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Michael Nagler Speaks at Dominican University of California

Michael Nagler, President and Co-Founder of The Metta Center for Nonviolence, visited Dominican University of California on April 3rd. He gave a presentation and spoke about the roadmap and the New Story. Listen to it right here, but note: the recorder lost power at the end so it cuts off abruptly. We will work on… read more

“From Principles to Practice” – Constructive Programme

In the last video of The Metta Center’s “From Principles to Practice” video series, Professor Michael Nagler talks about Gandhi’s Constructive Programme theory. Feel free to share and discuss your opinions! We look forward to hearing from you!… read more

“From Principles to Practice” – Constructive Programme Discussion

Over the summer, The Metta Center hosted research fellows for an internship program to study with The Metta Center. They developed a video series titled, “From Principles to Practice.” In this videos, Professor Michael Nagler, President of The Metta Center for Nonviolence, speaks about several topics regarding nonviolence and nonviolent practices. In this video, Michael… read more

A National Peace Academy Partnership with Metta Center

  meditation for peacemakers Date: March 17, 2012 Time: 9:30-5:30 pm Location:  Petaluma, CA (to be announced once registrations are in). Conducted by:   Metta Center for Nonviolence Course Instructors: Michael Nagler, Metta Center President and Professor emeritus and founder of Peace and Conflict Studies Program, UC Berkeley; Stephanie Van Hook, Metta Center Executive Director Course fees: $125 general (We… read more