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What's Nonviolent Communication? Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a framework developed by the clinical psychologist Marshall Rosenberg. NVC demonstrates clear, effective and empathetic communication. It is often described as a natural language of mediation or an application of mindfulness. NVC is a practical way to deeply and authentically connect with yourself, to understand more accurately WHY we do what we do and to effect change in our lives.

Let's get together and share, learn, and practice Nonviolent Communication. We host events, workshops, practice groups, and potentially more. Our organizers offer events all over Ireland, so be sure to check where the event is located.

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6th International NVC Caravan

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International Nonviolent Communication Caravan

Needs a location

We are pleased to announce that after caravanning from Baarlo to Dublin, Bologna, Ranst, York and online, this year's International NVC Caravan will be in Belfast City in Northern Ireland from Saturday 29th to Sunday 30th October.

The Caravan
The Caravan is an informal co-creative Nonviolent Communication (NVC) gathering of like-minded people to share and celebrate Nonviolent Communication in a safe and open environment with a diverse international group. The Caravan is open to those who are new to NVC and curious.

Here you can:

  • learn more about applying NVC in your personal and professional lives and among friends, family and groups
  • provide your workshop if you are a more experienced NVC practitioner
  • record a video of your workshop for your certification
  • test a new program
  • share your insights if you are experienced in NVC
  • make new friends, find empathy buddies or new collaborators for projects

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Social time together is an important part of the Caravan and there will be plenty of opportunities to socialise.

The Caravan will be held in the peaceful and welcoming South Belfast Quaker Meeting House, right in
the Queens University quarter of South Belfast.
Complete google form to reserve your place

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Programme

Friday 28th October
18:00 - 22:00 Pre-gathering (optional, preliminary reservation required)
Saturday 29th October
09:00 - 13:00 Check in and ice breaking connection exercises
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 17:00 Workshop sessions
18:00 - 22:00 Social gathering
Sunday 30th October
10:00 - 12:30 Explore Belfast outing (optional)
12:30 - 17:00 Workshop sessions
17:00 - 18:00 Check out

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Cost

  • £40/€44 Online payment (Early Bird before 1st October)
  • £50/€55 Online payment (Late Birds after 1st October)
  • £60/€66 Cash at the Event

*Meals and excursion not included

Online payment details will be sent to you when you reserve a place.
Complete google form to reserve your place
If this is not possible for you, and you would still like to come, please get in touch so that we can explore options together.

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Compassionate Communication Monthly Practice Group

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