Lilian Ehidiamhen Transforming Structural Violence

Lilian Ehidiamhen – Transforming Structural Violence

The training will help you to understand how structural violence is legitimised by culture to promote direct violence. It offers you practical steps for social change. The training will also support you to be aware of how structural violence functions because it is not easily noticed and the Practical response from NVC.
[Workshop organised in the frame of Time for Empathy 2023]
When: 11 March 2023, 16:30-18:00 CET (Berlin time)
Most of the workshops during “Time for Empathy” are not recorded, so the only possibility to take part in it is to join the session. The sessions that will be recorded, we will make available to others if the quality is satisfying. We may also use parts of the recording for marketing and publicity across various media. If you do not wish to be recorded, switch off your camera and microphone for the whole duration of the session.
Language: English
Cost: FREE
To take part in this workshop, register for the “Time for Empathy” event here:
NOTE: Register only ONCE to the whole event and receive access to all “Time for Empathy” workshops organised from 5 to 12 March 2023.
About the trainer:
Lilian EhidiamhenLilian Ehidiamhen
Lilian Ehidiamhen is presently a doctoral researcher and assistant at the Research Unit of Theological and Comparative Ethics, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. She majors in Theological Ethics with specific interest in Social and Peace Ethics, Personalistic Ethics, Contextual theology, (African) Theology of Liberation and Transformation, Religion and Social Transformation. Her academic orientation involves paying attention to the experiences of human beings from their frame of reference (context) and its relationship to their belief system. This is realized through paying attention to people’s needs and bringing them into dialogue with academics in an interdisciplinary manner. She is interested in contributing to the realization of SDG 4 and 16 goals of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Thus, her research focuses on how Marshall Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication can contribute to Catholic Social Teaching on peace and address the violent conflicts and contribute to peacebuilding in Nigeria and beyond, to promote social change, love, justice, peace, and strong institutions.




CET (Berlin Time)
16:30 - 18:00

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 2023-03-11
  • Time: 10:30 - 12:00

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