Empathy-based communication for human rights education workers.
The training course “Practices towards empathy” aims to have an impact in the personal development of theparticipants, raising the awareness and importance of self-care in the process of supporting others, as wellas in their professional development, introducing tools for constructive and supportive conversations andconflict interventions.
Specific objectives of this Training Course are:
- introducing a communication model and approach developed by Marshall Rosenberg, called Non-violent Communication,and exploring its application in youth work and HRE
- raising awareness of the participants’ own needs and feelings, the ability to be in touch with them, toexpress them in verbal communication, and awareness about the meaning they bring to thecommunication process
- equipping participants with an attitude ready to listen to others’ needs and feelings, practicing activeempathy- equipping participants with open and proactive attitudes towards conflict situations
– practising setting boundaries in conversations and maintaining them to build a constructive and supportive relation with people
– practising the role of mediator – a third party in a conflict, following the empathic communication model- creating space for networking and peer support
The course is a part of the strategic partnership project “Please talk peacefully”, which is implemented with financial support from the Erasmus+ programme.
- CategoryMethodologies and pedagogical approaches
- LanguageEnglish Polish Slovenian
- Type of fileVideo Website