About Nonviolent Communication

Marshall Rosenberg, PhD.

Marshall B. Rosenberg is founder and director of educational services for The Center for Nonviolent Communication.

His key interest was, for over 35 years, to spread around the world new forms of communication that would provide peaceful alternatives to the violence he encountered. From the U.S. civil rights movement in the ’60s, to Rwanda, Colombia, Ireland, and recently the Middle East, Dr. Rosenberg has spoken his message of hope through a language of compassion.

Developing and sharing the language and process of Nonviolent Communication allowed Dr. Rosenberg to have the tools to show the way to reach a shift in consciousness from reliance on violence, alienation and oppression to a new paradigm of interconnectedness.

Thousands of people around the globe are finding new avenues to peace within their families and communities, in schools, prisons and urban gangs, and between warring factions in some of the most violent places on earth.

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