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This is the group that gives you access to edit the web pages and join in the development of the CommunicatingNeeds project and all associated websites.

www.CommunicatingNeeds.org.uk provides on-line help for interpersonal issues & UK availability of mediation services.

At the CommunicatingNeeds yahoo group we discuss the direction of the changes we are trying to create. If you like the idea of collaborating to enable social change, please join this discussion group. You might like to introduce yourself to the group in a way that works best for you and that makes your background and interests clear.
(You need no more technical skill than to be here.)

The first 'feeder' website to www.CommunicatingNeeds.org.uk is www.apologyplus.org.uk. This is an issue based website, as distinct from a context based website. (The development web log for this website is www.apologyplus.blogspot.com)
The current list of contexts seeking text before going online is as follows: Business, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Health Service, Neighbours, School, Workplace.
The current list of issues seeking text before going online is as follows:
Accusations, Addiction, Anger, Avoiding Litigation, Regret, Separation.

If you are interested in adding or editing our websites the technology we are offering to make this easy is called a wiki. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki)
For your access to the CommunicatingNeeds wiki site simply join this group and look at the links.

The photo below was taken on 21st May 2006, at the event which launched CommunicatingNeeds.org.uk -Paul Crosland, Marshall Rosenberg & Maria Arpa.

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  • Mar 15, 2006
  • English

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