Title: Nonviolent Communication
Conducted by: Tanya Awad Ghorra
Date and Time: Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 7:00 PM
Duration: 90 to 120 minutes
Freethought Lebanon is conducting a series of online workshops which aim at building the capacities of the freethinking community in Lebanon. The workshops are part of an effort to empower secular activists in the community, both on personal and professional levels, with the skills and knowledge that will ultimately make the collective more effective and impactful.
The second workshop in this series, titled “Nonviolent Communication”, will be conducted by Tanya Awad Ghorra, an international and regional trainer in NVC (Nonviolent Communication) and peacebuilding, who is currently writing her master’s thesis in Nonviolent Education and Conflict Resolution. Tanya is also a TV and radio producer and host, and a voice-over professional for several organizations around the Arab world.
The highly interactive workshop will cover the following themes:
- Understanding hate/discriminatory speech
- Theory of nonviolent communication
- Four steps of nonviolent communication
- Barriers to effective communication
Due to the limited places, you are invited to register only if you are sure you can attend.
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The first workshop “Media Skills for Atheist and Secular Activists” was presented by investigative journalist Riad Kobaissi on July 24, 2021.
The two remaining workshops will be announced in due time. They are titled:
• “Protection of Humanists at Risk” by Nercese Armani
• “Freethought Lebanon: Theory of Change” by Sami Ab and Mazen Walker
These workshops are supported by Humanists International.