you so much!
Dear Mary, Amish and Amy,
I would like to ask you a favour. I translated (see below) the text on this magnificent poster in dutch. Can you make a dutch version for me? So that I can use it in the world cafe sessions i'm organizing? You'd make me very happy.
Hope to hear from you. Warm Greetings Peter.
LISTEN TOGETHER for patterns, insights & deeper connections
Luister samen om inzichten & diepere vragen te ontdekken
Contribute your thinking
Draag bij met wat je denkt
Listen to understand
Luister om te begrijpen
Focus on what matters
Focus op wat ertoe doet
Link & connect ideas
Schakel & verbind idee"en
Doodle, play draw
Speel krabbel en teken
Speak with your mind and heart
Spreek vanuit je hoofd en je hart
World Cafe Guidelines
World Cafe Afspraken
Slow down you have time to think en reflect
Rustig aan....neem tijd om na te denken en te reflecteren
Facilitate yoyrself & others
Ondersteun jezelf en de ander
wonderful idea to get this beautiful image to the Dutch-speaking community.
Maybe it is good to first contact Mary Brake (her website is: reflectiongraphics dot com) and to ask her about Creative Commons License.
I might know someone who could help you to create a Dutch version.
Let me know what you need.
warm greetings from Belgium,