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TfSC uses interactive theatre as our innovative tool to promote attitudinal and behavioural change. Our approach allows participants to examine their own attitudes, practices, and socio-cultural environment and behaviour patterns of other people around them. It also allows participants to bring about positive and healthy changes to these patterns in a safe arena of workshops that are learner centred and activity based.

TfSC believes that social change begins with individuals and communities reflecting on their own values, beliefs and practices to build knowledge and skills to develop confidence and assertiveness to enable them make informed choices and access services to influence desirable changes.

Methodology

TfSC Interactive Theatre consists of Behaviour Change Workshops and performances.

At Behaviour Change Workshops:

TfSC engages participants in physical and experiential activities that build their confidence and develop negotiation and assertiveness skills at individual and group level.

At Interactive Theatre performances:

It is a highly participatory and powerful tool for advocacy and developing dialogue with interest groups such as policy makers, parents, opinion leaders and service providers where audience are directly involved to find practical solutions to their issues, concerns and challenges.