Franciscan Sisters promote AVP to build the next generation of leaders and adolescent children of former combatants during this critical post-accord period, marked by ongoing assassinations of social activists and ever deepening national polarization.
AVP workshops expand the children’s level of awareness so they can interact with other people and enjoy and share a space that allows them to obtain internal and external knowledge. It is an opportunity to value the rights and duties that will improve their relationship with themselves, with the people they love and with other people with whom they interact daily.
Franciscan Sisters developed a coexistence strategy from the areas: recreational, psychological, communicative and reflexive. Using these strategies, the student will be able to discover, affirm and deepen the strengths and those of his classmates, orienting them to transform his personal life project more accurately.
It is very important the previous contribution and during the coexistence, of the group director, since the methodology to be used is totally experiential, participatory and reflexive, where the main actors will be the same students and our role will be active companions in the process.