“Nonviolence is the greatest power at the disposal of humanity.” ~Gandhi
Conflict is inevitable, violence is not. In this workshop, we will dive into the transformative power of nonviolence, which, when properly understood and creatively applied, has the potential of solving almost all of the challenges of our modern world, especially the on-going menace of structural and physical violence that surrounds all of us.
In an interactive and engaging setting, participants will be introduced to theory, science, and practice of nonviolence with the emphasis on its practical tools for resolving our toughest challenges at home, in the workplace, in our community, and our world at large, and be given resources for further learning and on-going support.
Time required: Minimum 2 hours.
Participants required: Minimum 10.
Cost: The Metta Center accepts honoraria for our work with community groups and businesses.
Contact: Taylor Anderson-Stevenson, Partnership Catalyst (taylor [at] mettacenter [dot] org)