Conflict Theatre has provided a thoughtful, effective, and popular way to engage people in difficult conversations, while also allowing them the space to practice and rehearse various strategies and responses to a conflict situation. As a project with both immediate and long-term goals, evaluation has been and will continue to look different for different aspects of the process. This report focuses on the individual level of evaluation to understand the personal impact of Rehearsing Conflict, and Conflict Theatre more generally. Program operations and community engagement are key areas for evaluation that are discussed elsewhere, including prior reports.

Partner: UBC Human Resources
Keywords: social sustainability, sustainability in education

Megan Ryland