Nonviolent Communication + Unarmed Protection + RJ Action Series


Greetings Peacemakers,

I hope you are well.

Let us know if you have a group or organization that would like training, whether that’s a one-time training or to set up a regular schedule of training sessions.

Upcoming DCPT Sessions:

Compassionate Nonviolent Communication++ Spring Series- May

This CNVC++ series of workshops is rooted in Compassionate Nonviolent Communication framework (CNVC) and expanded with supporting modalities to explore how we interact with our Self, Others, and our Environment,  incorporating theory and practice, and grounded with evidence from science.

5/26 or 5/30 We will offer ONLINE Beyond Cancel Culture ~ Forgiveness, Acceptance & Accountability on Wednesday, May 26th 12-1:30pm or 7-8:30pm EDT or Sunday, May 30th 7-8:30pm EDT  REGISTER HERE

Additional DCPT Training:

6/2 We will offer an ONLINE Restorative Justice in Action: Community Healing from 7-8:30pm EDT. REGISTER HERE

6/5 We will offer an ONLINE Introduction to Nonviolent Communication from 12pm-5pm EDT. REGISTER HERE

6/9 We will offer an ONLINE Restorative Justice in Action: Criminal Justice from 12-1:30pm or 7-8:30pm EDT. REGISTER HERE

6/16 We will offer an ONLINE Restorative Justice in Action: Education System from 7-8:30pm EDT. REGISTER HERE

6/19 We will offer an ONLINE Introduction to Unarmed Civilian Protection and Accompaniment from 12-5pm EDT with a 1 hour break. REGISTER HERE

6/23 We will offer an ONLINE Restorative Justice in Action: Crisis Intervention from 7-8:30pm EDT. REGISTER HERE

6/30 We will offer an ONLINE Restorative Justice in Action: Work and Family from 12-1:30pm or 7-8:30pm EDT. REGISTER HERE

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*DONATE: To help support scaling-up unarmed civilian protection deployments and hire a full-time staff person.

With Hope,
Eli

Eli S. McCarthy PhD

Justice and Peace Studies

Georgetown University

510-717-8867 (c)

www.dcpeaceteam.com

Books: Just Peace Ethic Primer: Building Sustainable Peace and Breaking Cycles of Violence (2020) 30% discount code: TGUF

Becoming Nonviolent Peacemakers: A Virtue Ethic for Catholic Social Teaching and U.S. Policy (2012)

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