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The CNVC Lusophone Project, with Dominic Barter

The Lusophone (Portuguese Speaker’s) Project is a CNVC geographical project began in January 2003 in response to the absence of training in NVC in the world’s sixth most spoken language. Lusophone speakers are spread across Africa, Asia, South America and Europe, with the largest communities in Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome e Principe, East Timor and Portugal.

Those working together in this project are dedicated to the life serving transformation of personal relationships and social structures in communities that include a Portuguese linguistic heritage. We work to support and maintain viable alternatives to violence for all, providing tools for life-serving consciousness through access to Nonviolent Communication.