Empathy across Power Differences

Empathy across Power Differences

For many of us it feels vulnerable to step into imagining, guessing, and then checking with another person what may be going for them: what if our attempt is not received? For many of us, especially those who are not part of NVC communities, receiving empathy can also feel vulnerable, because the practice of empathy asks of us to connect at a different level, to reveal what is truly going on for us. 
When there are power differences, these challenges increase. The stakes are higher while the trust is often lower. It’s also often harder to imagine across such differences, sometimes even to see the humanity of others. 
All this, and more, is likely to be addressed in this interactive session, building on your experiences and questions. 
[Workshop organised in frame of Time for Empathy 2021]

 

Recording: 
We plan to record this event and make it available to other people. The recording may be used by us and/or Miki Kashtan 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.
When: 13 March 2021, 20:00-21:30 CET (Berlin time)
How: ONLINE on ZOOM
Language: English
Cost: FREE

 

Registration:
www.empathiceurope.com/join-time-for-empathy/ 
(Register just ONCE to have access to all events in frame of Time for Empathy 2021)

 

About the trainer:
Miki KashtanMiki Kashtan is a practical visionary pursuing a world that works for all, based on principles and practices rooted in feminist nonviolence. Miki is a founding member of the Nonviolent Global Liberation community and has taught and consulted globally. She is the author of the recent The Highest Common Denominator and blogs at The Fearless Heart.

 

Date

2021-03-13

Time

CET
11:30 - 13:00

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 2021-03-13
  • Time: 05:30 - 07:00

Cost

Free

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In English

Location

Online (on Zoom)
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