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New Resource: Nonviolent Communication

23 Jan 2017

We've expanded the Communication section of our Resource list to include an article on nonviolent communication. This concept grew out of Mahatma Gandhi's understanding of nonviolence. Developed in the 1960s by Dr Marshall Rosenberg, nonviolent communication (NVC) offers a creative model that is spreading around the world. Today the NVC community is active in 65 countries and NVC training is widely available.

Dr Rosenberg explains that this is "a specific approach to communicating – speaking and listening – that leads us to give from the heart, connecting us with ourselves and with each other in a way that allows our natural compassion to flourish."

If you'd like to read our article about this, go to the Resources section of our website, select Communication and then An Introduction to Nonviolent Communication.