Nonviolent Conflict Resolution

How to resolve conflicts and disruptions in your permaculture projects and programs.

Howling At The Moon: Communication And Connection For Healing The Pack

Howling at the moon is an analogy for describing clear and heart-centered communication established with yourself first and then extended to another.

Community Building: Social And Spiritual Permaculture For Intentional Communities And Transition Towns

Our ecovillage set up ‘invisible structures’, to build a strong community, to work together well, from practical land care to our deepest vision.

5 Conflict Resolution Strategies We All Use

People deal with conflict in many ways. Kenneth Thomas and Ralph Kilmann developed five conflict resolution strategies people use to handle conflict.

Afristar Foundation

Afristar Foundation is a public benefit organisation that develops projects and strategies promoting Green Futures centered on a nature-based economy. We do this by advocating for, and creating, 'green' sustainable projects and developing multimedia educational resources. Our underlying ethos is that there is a wealth of untapped natural heritage and social capital that can be mobilised to facilitate sustainable livelihoods.

Social Permaculture

This chapter discusses ways to resolve conflicts in your community projects.

Reconciliation through Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice is a non-adversarial, non-retributive approach to justice that emphasizes healing in victims, meaningful accountability of offenders, and...

Co-Counseling, Present Time - More information at

Present time is used in co-counseling to bring one back out of a anxious memory to the safety of the real world. It can be used for other moments of anxiety...