Communication Through Nonviolence Training

When languages differ communication is difficult, and the lack of communication leads to misunderstanding, tension and eventually create a sense of animosity. And people who are right beside us, seem so far. First thing we need to solve the daily tensions and misunderstandings is communication. To communicate with Japanese people without using Japanese try our nonviolence training session.

Session Facilitator: Aree Jabari (Iraqi Peace building activist)

Aree is the president of the INSAN Iraqi Society for Relief and Development. As part of the organization activities INSAN applies nonviolence approach in bringing together children from various religious and ethnic backgrounds. Those children in most cases do not speak the same language. Therefore, most of their interactions start with fights but ends with friendship after participating in nonviolence activities.

TimeOctober 28th 2018, from 2 to 4 pm
PlaceTenko-in Temple(天光院)
Address1-3-16 Shiba koen(芝公園), Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011
Access1 minute from the A2 exit of the metro station Onarimon(御成門), Mita line(三田線), Metropolitan Subway (都営地下鉄)
Participation fee¥1,000
ContactPlease send mail to Iraq Project officer Ghamra (

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