Dignity – Zoom Talk with Liv Larsson
Welcome to Week 14 of the Needs’ Year!
This week Joachim Berggren will have a conversation with Liv Larsson about the need of Dignity.
Liv Larsson is a CNVC trainer since 2002 and the author of more than 20 books. Liv is also a mediator mainly working with conflicts between the indigenous group in Scandinavia, the Same and forest and mining industries. She holds a masters degree in Literature and Creative writing.
Embracing shame, empathy, vulnerability and power is at the core of all Livs work. She is a mother of a growing teenager, is passionate about cross-country skiing and loves to spend time in nature and lives in the forest of northern Sweden.
Liv writes: The need for dignity is often forgotten when we talk about other more obvious needs such as community, security and freedom. But an unmet need for dignity is often behind depression and violence. Few of us talk about the need for dignity and it often steers us from the hidden. We lie to protect our dignity, we work too hard for our own health to escape the humiliation of not being enough, we bully others to avoid showing ourselves.
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Date of the Zoom Talk: 7 April 2022
Time: 19:00-19:45 (CET/Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
Recording: We plan to record this event and make it available to other people. We may also use parts of the recording for marketing and publicity across a range of media. If you do not wish to be recorded, then switch off your camera and microphone for the whole duration of the session.
The recording will be available to the Premium subscribers few days after the meeting.
If you are interested in other Zoom Talks that will be organised in the frame of the Needs’ Year, read more and register HERE.
Besides, we invite you to read a blog post about dignity by Joachim Berggren – it is published on Monday the same week as this event on Empathic Way Europe’s website HERE.