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Reweaving Our Human Fabric

Reweaving Our Human FabricMiki Kashtan's latest book invites us to dream the future on a global scale and to bring it into being by living and working for change as if that world already exists. Her novel approach to dilemmas of leadership challenges us about our use of power.

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Spinning Threads of Radical Aliveness

Spinning Threads TMBMiki Kashtan's first book where she develops a vision of a world where we can live with integrity, by embracing a deep transformation in our relationship with our deepest needs. The book will help you discover the transforming power of NVC.

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NVC and Restorative Justice

Recording of a workshop with Marshall Rosenberg in UK, produced by Beauchamp Bagenal. From 2002, covers many aspects of Nonviolent Communication in restorative settings and NVC applied to victim-offender situations. CD includes transcripts.

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The Heart of Social Change

NVC booklet by Marshall Rosenberg outlining his ideas for social change and justice. Contains practical guidance on moving beyond enemy images to ground your activism in a desire to serve life and create an internal culture of nonviolence.

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Restorative Circles

Dominic Barter talks about his work with Restorative Circles in Brazil and worldwide. This is a process for restorative justice using Nonviolent Communication he pioneered in Brazil. The video is on YouTube and is just over 8 minutes long.

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Empathy Documentary

'Empathy Documentary Project' by Edwin Rutsch. In this selection of videos you'll hear various NVC folk talking about empathy. There are many videos in this project and this is only a selection of them (Even so it's nearly 2 hours long!).

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Beyond Good and Evil
Dian Killian interviews Marshall Rosenberg. "perpetrators who go through restorative justice are less likely to repeat the behavior. It's far more healing for the victim to have peace restored than simply to see the other person punished."
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Kimmy Meinecke
Rev. Kimberly Meinecke joined a 3-month ecumenical team to accompany Palestinians and Israelis and witness their relationships. "Seeing the other as fully human is fundamental for nonviolent communication and for just, peaceful solutions."
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NVC as an Evolutionary Imperative
Interview with Marshall Rosenberg. "We mustn’t look to leaders or the media for acknowledgement and support, we must work in our own spheres of influence, knowing that millions of people worldwide are involved in similar activities."
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Restorative Circles Interview
Dominic Barter interviewed in 2010 by the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence on his work with Restorative Circles. He says such approaches have been around for a long time though marginalised by more recent, retributive systems of justice.
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