NON VIOLENT COMMUNICATION INTRODUCTION Restorative Communication will be providing a two day workshop for the Mid North Coast Refugee Support Group in 2017. A tentative date has been suggested for the 10th and 11th of June. The venue will most likely be the Wauchope Arts Center. This introduction to the […]
Port Macquarie – NVC Practice Group NVC is, on one level very easy to grasp. On another, the level of living it day to day challenges arise. It takes time to integrate what is essentially a new way of relating to ourselves and others. Getting together with others on the […]
We are proud to announce that Restorative Communication hosted the esteemed Executive Director of Full Circle Restorative Justice (FCRC) in March 2017. Executive Director Patricia LaTaille joined us for a number of collaborative meetings and workshops where we shared not only our visions for effective, affordable, and available systems of […]
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Terrorism & Nonviolence: Animation
BBC’s Tony Hawks on Marshall Rosenberg Marshall Rosenberg was the stern faced creator of nonviolent communication, a man who spent his life finding ways to eradicate hate. Often armed only with his trademark giraffe and jackal puppets, Rosenberg toured the world teaching a new way of speaking. Some of […]
D.C.’s Ballou High School chose a “restorative justice” model to address discipline issues, and it cut suspensions by more than half.See it on Scoop.it, via Radical Compassion
We believe that teaching nonviolent communication at every grade level in our schools will prevent the violent killing that is increasingly prevalent in our schools and society. We ask that our governmental leaders make this education mandatory in our nation’s schools, beginning at the earliest grades and continuing through graduation from high school.
Jim Manske’s insight:
As we deepen into a political season marked by the deepest polarization (at least according to the media) that I have ever experienced, I am grateful for the reminder that thousands of people support nonviolence and educating our children in Nonviolent Communication. Our friends, Genesis and Sulara, started this petition, and in light of recent events on the political scene, it seems important to re-energize our collective efforts to let those we elect know we value NVC and appreciate how it can create a better world for all of us-no matter what your political preferences may be! Would you be willing to read and sign the petition? What could you do to help this “go viral”?