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Alternatives to Violence Project

The Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) is for everyone who wants to handle conflict better. Whether you have experienced conflict in the family, on the streets, in your workplace or somewhere else, an AVP workshop can help you deal with it better.

AVP workshops/courses are not lectures. Participants learn from one another through group activities, discussion and role-play, drawing on real-life situations where conflict might happen, and exploring different ways to handle them. Light refreshments are provided and participants sometimes bring food to share. Two types of workshops are available: Level One and Level Two. Fees are charged on a sliding scale with bursaries available to survivors of domestic abuse.

AVP is also available free of charge to every prison inmate in Britain through its Facing Up to Conflict distance learning course.

The Grayston Centre, 28 Charles Square, London, N1 6HT
Area serviced:
0207 324 4757
Who is it for:
Anyone who wishes to learn how to handle conflict well
£95 for the first workshop, or £30 if you are unwaged. If you can’t afford this, further concessions are available.
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