I've been learning and sharing NVC for a few years now. It's the best practice/theory/network i've found so far for helping people have compassion for anyone (even oneself! :-).
I work with the Sandhi Institute sharing NVC in Sri Lanka. In 2005 i started developing some Learner centered differentiation exercises. I'm also part of the team working on Compassion In Action, a conference that's the first project of the NVC USA Project. You can find out more about me at http://ourpla.net/ (including more ways to contact me)
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Skype: johnca
- AIM: johnabbe
- Yahoo IM: johncabbe
I've been playing hookie from NVC Wiki Day, but in a good (and related) cause - i've been talking with Linnaea Marvel, the organizer of the NVC World project. --John Abbe 06:17, 28 December 2005 (CET)
The last few days, i was away in Galle for an NVC training with students at the University of Ruhuna Engineering Faculty. Tantalizingly, there were Ethernet ports in the rooms at the guest house we were in, but we couldn't quite get the settings right - though we got as close as the campus web server (which ironically, i can't seem to access now). Probably just as well - i stayed more focused on the training than i would have been if i'd had net access. --John Abbe 26 December 2005