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Tuesday, March 18th 2014, 8:57am

Basics of Non-Violent Communication Workshop, with Marshal Rosenberg

Hi! :)

Something I am working on, once in a while, is almost completed. Parts 1, 2 and 3 (DVD1 - parts 1/2 and 2/2 + DVD2 - part 1/2) are done in English and Portuguese, and maybe other languages too. Part 4, the English wasn't revised by me and I see it could be improved, so I'll focus on that next.If anyone wishes to help... :rolleyes:
Part 4 is being worked here:
The Basics of Non Violent Communication DVD 2 Part 2 with subtitles | Amara

Parts 1, 2 and 3 are revised and synched in dotsub, in these links:

DVD1 Part1: Basics of Non-Violent Communication Workshop - DVD1 Part1


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DVD1 Part2: Basics of Non-Violent Communication Workshop - DVD1 Part2


- 1 Translation(s) | Dotsub

DVD2 Part1: Basics of Non-Violent Communication Workshop - DVD2 Part1


- 1 Translation(s) | Dotsub
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Sunday, June 1st 2014, 7:40am

@nomada:
Does it mean that it is open for translation?
A friend of mine felt very relieved when he watched this video, because his need for understanding other people and the ways people communicate was met. He now wants to share the information with others and this is why he is interested in translating it into German. He also speaks English quite well, so he could proofread the English text too, if it is still necessary.

Please, could you tell me what is needed and help us getting started? So this way more people get to know this information that is very helpful in my opinion.
Of course we are aiming for DVD 1 at first. :)

(By the way, you added the wrong Dotsub link for DVD1 Part1.)
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Sunday, June 1st 2014, 11:06pm

Hi! : )

All the locations in Amara are always open. Whatever changes someone applies to any existing subs, it creates another version when you save it,leaving the previous one intact. So he just get started whenever. I think I reviewed part4 also, can't remember now.

It is very enlightening content, indeed :love:

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Saturday, November 15th 2014, 8:18am

I added a little video about expressing gratitude from that same seminar
http://dotsub.com/view/db9c4a7e-a8a7-4b93-825a-fe3554a2081e

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Sunday, October 4th 2015, 7:34pm

Hi!

Part 4/4 has a new location. The old location in Amara had the youtube video removed. This new location was created from a Portuguese youtube upload of the workshop.

http://www.amara.org/en/videos/K56CfTdFy…chv2niekz-fery/
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