As you know, blogging is a highly effective way to reach an audience and spread the word, as well as practical skills, around nonviolence.
Please submit your blog post to the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence 2019. If you use nonviolence and/or empathy in your home or your work, we want to hear from you! We encourage you to submit your blog post. The deadline is 12th September 2019.
Nonviolence and Nonviolent Communication (NVC) are based on EMPATHY. If you have ever given empathy to others or received empathy, at home or at work, please post your blog about your experience. Go here for more information and to submit your blog post.
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This is where the 2019 blogs will appear.
The 2019 Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence will be held 12-20 October 2019 as part of the Week of Nonviolence pioneered by Black Women for Positive Change .
Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is about EMPATHY. Go here for NVC resources.
2019 marks the sixth year of the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence. We are aware of the urgent need to share practical strategies for nonviolence. Go here for some of my recent blog posts
Please submit your blog post now.
Go here to read the 2018 blog posts. They include interviews with Rev. John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, and Dh. Subhuti, senior member of the Triratna Buddhist Order, as well as a four-part blog by NVC author and tutor Miki Kashtan on how we can use empathy to inform the ways in which we exchange money and other resources. Please take a look at these before submitting your blog post.
The 2018 blogging carnival includes a number of blog posts by practitioners of nonviolence and NVC, sharing their personal experiences and insights. Go here to read them. Please also share these with your networks. Thanks for your help.
The Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence is published by Zhana, the International Co-Chair of Black Women for Positive Change, and author of Success Strategies for Black People and Affirmations for Parents. To read blog posts from previous years, click here.
The Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence is open to everyone who is committed to practicing nonviolence, regardless of racial or cultural background, religion, gender or any other difference.