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Comunicare Nonviolenta

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An International Intensive Training, or IIT, is a special kind of 'immersive experience' developed by Marshall Rosenberg, uniquely offered through the Center for Nonviolent Communication as part of his legacy. It is a 9-day, residential workshop in Nonviolent Communication, typically including 40 to 70 participants with 3 to 5 CNVC Certified Trainers. The IITs are organized in collaboration with a local organizer/host group or individual who organizes the residential venue and meals for the period. The costs vary with each IIT, as they each depend on the costs of available appropriate venues in the location of the event. IITs have been held all over the world; Sri Lanka, Canada, Sweden, France, Switzerland, Colombia, Brazil, the United States of America, Hungary, and Argentina, are only some of the countries that have hosted IITs. The participants and trainers live, eat, play, and learn together in community during the training, providing real-life opportunities to live Nonviolent Communication over an extended period of time. Participants develop Nonviolent Communication skills and consciousness with the guidance and support of the Certified Trainer team.` (www.cnvc.org)
2 August 2019
by Oana Ragalie
(ro)
Thursday 13 June 2019 to Friday 14 June 2019, Italy

Atelier Digitali per la Scuola Secondaria. Conferenza conclusiva del progetto europeo App Your School.

In occasione del convegno "Atelier digitali per la scuola secondaria", verrano presentate le sperimentazioni create nell’ambito del progetto europeo App Your School! Il progetto europeo App your school ha proposto una nuova modalità di progettazione del digitale partendo dal modo di fare scuola di un grande maestro come Alberto Manzi, pioniere dell’uso della tecnologia per promuovere l’emancipazione delle persone. Questo approccio è stato messo in dialogo con il lavoro artistico proposto dall’artista e designer Bruno Munari che ha spesso usato la tecnologia in modo divergente, rompendo le regole proposte nei libretti di istruzioni. Per 3 anni insegnanti e stakeholders da Grecia, Finlandia, Lithuania, Polonia, Repubblica Ceca, Turchia, Portogallo hanno approfondito l’operato del maestro Manzi, conformando alcuni strumenti e domande a quanto proposto oggi dal Centro che cerca di far vivere l’eredità pedagogica del maestro di “Non è mai troppo tardi”. Il convegno si svolge a Bologna il 13 giugno presso la sede dell’Università (in via Zamboni 32) e il 14 giugno presso l’Assemblea legislativa della Regione Emilia-Romagna (in viale Aldo Moro 50).

This report presents the representative survey findings of the OSCE-led Survey on the Well-being and Safety of Women for North Macedonia. The survey was implemented in 2018 in selected countries in South Eastern Europe and Eastern Europe. The OSCE-led survey included a quantitative and qualitative component and was undertaken with the goal of providing comparable data on different forms of violence women experience in their childhood and throughout the course of their lives.

Marshall Rosenberg (1934-2015), the American psychologist that founded, taught and spread Nonviolent Communication (NVC) worldwide, said he did not invent something new, but only gathered existing wisdom and put it into a newly structured frame. Like the water lily in the swamp, his gift for humanity started to form as he grew up in a racist environment, witnessing and suffering from humiliation, segregation and fights: "Growing up as a kid, I couldn’t stand to see people torment other people" he wrote. Through these experiences he developed a "kind of awareness of suffering – why do people do this – and particularly, why does it have to happen to me?"
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