You, Me and We: Making a Difference with Compassionate Communication

You, Me and We: Making a Difference with Compassionate Communication 
An Introduction led by Henry Wai

Young or old, timid or bold – clarify needs and choices, resolve conflicts and solve problems with a simple, proven, hands-on, transformative process all ages can use. Please note that while this process works for any age, the format of this introduction suits people age 14 and older.

Sun. Feb 22, 2009 10:30 am -12:30 pm
Sun. Mar. 29, 2009 10:30 am -12:30 pm - repeat of Feb 22
Location: St. George and Bloor, Toronto
Information / Location: Henry 416-916-8861

Fee: sliding scale $25-15
(no one will be turned away due to lack of funds)
A portion of the fees will be dontated to Interchange for Peace

Around the world, more and more people are using Compassionate Communication to support everyday peacemaking, empowerment, conflict transformation, healing and more. Developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, this process is practiced in 37 countries in a variety of settings including family, workplace, activism, social service, education, mediation, prison, and government. This process is also known as Nonviolent Communication (NVC).

To learn more:
- Read an introductory chapter
- Read an article
- Visit
- Contact Henry Wai 416-916-8861 to discuss your interests

"Marshall Rosenberg gives us the means to create peace through our speech and communication"
- Arun Gandhi, President, MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence

"NVC goes along with what I was trying to do. My heart was there [but] it gave me steps [for] communicating how I always wanted to."
- Primary school teacher

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