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Published on Apr 1, 2013
If 'violence is an expression of unmet needs', then, Robert Krzisnik argues, we must find a new language, a new way to express these needs. Why? So we might transform conflicts into genuinely joyful cooperation. Drawing from his work in the field of conflict mediation, he proposes that we re-learn the language of life in order to evolve from the old paradigm of National Citizenship to a new awareness of Global Citizenship.
Robert Krzisnik is a psychologist and has been working with groups and individuals as a trainer, conflict mediator, group facilitator and team coach for more than 25 years in a wide spectrum of environments from corporate to educational to interethnic conflicts zones. He is a certified trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication.