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PLA Notes 37 February 2000 23 Tips for trainers: Analysing personal dilemmas
Document begins: PLA Notes 37 February 2000 23 Tips for trainers: Analysing personal dilemmas Randini Wanduragala start to think together about the wider issues which relate to the dilemmas facing Introduction the individual in the quote, such as poverty, environmental degradation, healthcare needs etc. It might help for you This is a way in which staff of an agency can be helped to link some of the root causes and just to give two or three suggestions like possible needs of a situation to the particular this, just to start them off. Ask them to dilemmas of individuals in communities with write brief key words for these issues whom they are working. This exercise is around the edge of the paper, in a circle around the quote. suitable for groups with a maximum of 20 · participants, although a smaller group is Once everyone has written down some key preferable. The group can be either mixed or issues for themselves, ask them to draw single-sex. lines to link specific parts of the quote with the key issues that they have written Time required: 30 minutes down. You could give an example, suggesting that they link part of the quote you ...