Nonviolent Communications Webinar

Learn more about healthy, compassionate ways of communicating in stressful situations with a live UNITAR webinar, March 28th at 3pm (UTC+1)…..

We are really excited and looking forward to holding the webinar tomorrow, 28.03.17 at 3pm UTC+2. 

This will be the first one of a series that will focus specifically on the soft skills needed by personnel to work effectively in the field. The webinar is open to the public…so don’t hesitate to share the information with anyone you think may be interested!

To ensure that everything is going to work out, I would like highlight two things:

First, please beware that Geneva shifted to spring time yesterday for Daylight Savings. The webinar starts at 3pm Geneva time (UTC+2). You can find the current time in Geneva time by clicking here

Second, because of the high level of interest, we decided to hold the webinar directly on Facebook live:

Please feel free to submit questions during the webinar in the comments section of the video, we will try to respond to them during the presentation, if possible, and we will have a question and answer period following the presentation.

The webinar will be recorded and posted on our Facebook page as well as here on the UN Peaceworks blog, along with information on the content of the webinar.

What is Nonviolent Communication?

The American psychotherapist Dr.Rosenberg started developing Nonviolent Communication in the 1960s. Nowadays, it is being taught and applied in over 65 countries across numerous contexts including private life, education, business, politics and conflict zones.

Watch this video to learn a little more:


Should you need any additional information or assistance with registration, please contact us at:

United Nations Institute for Training and Research

Peacekeeping Training Programme

Palais des Nations

CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland


1 thought on “Nonviolent Communications Webinar

  1. I would like to be pry of such webinars in future

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