Building HOPE Organising Difficult Conversations “I am eternally grateful for my experiences with Hope Not Hate . The training I had at Hope camp and subsequent campaigning training has transformed my life . I fully understand now how diplomacy, Socratic questioning and empathetic listening can be used to change hearts and minds”. - Sheila, South Wales. Fear and HOPE research shows that the British public are increasingly polarised on a range of issues. In our families, in the workplace, and in our communities, we need to have better conversations with people who disagree with us, and constructively challenge prejudice in the process. You can read about one of these sessions in this piece written in the Guardian. We have trained over 2000 people in 2017 in how to have more productive conversations on difficult topics, particularly on issues of migration, identity, culture and multiculturalism. Whether you are a campaigning organisation, a faith group, a trade union or student union, we can tailor our training to meet your needs and make you a more effective force for good. SIGN UP FOR OUR TRAINING.