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Video of Buddhist Monk Thich Nhat Hanh speaking about peace

I just watched this youtube video and found it very inspiring, so I wanted to share it with you. Here it is:

Oct 2016: Supporting the transitional justice process in Nepal

Hello everyone, I want to share and celebrate with you the 5 day training that we did in late Sept on psycho-social and restorative aspects of interviewing / investigation to members of the Commissions set up by the Nepali government to address cases of people who were disappeared during their internal conflict.

July 2016: NVC to students from the Buddhist Education for Social Transformation

A celebration and gratitude about the training in Thailand from July: 4 days of Nonviolent Communication training (skills for staying grounded under trying conditions, gaining self clarity and self compassion, speaking with compassion, listening deeply, etc) for this year's Buddhist Education for Social transformation. 18 women activists working in fields as diverse as Gender Equality, Environmental Justice, Animal Rights, Health, Youth Empowerment, Education and Permaculture and more.

May/Jun 2013: Inter-religious dialogue with clergy from all four faiths in Sri Lanka

Training and support with non defensive listening and non attacking speaking and the skills for dialogue for clergy (Buddhist monks, HIndu Iyars, Christian farthers, Muslim Mawlawis) and community leaders engaged in inter-religious dialogue.

Inspiring Talk by an Inspiring Woman

Joanna Macy on the Gifts of Uncertainty: http://vimeo.com/7914131

Keynote at ICT conference: Have a little faith in me

I have been invited to be a keynote speaker as part of a panel at an international technology conference which is held in different parts of the world and is being held in Amsterdam this year: http://www.wcit2010.com/Program/Day%201/38#a38 I am honored to be part of an impressive panel. The topic of the Panel is "Have a little faith in me: What part does trust play in the information society? Description of the Panel Topic: Do you trust civil servants? As a politician? As a citizen? Do you trust citizens? As a politician? As a civil servant?

Presentation at Florence University in Italy

Presentation on Nonviolent Communication and the work of Sandhi Institute in Sri Lanka. Gave talk to about 40-50 people at the University on Monday evening, 26th April. In English with Italian translation. I enjoyed it very much. There was a lot of enthusiasm from many of the people who came. We are now organizing a 2 day introductory training in May. Will post the details of that here soon as we have it finalized. Below is the announcement about the Florence University presentation for anyone interested:

Spiral of Work that Reconnects

Coming back to life (from numbness or apathy) by touching our gratitude for life which can unleash our grief for the pain of the world and by connecting to that heartbreak and grief, we can take empowered action which is coming from being connected to the fierce love for the earth and the beings of the earth that underlies the grief. My short description of the inspiring work of Joanna Macy. For more details, see her website: www.joannamacy.net

Weekly Columns on NVC for newspaper

Weekly columns on philosophy and basics of NVC for an English language newspaper. Read them all in one place on this blog and post questions or comments: www.sandhisl.wordpress.com

Authentic Communication Workshop, Colombo July 25-26th

Authentic Communication

(Nonviolent Communication: a language of compassion)


July 25 & 26th, 2009

9.30am–5pm

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