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Frances Delahanty commented on Craig Zelizer's blog post Guide to Nonviolence in Practice
"Thanks, Craig.  I will share this with my students.  Fran"
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Frances Delahanty commented on Craig Zelizer's blog post Guide to Nonviolence in Practice
"I have been involved with AVP (Alternatives to Violence Project) for over 20 years, and have seen the incredible work it has done transforming lives of inmates (as well as people in the community) from patterns of violence to lives of contribution…"
Oct 17, 2010
Frances Delahanty commented on Craig Zelizer's blog post Guide to Nonviolence in Practice
"Thank you, Craig, and all the commentators for their suggestions. I find this a very valuable collection of materials on the practice of nonviolence."
Jul 27, 2009

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I am a full-time associate professor of psychology at Pace University in PLeasantville, NY. I currently teach in our MS Counseling Program as well as teaching peace and justice studies. I have facilitated AVP (Alternatives to Violence Programs for over 25 years, and it greatly impacted my thinking and development. In 1993 I took at 9-day training in Nonviolent Communication with Marshall Rosenberg, and began an intensive study of this system.
Four years ago, I met a colleague in the Political Science Dept. at Pace, Joan Katen, who shared similar views and visions for creating a peace and justice studies program at Pace. We began this process 3 years ago, co-teaching an interdisciplinary course called Keys to Global Peace: Nonviolent Conflict Resolution and Sustainable Development. We have invited many speakers to come to both our classes and to the conferences we organized in conjunction with the course. It has been an educational and inspiring process for both of us. After discovering and joining the PJSA in the Fall of 06 I felt empowered to create, with my colleague, Joan, and a wonderful advisory board, a new minor in peace and justice studies at Pace Pleasantville, and to support the development of a similar minor on the Pace NYC campus. Currently it is "housed" in the psychology department at Pace. Our goal is to create an Institute for Peace and Justice Studies at Pace, similar to the ones at Notre Dame and U. San Diego.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
only the USA
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Associate Prof. of Psychology, Pace University, Pleasantville, NY
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Conflict Resolution, Psychosocial
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?

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At 8:39pm on February 9, 2009, shyam tosawad said…
Dear Friend
Nice to see you in this net work,wish you all the best for your prosparity,peace and success.I introduce my self as a dealer of gems and jewellery,i look for ward for a bussiness associate from jewellery trade.i also loking any idia which we can share and by mutual co opration can start any new trade.

i shall be happy if you could include me in your friend circle ,"I do bussiness to make friends ,not making friends to do bussiness."your well being and friendship is highly appriciated
At 5:38pm on October 12, 2008, Sanjeeb Ghimire said…
Dear Frances,
Thanks for your comments and good wishes for betterment of democracy in my country and I wish you the same in your country. And thanks again for your comments on my organization. Yes Freedom Forum was initiated at the time of royal takeover of state authority in 2004 and started the move towards inclusive democracy in real sense. Democracy is one of the most important working themes of our organization and I have coordinated the program on this theme. Basically our program is framed on research and advocacy activities. Media freedom is another most important working theme. Dear Frances, I hope you may notice the ongoing peace process in Nepal .This peace dealings and democratization processes in fact can make a shift from elite/feudal led democracy to grass root and participatory democracy in Nepal. And frankly we are getting opportunities to make border domain of knowledge on conflict transformation and democratization + more associated themes on it e.g. electoral reform, federalism public sector reform etc in our home country. I believe we can make reality of all peoples, dreams with new constitution soon. I am so happy to see you here in this network and I believe you will add me as your friends. I will be in touch with you.

At 3:47am on June 4, 2008, Waheed Ahmad said…
thanks for you reply, now a days we (Lawyers) are busy in the movement of Rule of Law in Pakistan , and i am sure with the best wishes of you people we are able to restore our Judiciary in Pakistan. and we all are again ready to go to jail for this issue. ( I already spent 9 days in Jail during this movement against Army) thanks again for your wishes.

My e.mail is

with regards

At 7:31pm on April 14, 2008, Frances Delahanty said…
Dear Yadab,

I'm happy to hear that the NVC book arrived safely and that you're happy to have it. I was wondering about that just this week, and so I appreciate your letting me know it arrived! If you have any questions about NVC as you read it, please write and ask.

Warm regard,

At 3:17pm on April 14, 2008, Yadab Bastola said…
Dear Frances
I am so happy for you sending me book of NVC.Just Yesterday I got it.It is really intresting and usefull .I am so glad with you.Hope I will get more information and guidelince in future .
any way I am so happy for sending that book .
At 5:21am on March 21, 2008, Chris LeGore said…

It seems we share some common interests so I wanted to make my introduction. I'm Chris from New Orleans. I'm studying Comparative legal systems at Tulane Law School and am very interested in Human Rights and Mediation and Negotiation. Given our common interests it would be good to start communication so we can refer to each other for advice in the future. Please take a minute to view my page and leave a message if you like.

At 7:56pm on February 27, 2008, Frances Delahanty said…
Dear Bobichand,
No need to apologize for the delay. We all lead busy lives! And thank you for letting me know that your motivation for your work began as a student. It encourages me in my own work with students.

Thank you also for your suggestions for places to visit in your area of India. Hopefully I will be able to follow through on them some time. They certainly sound like wonderful places to visit. I learn so much when I visit other places and other countries. I'm happy that "travel study" has become more popular in the US, as too many of our students lack the perspective of people beyond our national borders.

Again, my best wishes to you,

At 12:49pm on February 27, 2008, Bobichand Rajkumar said…
Dear Frances,
I am very sorry for my late response. Thank you very much indeed for your comments.
I was motivated by the situation to begin my involvement in social actions as a student.
Yes! If you can motivate your students to involve in social actions, it may make a difference.

Thank you for your 7-day retreat in India. Please try to spend some days in Imphal, Manipur too next time. The only Floating National Park in the world, Keibul Lamjao, home of the brow entlered deer, Sangai is in Manipur. Loktak, the largest fresh water lake in the North-East India lies in Manipur. Manipur is famous for its handloom and handicrafts.
Once again thank you very much indeed for your wish in my continued success in helping this troubled area.
I look forward to keeping in touch with you.

Warm regards,
At 5:28am on February 25, 2008, Waheed Ahmad said…
Dear Frances,

Thank you so mcuh for your e.mail , You are right its not easy to enter in Madrassas for that i use my links with some Officals i mean the department people and also offering them a food for kids and some clothes , so then i am allowed. but due to some financial problem ( I was arrested By Police during the Emergeny in Pakistan ,i am a member of Human Rights Committee so they sent me in prison for almost 8days and even after they are behind me ) i have no money to go to mudrassas again. but hope when any NGO want to work for them i will be happy to work with.

IF possible please send me mails of my Yahoo id my e.mail is

with best regards

Yours truly
Waheed Ahmad
At 12:06pm on February 24, 2008, Yadab Bastola said…
Dear Frances
Thanks for your informative mail.and also thanks for sending this book.I will infrom to you whene i will get it .I hope you will be gerat for my future .I want to touch with you.I think i can read/speak good English.Now i am doing like this business in Nepal.
Yadab Bastola

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