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  • Leadership

    Leadership, by Tim Jackins. Leadership in RC is different from leadership anywhere else. I think we understand what it means to lead.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 27 to 28

  • The Nature of Leadership

    The Nature of Leadership, by Harvey Jackins, Present Time No. 37, pp 24-28. If two or more people are to do anything together effectively, at least one person must fill the key leadership functions. It's fine if more than one do, but at least one person must function as a leader if the group is going to succeed.
    Published in: Present Time 37, October 1979, Leading

  • Addressing difficulties in Leadership

    Addressing difficulties in Leadership, by Diane Shisk. Re-evaluation Counseling is a great training ground for leaders.
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 63 to 64

  • The Continuum of Parent Leadership

    The Continuum of Parent Leadership, by Patty Wipfler. Present Time 148, page 37to 39. Parenting is first and foremost a long-term commitment to nurture at least one young person through his or her formative and vulnerable early years. It’s both an intimate relationship and a job we parents pour our energy into for decades.
    Published in: Present Time 148, July 2007, Liberation(pages 37 to 39)

  • Being Open About Difficulties in Leadership

    Being Open About Difficulties in Leadership, by Diane Shisk. some common distress recordings have interfered with us as leaders engaging with others in a meaningful and ongoing way
    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013, Teaching

  • Leadership

    Leadership, by Tim Jackins. Present Time No. 146, pages 53-56
    Published in: Present Time 146, January 2007

  • Parenting as the Road to Leadership Skills

    Parenting as the Road to Leadership Skills, by Patty Wipfler. It can improve our perspective to think of ourselves as leaders of our families. Consider your situation. You, the parent, are a member of a small band of people who care about each other. You are fortunate enough to have the tools of counseling which unlock the mystery of your own irrationalities and point the way toward healing for yourself, your allies, and your children.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, Contents(pages 3 to 7)

  • Clear and Explicit Leadership

    Clear and Explicit Leadership by, Eric Lessinger. RC is explicitly not a political action organization, but it is most useful in encouraging people to think and act on important political questions. This organization has continued to thrive and grow over the last twenty-five years, while many others I've been part of have fallen by the wayside.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the mail: page 76)

  • Wide World Leadership

    Wide World Leadership, by George Partlow. I attended the Veterans' and Allies' Workshop led by Julian Weissglass and Jim Driscoll this February in Phoenix (Arizona, USA).
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Wide World Changing(Page 78)

  • My Leadership in Russian RC

    My Leadership in Russian RC, by Venera Yamidanova. My introduction to RC goes back to the workshop on RC fundamentals conducted by Harvey Jackins, in 1990, in Leningrad (Russia). I remember my first experience of working in a demonstration. That workshop brought me to realize that Re-evaluation Counseling might be efficiently used in both my professional activity and my re-emergence.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 79

  • Personal Leadership

    Personal Leadership, by Harvey Jackins. From “Common Goals for All Humans” on page 45 of "The Rest of Our Lives". Effective organization consists of you and your ability to get other people to trust you, love you, listen to you, read what you offer them to read, and join with you on specific acts. That’s what it consists of. The close personal tie is the only thing that is durable enough for people to move very far on.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: page 47

  • Many-Issue Leadership

    Many-Issue Leadership, by Marsha Saxton. I just returned from leading our twelfth annual International Disability Liberation and Allies Workshop, in Hebron, Connecticut, USA. We had nearly a hundred people, many of whom have returned for all or nearly all of these years.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: pages 57-58

  • Women Thinking About, and Offering Leadership to, Men

    Women Thinking About, and Offering Leadership to, Men, by Donna McDermot. At the Women's Liberation Workshop (January 1997) I convened a topic group, 'Women Leading Men's Liberation.' Here is some of what was said by the twelve women who participated.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberationpage 25

  • Achieving Meaningful Leadership Against Oppression

    Achieving Meaningful Leadership Against Oppression, by Marsha Saxton. Last week, as part of a week-long focus by National Public Radio on disability issues, I had the chance to speak to almost two million people about my work on genetics, reproductive health, and disability issues. This was a privilege, a boon to my work, and also a boost to my own re-emergence.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Wide World Changing: pages 8 to 9

  • Giving Up Leadership and Starting Over

    Giving Up Leadership and Starting Over, by Ellie Putnam. I thought I'd update you on my activities since I moved to the Pacific Northwest, almost a year and a half ago. It's been good and hard and definitely re-emergent.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: page 82)

  • Leadership

    Published in: RC Theory

  • Foundation Leadership

    Published in: Foundation

  • 什么是纠正(RC)领导者的最好途径?

    Published in: Chinese

  • Leadership

    Leadership, by Harvey Jackins. Leadership is necessary. Leadership is an inherent human characteristic.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:38

  • Ten Points of Leadership

    Ten Points of Leadership, by Julian Weissglass. Here are Ten Points of Leadership, which I prepared many years ago for a poster at workshops. They are a summary of the parts of RC leadership theory that are most important to me.
    Published in: Present Time 186, January 2017, Wide World Changing26

  • Parents’ Leadership and Liberation

    Parents’ Leadership and Liberation, by Patty Wipfler. Present Time 125, page 53. The leadership parents do at home is important, revolutionary, life-changing leadership. Without this work, human beings will not be in shape to change other things in society.
    Published in: Present Time 125, October 2001

  • Building Community and Backing the Leadership of Younger People and People of Color

    Building Community and Backing the Leadership of Younger People and People of Color by Ellie Brown. RC Teacher 29, page 24. For several years we have brought together our Area’s younger people and people of color for Sunday classes. The classes all meet in the same house at the same time. I have been the primary teacher, assisted by other certified teachers, including Apryl Walker, my Alternate Area Reference Person, and Jessica Whitehead, a long-time supporter of our Area.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Miracles, Connection, and Leadership

    Miracles, Connection, and Leadership, by Wytske Visser. It’s a miracle that in two hundred and sixty-six days we grow from a tiny little egg and seed cell into a baby.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Wide World Changing17

  • Individual Leadership

    Individual Leadership
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:74

  • Joining Organizations and Supporting Working-Class Leadership

    Joining Organizations and Supporting Working-Class Leadership, by Caroline New. In middle-class workshops, Seán Ruth1 has been talking about the need to organise effectively over the next twenty years in order to stop the worst effects of climate change and ensure that less oppressive societies emerge after the collapse of capitalism.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Wide World Changing69

  • Listening, Leadership, and Sisterhood

    Listening, Leadership, and Sisterhood by María Lorena Cuéllar Barandiarán. I was a member of the No Limits for Women delegation at the non-governmental-organization Women’s Forum held this March in conjunction with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Beijing+20, in New York, New York, USA. I still feel the excitement of the work we did together there.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changingpage 39

  • The Development of New Leadership

    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Following the Leadership of Native Peoples

    Following the Leadership of Native Peoples, by Jack Manno. As soon as I heard about the People’s Climate March in New York City (New York, USA),1 I knew I wanted to be there.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Wide World Changing59

  • Take Leadership to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons

    Take Leadership to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons, Julian Weissglass. Climate change and the threat of nuclear war are the two most important challenges facing humanity. In the early 1980s Harvey Jackins was concerned about nuclear war. He encouraged us to discharge on the phrase, “It won’t happen because . . . .“
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Wide World Changing55

  • A Man Takes Leadership on Women’s Liberation

    A Man Takes Leadership on Women’s Liberation, by Goof Buijs. I was one of the male delegates participating in the No Limits for Women project in New York (New York, USA) last March.1 It was great to be there as a male ally and to work with a group of our strong RC women leaders.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:61

  • Taking Leadership on Climate Change

    Taking Leadership on Climate Change, by Shelly Friedmann, "I wanted to give you an update on some exciting things I’ve figured out in my life since the care-of-the-environment talk you gave at the East Coast North America Leaders’ Workshop"
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changingpages42-43

  • Disability Leadership

    Disability Leadership, by Yuho Asaka. Describing her experience at the No Limits for Women project in Beijing.
    Published in: Sisters 10

  • Meta número dos y el liderazgo consiguiente

    Meta número dos y el liderazgo consiguiente, por Tim Jackins. (Goal Number Two, and Following Leadership) La Meta Numero Dos dice: La Comunidad de Reevaluación y Co-escucha pondrá nuevos y crecientes esfuerzos para hacer que Reevaluación y Co-escucha y las Comunidades de Reevaluación y Co-escucha sean accesibles a los jóvenes.
    Published in: Spanish

  • Leadership Amongst People Targeted by Racism

    Published in: Foundation

  • Ondersteuning van inheems leiderschap

    We erkennen het bestaan van inheemse volkeren en ondersteunen hun leiderschap. Mensen over de hele wereld moeten alles doen wat nodig is om te herstellen van de gevolgen van alle vroegere en huidige genocidepolitiek ten opzichte van inheemse volkeren. Wij staan op tegen alle vormen van genocide in het heden en zetten ons in om daar een einde aan te maken. We verzetten ons tegen alles wat ons verhindert om te leren van het leiderschap van inheemse mensen. Wij ondersteunen en volgen hun leiderschap. Wij allen bezetten inheems land en verbruiken inheemse grondstoffen.
    Published in: Dutch

  • D.1. STRUCTURE DE LA COMMUNAUTÉ – LEADERSHIP

    D.1. STRUCTURE DE LA COMMUNAUTÉ – LEADERSHIP Toutes les personnes occupant un poste de leadership dans les Communautés de Réévaluation par la Co-écoute sont tenues de pratiquer régulièrement la Co-écoute, de se tenir au courant des développements de la théorie, de donner en exemple un engagement envers la libération des humains vis-à-vis de la détresse et de l’oppression, et chaque fois que cela est possible, d'assister à des ateliers ou des classes dirigés par d'autres formateurs ou formatrices.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • E.1. Structure of the Community-Leadership

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Escuchar, Liderazgo, y Hermandad

    Escuchar, Liderazgo, y Hermandad, Maria Lorena Cuellar Barandiaran. “No Límites para las Mujeres en Conferencia de Naciones Unidas. Beijing + 20. Nueva York. Estados Unidos. Marzo 2015. (RC “No Limits for Women” Delegation. Beijing + 20 UN Conference in New York. March 2015)
    Published in: Spanish, Liberation

  • Escuchar, Liderazgo, y Hermandad

    Escuchar, Liderazgo, y Hermandad by Maria Lorena Cuellar Barandiarran.Formé parte de la delegación “Sin límites para las mujeres,” en Foro de Mujeres, organización no gubernamental, este marzo conjunto con la Comisión de las Naciones Unidas sobre la Condición de Mujeres Beijing+20 en Nueva York, Nueva York, EEUU.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changingpage 39

  • A Safe Environment for Learning to Lead

    A Safe Environment for Learning to Lead, from "Logical Thinking About a Future Society," by Harvey Jackins. The great problem before people everywhere in the wide world is lack of leadership. Everywhere people are eager to do something effective about their conditions, even where their patterned appearance and behavior give a different impression. People are frustrated and sometimes turn to destructive outlets out of their frustration, but in reality they are everywhere anxious to take constructive actions. Lack of leadership and lack of policy are the crucial problems—the lack of leadership with a correct policy.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 82

  • There Are No 'Good' Patterns

    There Are No 'Good' Patterns, by Randi Wolfe. I want to spend this evening's class talking about leadership, attacks, 'liberalism,' and why this kind of 'drastic' or 'harsh' intervention is sometimes necessary. I want to do this without disrespecting either of the people involved and without allowing the discussion to become gossip.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 52 to 56.)

  • Goals Adopted at the 2017 World Conference

    Goals Adopted at the 2017 World Conference: Young People and Young Adults, Ending Classism, Care of the Environment, Backing Indigenous Existence and Leadership
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:07

  • Self-Estimation

    Self-Estimation, by Tim Jackins. The purpose of self-estimation is to unite a group with its leadership. At the World Conference, it’s about the job that Diane Shisk and I each do.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 25

  • Ending Racism on Campus

    Ending Racism on Campus, by Ellie Brown. This summer and fall I led two RC fundamentals classes for people taking leadership to end racism on our campus.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Liberation32

  • High Expectations of RC Leaders and Their Relationships

    High Expectations of RC Leaders and Their Relationships, by A-. About a year ago, the two of us (whom we'll call A- and B-) were suspended from leadership in the RC Communities. Difficulties that surfaced in our non-RC relationship had begun to intrude into our work as RCers, and we were acting contrary to RC theory and policy.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Counseling Practice: pages 25 to 26

  • Re-emergence at the World Conference

    Re-emergence at the World Conference, by Bafana Matsebula. The World Conference was attended by two hundred and thirty Co-Counselors from all over the world. I was fortunate enough to be invited, along with several fellow African leaders. The World Conference is an opportunity, every four years, for the leadership of our organisation to review the Guidelines, reflect on the past four years, set goals for the next four years, connect, get good sessions, and confirm the positions of the International Reference Person and the Alternate International Reference Person for the next four years.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 19

  • The Knowledge and Power of Direct Production Workers

    The Knowledge and Power of Direct Production Workers, by Dan Nickerson. It has always been encouraging and a contradiction to fears about classism for people to see the four of us working and thinking together and to see our closeness and support for each other’s leadership.
    Published in: Present Time 198, January 2020, Liberation37

  • Working Together to End Classism

    Working Together to End Classism, by Carla Macchello. This March I had the privilege of attending a Working Together to End Classism Workshop led by Gwen Brown, the International Liberation Reference Person for People Raised Poor. Her leadership on a difficult and usually “heavy” topic was outstanding on so many levels.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:69

  • To Struggle Successfully

    To Struggle Successfully, by Harvey Jackins. Oppressed people must have leadership in order to struggle successfully for liberation.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Liberationpage 32

  • Understating

    Understating, by Debra Reich. I am a working-class, Catholic woman, only girl, youngest sibling, with a loud father and a silent mother. I have been using these identity groups in an understatement-type direction for why (of course) I take on leadership wherever I go.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: page 85

  • Growth in Argentina

    Growth in Argentina, by Ronnie Rafferty. There has been extraordinary growth this year, and we now have a fine group of committed leaders who played key roles in the workshop. I presented a popular version of Harvey's book The Enjoyment of Leadership.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, TeachingPage 41

  • Clay Houses, Sweden, and South Africa

    Clay Houses, Sweden, and South Africa, by Tessa Abramowitz. I want to tell you a little of what has been happening since I met you in Israel. I returned to Sweden filled with new courage and energy, inspired by the conference, by the many new friendships, and by yours and Cherie's leadership.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: pages 75 to 76)

  • I Have To Leave Now!

    I Have to Leave Now, by Cherie Brown. Many Jewish leaders have been calling me about, taking a session on, or acting out intense feelings of needing to leave something now! It could be a relationship, the place where they live, their work or organizational commitments, or RC leadership. I often have these feelings myself. For me they are usually attached to my non-RC work. I experience them as an overwhelming feeling that what is going on[1] is unbearable and that “I have to leave now!”
    Published in: Ruah Hadashah 11

  • An Introduction to Middle-Class Liberation

    An Introduction to Middle-Class Liberation by Harvey Jackins. Out True Selves 1, pages 7-8. In each society so far a very important form of division which needs our attention, analysis, and a liberation program has been the division of a part of the working classes on the basis of the functions or roles assigned to them in the economy and culture. Some members of the working classes have always been rewarded, bribed, educated, conditioned, or enforced to play the role of the agents of the owning class in carrying out the functions involving management, culture, education, religion, and military leadership.
    Published in: Our True Selves 1

  • A Challenging and Exciting Time

    A Challenging and Exciting Time, Diane Balser. I have been to most if not all of the RC World Conferences. This last one, in August 2017, was among the most fascinating. The level of leadership and intelligence at World Conferences is inspiring—in particular, when we put our minds toward a controversial issue, as we did at the last conference.
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:27

  • Quote

    Quote, by Harvey Jackins. Lead the world. It is waiting for your leadership.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Wide World Changing53

  • Power, and Effective Policies

    Power, and Effective Policies. Quote by Harvey Jackins. The reclaiming of power is at the heart of our re-emergence. . . . [This] means reaching for influence in existing organizations. It means furnishing effective leadership and encouragement to the people around us.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Wide World Changingpage 42

  • The Africa Pre-World Conference

    The Africa Pre-World Conference by Chioma Okonkwo The 2013 Africa Pre-World Conference took place in Nairobi, Kenya, May 2 to 5, under the able leadership of Tim Jackins, Diane Shisk, and a team of other leaders from Africa and the United States.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:35

  • Taking Initiative in an RC Relationship

    Taking Initiative in an RC Relationship, by Anonymous. I was happy I got to have a mini-session with you at the workshop, and I want to share how much I appreciated what you had to say and give to us. I know I am not alone in this, but I feel like you were talking directly to me. The struggles in our Region and my struggles with some of the leadership have felt personal. For some time they have felt like my personal failing, or the fault of the other person—and like if he or she would simply die, the problem would cease to exist.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 78 to 79

  • Counseling on Integrity and Courage

    Counseling on Integrity and Courage, By Marsha Hunter. Thought about the demonstration at the July leadership conference in Seattle on "What's an area where you're not quite honest with yourself? Where do you excuse yourself for not acting?"
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, Counseling Practice(Page 38)

  • "Once Upon a Time"

    "Once Upon a Time" by, Deborah Robinson. During my last session at the New England Leadership Workshop with Harvey back in December, my Co-Counselor suggested using a generalized understatement: "It sometimes happens that someone forgets how good she is."
    Published in: Present Time 107, April 1997, Counseling Practice(page 19)

  • A Doctor with Initiative

    A Doctor with Initiative by, David Musnick. My fundamentals class is going really well. I have thirteen people, including two people of color and five doctors. I am happy to be taking more leadership roles in my life.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: page 77)

  • The Working Class, the World, and RC

    The Working Class, the World, and RC, by Harvey Jackins. A comprehensive discussion of class oppression and working class liberation.
    Published in: Benign Reality

  • The Working Class, the World, and RC

    Published in: Working for a Living 5

  • Young People’s Classes

    Young People’s Classes by Ellie Brown. RC teacher 29, page 111. Many people ask me how to set up young people’s classes in their Regions. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from teaching classes for young people, it’s flexibility. There are, however, certain guidelines I follow when setting up a young people’s class. Here are the basics.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • The Chronic Patterns of Classism

    The Chronic Patterns of Classism, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time 87, page 32. The fundamental oppression in our society is the economic exploitation by the society of the people who work, for the supposed benefit of the people who own the means of production.
    Published in: Present Time 87, April 1992

  • Taking Our Place: A Draft Middle-Class Liberation Policy

    Taking Our Place: A Draft Middle-Class Liberation Policy. Our True Selves No. 2, pages 5-22.
    Published in: Our True Selves 2

  • Changes to the Guidelines, 2013

    Changes to the Guidelines, 2013, by Re-evaluation Counseling Communities. Leaders of our RC Communities meet every four years at a World Conference to continue the development of the Guidelines for the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 32 to 41

  • A Young People’s and Young Adults’ Strategic Plan

    A Young People’s and Young Adults’ Strategic Plan. The following is a draft of a Young People’s and Young Adults’ Strategic Plan, written by a group of young and young adult leaders. It is to go along with the new goal about young people and young adults adopted at the 2017 World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities.
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, Liberation48

  • The Intelligence, Strength, Endurance, Goodness,  and Significance of Working-Class People Everywhere

    The Intelligence, Strength, Endurance, Goodness,  and Significance of Working-Class People Everywhere, by Dan Nickerson. This article is about the importance of the Working-Class Commitment. I think the Commitment is one of the most important pieces ever written for working-class people. Harvey Jackins* first used it in counseling me in about 1984. I assume he created it.
    Published in: Working for a Living 8

  • Thoughts on Being an Effective Ally to Women

    Thoughts on Being an Effective Ally to Women, by John Kinsella. I participated in the conference with the Re-evaluation-Counseling-sponsored "No Limits For Women Project. It was exhilarating to be with so many powerful women and men from around the world, thinking about women's liberation issues and planning to improve the situation of women everywhere.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, Liberationpages: 76 to 78

  • Call for a Draft Program for Rational Wide World Changing

    Call for a Draft Program for Rational Wide World Changing, by Harvey Jackins. Wide World Changing No. 2, pages 18-20.
    Published in: Wide World Changing 2

  • I Want You All to be Leaders

    I Want You All to be Leaders by Tim Jackins. RC Teacher 29, page 37.We in RC know a set of powerful things. Knowing and using these things make it possible for people to have their own minds again. Our work is to get them out to everyone in the world.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Building an RC Community with People of Color at the Center

    Building an RC Community with People of Color at the Center by Alysia Tate
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Being "Regular" and Being a Leader

    Being "Regular" and Being a Leader, by Teresa Enrico. Raised-poor girl realizes, “Hey, I am a leader!”
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages: 78 to 79

  • Healing from War: What Are We Doing and Why?

    Healing From War: What Are We Doing and Why?, by Julian Weissglass. War is the most irrational societal action carried out by human beings. Fighting a war requires organizing enormous resources, convincing or coercing people to risk their lives to kill other human beings, and convincing others to support the war. If we do the emotional work in our sessions and take action in the wide world, we can help spread a vision of the possibility of a world without war. How sweet and fitting it will be for humans to end war.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: pages 51 to 56

  • Common Goals For All Humans

    Common Goals for All Humans, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time 58, page 29. I have some wider generalizations that I want to present. This is the first time I'm talking about these. They come under the heading "perceiving reality accurately."
    Published in: Present Time 58, January 1985

  • A Full Life for Every Family Member

    A Full Life for Every Family Member, by Randi Wolfe. What follows is an update on my wide world work in going public with RC around parents' liberation, some insights I've been having as client, and some thinking I've been doing about RC parents' liberation.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: pages 75 to 80

  • A Model of Young People's Work in RC

    A Model of Young People's Work in RC, by Alana and Nina Eichner. Present Time 160, July 2010, page 67. The class started with about ten young people, with an age range of nine to fifteen years, and no adult allies. Joel Nogic, the Regional Reference Person for one of the Boston Regions, led the class with an older young person assisting him. The class has always met about once a month, with a parent as the organizer.
    Published in: Present Time 160, July 2010, Liberation: pages 67-68

  • French Translations

    Traductions en Français (Translations into French)
    Published in: French

  • Selected Projects of the Re-evaluation Foundation

    Published in: Foundation

  • White People Working to End White Racism and Genocide

    White People Working to End White Racism and Genocide, by Dvora Slavin. Our central work and agreement as Co-Counselors is to re-emerge and recover our full humanness. Eliminating the oppressor recordings of white racism and genocide is key to this.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, No Section21

  • The Chronic Patterns of Classism

    The Chronic Patterns of Classism, Harvey Jackins. As we try to Co-Counsel with each other well across our class divisions, we are detecting certain common chronic patterns attached to members of the same class.
    Published in: Present Time 185, October 2016, Liberation74

  • List of Workshops

    List of Workshops of the No Limits for Women Project at the Beijing NGO Forum.
    Published in: Sisters 10

  • My Picture of Young Adult Oppression and Liberation

    My Picture of Young Adult Oppression and Liberation, by Ellie Brown. I am writing now to share with all of you my current picture of young adult oppression and liberation.
    Published in: Present Time 159, April 2010, Liberation(pages 37 to 39)

  • Who Is Responsible? (five articles)

    Who Is Responsible?, by multiple authors. Five articles taken from a discussion on the RC e-mail discussion list for leaders in the care of the environment.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Counseling Practice12

  • Preparing for a Politics of Meaning Movement

    Preparing for a Politics of Meaning Movement, by Cherie R. Brown. Jewish tradition teaches that Jews had to wander in the desert for forty years until they were ready as a people to move from enslavement to freedom. It will be that challenging for people to move from living a politics of materialism to living a politics of meaning.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 12 to 13

  • Changes Made In The Guidelines by The 1993 World Conference

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Changes in the Guidelines of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities Adopted by the 1997 World Conference

    Changes in the Guidelines of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities Adopted by the 1997 World Conference.
    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998, (Guidelines Revisions: pages 10 to 17)

  • Excerpts from Reports from the Beijing Women’s conference - Present Time October 1995

    Excerpts from Reports from the Beijing Women’s conference - Present Time October 1995. Edited reports.
    Published in: Present Time 101, October 1995

  • A Thinking About Goal 2

    Thinking about Goal 2, by Emily Bloch. Present Time 159, April 2010, page 23 to 24. Specifically, the goal is “that the Re-evaluation Counseling Community put new and increased efforts into making Re-evaluation Counseling and the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities accessible to young people.”
    Published in: Present Time 159, April 2010, Liberation(pages 23 to 24)

  • The Next Stage of Middle-Class Liberation

    The Next Stage of Middle-Class Liberation, by Sean Ruth. RC middle-class liberation work has until now dealt mainly with middle-class internalized oppression.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Liberation: pages 52 to 54

  • Literature in Languages Other Than English

    Literature in Languages Other Than English. The important job of translating RC literature is done by volunteers. Truus Jansen is the Rational Island Publishers Translation Coordinator.
    Published in: Present Time, Literature In Other Languagespages 94 to 98

  • Goals 2017

    Goals for the RC Communities, current
    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Goals and Policies

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Raised Poor Draft Policy Statement

    Raised Poor Draft Policy Statement, by Gwen Brown
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Living a Life of Integrity (eight articles)

    Living a Life of Integrity, by Cherie Brown. Given that capitalism and imperialism are still operating, how do we, as Jews, live a principled life, a life of integrity, outside of upward mobility, assimilation, and racism?
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: page 37 to 42

  • What Are the Needs of Leaders?

    What Are the Needs of Leaders?, by Harvey Jackins. They need a chance to report on what they’ve been doing, with the attention of their interested peers. That’s point one on the Wygelian agenda.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Wide World Changing(page 69 to 70)

  • Care of the Environment - (Nine Articles)

    Care of the Environment - (Nine Articles). On the following nine pages are thoughts from several International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons about their constituencies and care of the environment.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Wide World Changing(page 73 to 81)

  • Recruiting

    Published in: Kind, Friendly Universe

  • Italian Translations

    Traduzioni in Italiano (Translations into Italian)
    Published in: Italian

  • Racism, Genocide, and the Environment

    Published in: Environment -

  • Sustaining All Life at COP23, in Bonn, Germany

    Sustaining All Life at COP23, in Bonn, Germany, Teresa Enrico and Wytske Visser. In November 2017, a Sustaining All Life (SAL) delegation of twenty-four RCers plus nine volunteers went to Bonn, Germany, for the United Nations climate change conference called COP23 (COP stands for Conference of the Parties). It was organized by the Fiji Islands.
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Wide World Changing39

  • No Limits, at Beijing+20

    No Limits, at Beijing+20 "The following are some reports on the No Limits for Women project at the non-governmental-organization Women’s Forum held in conjunction with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Beijing+20, in New York, New York, USA, March 2015."
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changingpages35-38

  • Pride in Being Working-Class

    Pride in Being Working-Class, by Esti Cohen. This support group consists of all women. It's important for women to be identified with the working-class liberation movement, as well as men, because women have been doing the work of the world for a long time, too.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, TeachingLeading, Community Building: page 54

  • Understanding the Guidelines

    Understanding the Guidelines, by Tim Jackins. A talk by Tim Jackins at the Australia and New Zealand Pre-World Conference, April 2013.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 31 to 32

  • Care of the Environment, and RC

    Care of the Environment, and RC, by Wytske Visser. A new RC goal for care of the environment (COE) was adopted at the World Conference of the RC Communities in August 2013.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Wide World Changingpage 65 to 66

  • Why Middle-Class People Should Work On How Bad Things Were

    Why Middle-Class People Should Work On How Bad Things Were, by Caroline New. Our True Selves No. 2, pages 28-29.
    Published in: Our True Selves 2

  • Prospects For RC

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • No Limits Photos at CSW59

    Published in: No Limits Photos

  • Report on an RC Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya 27th February to 1st March, 1998

    Report on an RC Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya 27th February to 1st March, 1998, by Melphy Sakupwanya. Wanjiku Kironyo, the Area Reference Person for Kenya, had expressed concern at the African leaders' meeting in South Africa about the lack of sustainability of RC in Kenya.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 33 to 34

  • Learning to Change the Way I Lead

    Learning to Change the Way I Lead, by Gina Kellogg. I have been wanting to share some things I learned at the most recent workshop I led for our Region. It was a general workshop on reclaiming power, which I lead yearly.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Counseling Practice(page 13)

  • A New Initiative on Ending Classism

    A New Initiative on Ending Classism, by Dan Nickerson. Increasingly on the RC e-mail discussion lists, people are recognizing that capitalism, our current version of the oppressive class society, is a limiting factor in social change.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Counseling Practice: pages 8 to 9

  • Building a People of Color Community

    Building a People of Color Community by Victor Nicassio RC Teacher 28, page 97. Harvey proposed many years ago that each one of us can build a world community around ourselves. When I first heard it I decided that as a person of Arab heritage I wanted to build a community that was at least half people of color-—something that I hadn’t seen before in RC.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • A Workshop in Rwanda

    A Workshop in Rwanda, by Wanjiku Kironyo. I led an RC workshop in Kigali, Rwanda, in August 2013.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 59

  • Teaching About Leading

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Fundamentals Class Outline #4

    Published in: Teaching -

  • Contents Spanish Translations

    Translations into Español (Translations into Spanish)
    Published in: Spanish

  • Bringing Our Strengths as RCers to the Movement to Stop Climate Change

    Bringing Our Strengths as RCers to the Movement to Stop Climate Change by Diane Shisk. One of the things Harvey Jackins said that has always been important to me is that RC gives everyone the chance to have a meaningful life. All of us can use our tools to make profound changes in the lives of many individuals and, if we stretch, in our society. And now the advent of global climate change gives us an even bigger chance to make a significant impact.
    Published in: Present Time 192, July 2018, Wide World Changing10

  • Community Building in Northern Uganda

    Community Building in Northern Uganda by Alfred Oryem. I wish I could turn back the clock and write this report with the same enthusiasm I felt at the workshop, but I can’t. Our joyous moments were quickly turned into mourning a day after the workshop by the brutal murder of one of our members, John Brown Odongkara, the brother of Naume Atunu, the Alternate Area Reference Person for Gulu, Uganda. Even so, I must write a report on the young adults’ and leaders’ workshop, led by Wanjiku Kironyo, in Gulu.
    Published in: Present Time 192, July 2018, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:73

  • Present Time 171, April 2013

    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013

  • Reference Guide for Organizing Regional and International RC Workshops

    Reference Guide for Organizing Regional and International RC Workshops
    Published in: Workshops Guidelines

  • Actively Taking RC into the Wide World

    Actively Taking RC into the Wide World. The following are excerpts from postings—on the RC e-mail discussion lists for leaders of wide world change and leaders of Jews—by people who attended the Actively Taking RC into the Wide World Workshop led by Tim Jackins, in New York, USA, this June.
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, Wide World Changing74

  • Caring Openly for Each Other

    Caring Openly for Each Other, by Tim Jackins. There are no limits to how much we can care and show that we care in any relationship, including the Co-Counseling one. There is no rational need to be distant, and yet we are still carefully distant.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, No Section44

  • Human Liberation Requires Full Female Participation

    Human Liberation Requires Full Female Participation, by A—. My son is five years old. He is very interested in the jobs people do.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Wide World Changing61

  • United to End Racism and Care of the Environment

    United to End Racism and Care of the Environment, by Diane Shisk. At the 2013 World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities, I gathered a group to discuss the possibility of a United to End Racism project for taking RC, and especially our work on eliminating racism, into the environmental movement.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Wide World Changing58

  • A Student Project on Climate Change

    A Student Project on Climate Change by Nancy Faulstich. I recently organized a contest in which local high school students were invited to submit videos, three to ten minutes in length, showing the seriousness of the situation humankind is facing due to climate change but also leaving viewers hopeful about working toward solutions.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changingpages 50-51

  • We Need to Regain Our Connection

    We Need to Regain Our Connection, by Goof Buijs, I attended the Care of the Environment Workshop led by Wytske Visser in the Basque Country.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:27

  • Helping When Someone Is Helpless

    Helping When Someone Is Helpless. This is a report on what I’ve learned: about how to be a client who is determined to discharge humiliation, and how the world looks now that I have discharged some of it.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Counseling Practice21

  • Paying Attention to People Who Haven't Been Thought About

    Paying Attention to People Who Haven't Been Thought About, by Dave Abramson. I have been wanting to write to you for some time now to discuss your ideas regarding people "targeted for destruction." First, I am really pleased that these various groups of people that you describe are becoming the focus of RC attention. I am fairly new to Co-Counseling (less than two years), and I see great potential in it for myself and others.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, People Targeted for Destruction by Society: pages 48 to 49

  • Speaking Out About Fat Oppression and Liberation

    Speaking Out About Fat Oppression and Liberation, by Mel Cowell. It looks to me like many people have food addictions, but some become fat and others don't. It is fat people who are targeted, oppressed, and discriminated against.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 17 to 20

  • Across the Monolingual Divide

    Across the Monolingual Divide, by Carol Rose and Xabi Odriozola Ezeiza Recently I’ve been teaching an RC fundamentals class in Chicago, Illinois, USA, that includes people who know English but not Spanish, and people who know Spanish but not English.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Liberation(page 23)

  • Getting Out RC Ideas

    Getting Out RC Ideas, by Tim Jackins. Answering questions at the Re-evaluation Counseling Community Resources staff workshop, December 2013.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: page 66

  • A Look Back: International Black Men's Liberation Work

    A Look Back: International Black Men's Liberation Work, by Rudy Nickens. Black Re-emergence No. 11, pages 9-11. Participation by Black men in the International Re-evaluation Counseling Communities continues to make progress. A key to the growth and development of black men in RC is the consistency of opportunities for us to meet, think, strategize, and discharge about our lives.
    Published in: Black Re-emergence 11

  • “Mental Health” Liberation For Everybody

    “Mental Health” Liberation For Everybody by Janet Foner. Recovery and Re-emergence 5, pages 80-82.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 5

  • Nationalism, Patriotism, National Pride, and National Liberation

    Nationalism, Patriotism, National Pride, and National Liberation, by Harvey Jackins. It is time to begin to think about nationalism. Nationalism patterns have played a role in certain recent attempts to disrupt the Community. They will also require handling for any future rational society to come into being.
    Published in: A Better World, A Better World: pages 29 to 53

  • A Worldwide Educational Change Leaders' Meeting

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Possessors Of Vast Treasures

    Possessors Of Vast Treasures, by Harvey Jackins.
    Published in: Present Time 53, October 1983

  • The Growth of RC -- Discussions from the 1993 World Conference

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • What We Think We Know That Would Be Good for the Rest of the World to Understand

    What We Think We Know That Would Be Good for the Rest of the World to Understand, by Harvey Jackins. Inherent human nature, distress patterns, and discharge.
    Published in: Present Time 106, January 1997, Counseling Practicepages 3 to 8

  • The Benign Reality

    The Benign Reality, Katie Kaufman. Summary of the book The Benign Reality
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Teaching, Leading, Community Building Page 65

  • A Long-Standing Men's Support Group

    A Long-Standing Men's Support Group, Mike Reichart. How to keep a men's support group vital and effective
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, LiberationPage 35-37

  • Report on the 1997 World Conference

    Report on the 1997 World Conference, by Diane Shisk.
    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998, (World Conference: pages 3 to 4)

  • Introducing a New International Leader for the Environment

    Introducing a New International Leader for the Environment, by Wytske Visser. You may have heard that I am the International Liberation Reference Person for the Care of the Environment. I never expected to be chosen and was very surprised to get a telephone call from Harvey.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Wide World Changing(pages 60 to 61.)

  • International Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Workshop

    Report from a International Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Workshop, by H.M.
    Published in: Present Time 101, October 1995, Contents(Pages 45 to 50)

  • Draft Program for Working-Class Unity

    Draft Program for Working-Class Unity, from "Working for a Living" No.4 Nothing of economic value has ever been produced without human labor. Only our labor can create economic wealth.
    Published in: Working for a Living 4

  • Becoming a Womens Liberation Activist—My Story

    Becoming a Women's Liberation Activist;My Story, by young adult leader. Sisters No. 12, pages 16-21. In doing work on sexism as a young woman and young adult woman, for me what has stood out as a major hurt and confusion for our generation has been not having a wide-world women’s liberation movement actively exposing sexism and taking a stand against it.
    Published in: Sisters 12

  • The Significance of Music

    The Significance of Music, by Heather Hay. Present Time 161, pages 15-17. Music is so much a part of benign reality. It’s one of the ways we remember how good it is to be alive, how exuberant we can be, how much we love to experiment and explore all kinds of different things.
    Published in: Present Time 161, October 2010, Liberation: pages 15-17

  • Black Liberation and Community Development for this Millennium

    Black Liberation and Community Development for this Millennium, by Barbara Love. Black Re-emergence No. 11, pages 5 to 8. BLCD has made a huge difference, both in the capacity of the RC Communities to provide a place of safety for black people and in the capacity of black people to successfully negotiate the RC Communities. Through BLCD, we have put some stuffing in the revolving door of black people coming into and immediately leaving RC.
    Published in: Black Re-emergence 11

  • Gay Oppression and Racism

    Gay Oppression and Racism, by "Lula Mays". a topic group on the intersection of Gay oppression and racism—
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: pages: 23 to 24

  • Getting Out of One Pattern, Not Falling into Another

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • INTERNALIZED RACISM

    Published in: Black Reemergence 2

  • All Commitments

    All commitments
    Published in: Commitments

  • Table of Contents

    Guidelines For The Re-evaluation Counseling Communities Adopted at the August 8-13, 2017 World Conference Storrs, Connecticut, USA and modifications in 2020 for online events
    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Organizing Domestic Workers

    Organizing Domestic Workers, by anonymous. Domestic workers are people who are employed (and sometimes live) in private homes and work primarily as cleaners, nannies, and eldercare workers.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Wide World Changing53

  • Pamphlets

    Pamphlets. All prices are $2.00 (U.S.) except where indicated otherwise. 20% off price for 10 to 19 copies; 40% off for 20 or more copies (of one title). Postage and handling costs will be added. Order form on page 110.
    Published in: Present Time, Pamphletspages 100 to 101

  • Translations in Japanese (PDF)

    Translations into Japanese
    Published in: Japanese

  • Owning-Class Divestment

    Owning-Class Divestment by Multiple. Dear owning-class Co-Counsellors, I am facing a crux (fork in the road, challenge, mountain to climb). I want to figure out how to move us owning-class Co-Counsellors out of a stuck place. We are people born and trained into privilege, entitlement, control, and a form of material security. Some of us have access to real wealth—millions.
    Published in: Present Time 192, July 2018, Liberation60

  • Diane Balser—International Liberation Reference Person for Women

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Joanne Bray—International Liberation Reference Person for Catholics

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Heather Hay — International Liberation Reference Person for Musicians Liberation

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Mari Piggott—International Liberation Reference Person for Young People

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Teresa Enrico—International Liberation Reference Person for Pilipinos/as and Pacific Islanders

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Reference Guide for Organizing Class and Area RC Workshops

    Reference Guide for Organizing Class and Area RC Workshops
    Published in: Workshops Guidelines

  • A Draft Policy for Care of the Environment

    A Draft Policy for Care of the Environment. The following Draft Policy for Care of the Environment builds on the work we have done in the RC Communities since the World Conference adopted the first care of the environment goal in 2001. Since then, we have published the pamphlet Sustaining All Life, the journal also called Sustaining All Life, and the article “Why We Prioritize Addressing Climate Change” as well as other articles.
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, Wide World Changing61

  • Översättningar som efterlyses

    Translations into Swedish
    Published in: Swedish

  • Present Time 175, April 2014

    Table of Contents for Present Time 175, April 2014
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014

  • Highlights and Challenges at COP21

    Highlights and Challenges at COP21; The following twelve articles are about the Sustaining All Life project at the recent United Nations climate talks in Paris, France.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Wide World Changing70

  • Making Good Use of Pope Francis’s Visit

    Making Good Use of Pope Francis’s Visit, by Ellie Hidalgo. Many U.S. Catholic churches involved in community organizing with poor and working-class people have used Pope Francis’s visit as an opportunity to gather, listen to what the Pope has to say, and listen to one another.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Wide World Changing23

  • The Large Women and Female Allies Workshop

    The Large Women and Female Allies Workshop, by Betsy Ames. It was great to be with almost a hundred women who are actively thinking about how to stand against sexism, reclaim their minds, and take charge of their health.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Liberation79

  • A Successful Protest

    A Successful Protest, by Randy Smith. Report of a protest involving an oil exploration vessel in Portland.
    Published in: Present Time 181, October 2015, Wide World Changing43

  • Young People and Care of the Environment

    Young People and Care of the Environment, by Mari Piggott. I talked about the dual and contradictory messages that young people’s oppression gives us on this topic.
    Published in: Present Time 181, October 2015, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:15

  • We Need Them and They Need Us

    We Need Them and They Need Us, Bob Gomez, I recently attended the first-ever Area Reference Persons of the Global Majority Workshop.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:24

  • Working on the “New Initiative on Ending Classism”

    Working on the “New Initiative on Ending Classism”
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Liberation:page 68

  • No Limits, at the Beijing +20 Women’s Forum

    No Limits, at the Beijing +20 Women’s Forum, by Diane Balser. Twenty years ago, a delegation of three hundred RC women (and a few men) attended the Fourth United Nations World Conference on Women, in Beijing, China. We came away with a new understanding of global women’s oppression and liberation.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, ContentsCounseling PracticePages 3 to 4

  • Calling on All Catholic Women of the Global Majority

    Calling on All Catholic Women of the Global Majority by Bo-Young Lim. The women at the recent Catholic women’s workshop led by Joanne Bray were of different class backgrounds, ages, sexual identities, races, and ethnicities.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberationpage 51

  • Connection and Liberation

    Connection, Disconnection, Reconnection, and Liberation by Xabi Odriozola on pages 7 to 11 in the January 2015 issue of Present Time. From talks given by Xabi Odriozola1 at a series of workshops on the East Coast of the United States, in summer 2014
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Counseling Practice(page 7)

  • Leading and Learning in El Salvador

    Leading and Learning in El Salvador, by Victor Nicassio. The RC gatherings were the first events of their kind I had led outside of southern California. They were good for my re-emergence. I would like to go back and see if I can continue to be a useful ally. Doing working-class work in a Latin American context is also helpful to me in my Community building in Los Angeles.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:85(page 85)

  • The Six-Legged Table

    The Six-Legged Table, by Xabi Odriozola. It is not always easy to define RC. My definition has been changing over time. The more I make RC central in my life, the easier it is for me to provide an understandable definition of it for those who do not know about it. Sometimes I see RC as a big round table with six legs. One leg on its own cannot support the table.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:79(pages 79 to 81)

  • Really Thinking about RC

    Really Thinking about RC by Karl Lam. As one way of increasing our ability to think freshly, I’ve been suggesting to Co-Counsellors in my Region1 that we learn to thoughtfully question everything we think and do, including what we think and do in RC.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Counseling Practicepages 7-9

  • White Working-Class Women and Anti-Jewish Oppression

    White Working-Class Women and Anti-Jewish Oppression
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Liberation:53

  • Sample Solicitation Letters

    Published in: Foundation

  • Enthusiasm in Turkey

    Enthusiasm in Turkey, by Asli, sema, Nurdan, Feyza, Bilge, Dave, Saime, Hayrunisa. Reviewing and practicing the theory of Co-Counseling filled us with positive feelings during the weekend. There was an introductory meeting attended by new people where we refreshed our knowledge of RC.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, TeachingLeading, Community Building: page 57

  • RC Early Sexual Memories Workshop Notes/Reminders/Helpful Hints for Support Group Leaders (and all other counselors)

    Published in: Present Time 84, July 1991

  • Graduation Day

    Published in: Present Time 61, October 1985

  • Present Time No. 108 July 1997

    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997

  • Present Time No. 112 July 1998

    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998

  • People Targeted for Destruction

    People Targeted for Destruction by Veronica LaCrue
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberationpages 6972

  • My Efforts to Transform the Economic System

    My Efforts to Transform the Economic System, by E—. The following is what I’ve done to direct my mind and my life toward transforming the economic system. Really, I’ve devoted my life to this.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: pages 61 to 63

  • Young People and Young Adults at the World Conference

    Young People and Young Adults at the World Conference, by Mari Piggot. The 2013 World Conference was a super-intense and amazing experience for me. It was so cool to be there with that many experienced RCers from all over the world.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, TeachingTeaching, Leading, Community Building: page 24

  • The Good and the Great in Art

    The Good and the Great in Art, by Harvey Jackins. The Benign Reality, pages 97 to 112. The oppressive society communicates to all of us a certain set of attitudes, or pseudo-theory, about art and artists. These attitudes and descriptions, reiterated in the media and schools, are often accepted for lack of any thoughtful alternative explanation of the role of art and artists.
    Published in: Benign Reality

  • First Draft of a Manifesto on Jewish Liberation

    First Draft of a Manifesto on Jewish Liberation, by Harvey Jackins. The Upward Trend, pages 359 to 364. Jews are human beings, precisely and in every respect.
    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • Eliminating "Segregation" Vigorously and Concretely

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Some Thoughts About RCers Attending Wide-World Activities Led by Co-Counselors

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Ronnie Rafferty

    Published in: Present Time 119, April 2000

  • How RC Began in Japan

    How RC Began in Japan, Yuho Asaka. Beginnings of RC in Japan
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Teaching, Leading, Community Building Page 63-64

  • Polly Allen

    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Harvey Page 55

  • Ongoing Work with Young People

    Ongoing Work with Young People, by Jenny Sazama. Description of the project of working with young people called the Resource Center for Youth and Their Allies.
    Published in: Present Time 106, January 1997, Wide World Changingpages 46 to 48

  • Broad Growth in Oregon

    Broad Growth in Oregon, by Teresa Enrico. Things are going well here in Portland. My Area is rapidly moving toward dividing. I suspect we will be ready to do so in the early fall, or at the latest by the end of the year.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 43 to 44

  • "Mental Health" Oppression and Liberation

    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • A Fresh Look at Men and Women

    A Fresh Look at Men and Women, by Linda Oxley. I've just returned from the Australian RC Men's Workshop led by Paul Whyte. Before the workshop, I had feelings that I was not a good ally to men.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(pages 35 to 37)

  • RC Belongs to the Working Class

    RC Belongs to the Working Class, by Yael Savage. What is true for all other types of oppression is also true for working-class oppression-that it is better to work on the oppression with other members of the oppressed group before working on it with people outside the group.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, (From the Mail: page 81)

  • The West Coast USA Asian Liberation Workshop

    The West Coast USA Asian Liberation Workshop, by Leslie Ishii. Jan introduced the idea of having close relationships with people of our own heritage. We discussed and discharged about: building a liberation movement for ourselves, being visible leaders, and attacks and criticism.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, Liberation(page 67)

  • Teaching RC

    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Women Leading Men's Liberation

    Women Leading Men's Liberation by, Christine Marie. In March, 1996, eleven men from all over Alaska attended our Region's first annual Men's Liberation Workshop. The events leading up to that workshop, the workshop itself, and the changes and insights resulting from it make an interesting story.
    Published in: Present Time 105, October 1996, Contents(pages 3 to 9)

  • Complete Re-emergence?

    Complete Re-emergence by, Margaret Pevec and Harvey Jackins. I'd like to share some confusion about the RC idea of "complete re-emergence." Actually, what you keep re-stating in your letter is based on the fact that anything in the past cannot be changed, that is, that if complete re-emergence were possible it would already have happened in the past, and this is not true. The past is completely determined, but the moment of present time divides it from the future sharply and clearly.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: page 82 to 83)

  • Discharging Male Oppression

    Discharging Male Oppression by, Julian Weissglass. Over the past few weeks I have been counseling on male oppression using the role exchange method. It is amazing what is coming up-events that I was vaguely aware of but had never counseled on rigorously before.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: page 76)

  • A Fulfilling Working-Class Life

    A Fulfilling Working-Class Life by Victor George Nicassio. This letter is to bring you up-to-date on some of my progress over the past year.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (From the Mail: pages 66 to 68)

  • It's Time to Play a Big Role

    It's Time to Play a Big Role, by Madeleine Para. I am so pleased with the new emphasis in the RC Community on care of the environment. It is hopeful to see RCers putting their minds to work on the interesting question of how to enlist other humans in the great challenge of moving modern human societies into sustainable practices.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Wide World Changing(Pages 75 to 76)

  • Women's Liberation and Environmental Transformation

    Women's Liberation and Environmental Transformation, by Irene HongPing Shen & Diane Balser. Women are naturally the champions of an environmentally safe world. However, few people automatically make the connection between women’s liberation and environmental transformation. Land and other natural resources have been turned into commodities and property to be owned and used for profit.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Wide World Changing(pages 80 to 81)

  • Care of the Environment and Indigenous Liberation Intertwined

    Care of the Environment and Indigenous Liberation Intertwined, by Alison Ehara-Brown. I have been involved for some time now with the Idle No More solidarity movement here in northern California (USA).
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Wide World Changing(pages 69 to 70)

  • Facing and Organizing to End Classism and Class Oppression

    Facing and Organizing to End Classism and Class Oppression, by Sean Ruth. I’ve been thinking about three different processes that we sometimes confuse with one another: class oppression, classism, and internalised oppression.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Liberation(pages 48 to 49)

  • Capitalism

    Capitalism, by Tim Jackins. Present Time 166, January 2012. Many of us are not simply opposed to capitalism continuing forever. Rather, we are against the exploitation of anyone by anybody, by any system. The system we have exploits people, so we’re opposed to it.
    Published in: Present Time 166, January 2012, Wide World Changing: pages 67-68.

  • The Baobab Area—for People of Color

    The Baobab Area—for People of Color. RC Teacher 29, page 26.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • A Call to Action on Climate Change

    A Call to Action on Climate Change, by Madeleine Para. "...our thinking and must receive concentrated attention in this current period regardless of how little we feel ready to deal with it” and that “it is plain at this point that we will solve all other problems, given our present state of emergence, if we are permitted enough time to do so.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Wide World Changing: page 75

  • The Elements of Oppression and the Struggle for Liberation

    The Elements of Oppression and the Struggle for Liberation, by Harvey Jackins. The basic theory of oppression and liberation. 1975
    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • Building a Co-Counseling Community in Ivory Coast

    Building a Co-Counseling Community in Ivory Coast, by Cyrille Zounon. I came to Togo as a refugee that April. Two weeks after I arrived, I met Missigbe and RC Togo.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 58

  • Batir une Communautte de Co-ecoute en Cote dIvoire

    Batir une Communaute de Co-ecoute en Cote d'Ivoire, (A Co-counseling Community in Ivory Coast) by Cyrille Zounon. Je me suis retrouvé au Togo comme réfugié en avril de cette année-là. Deux semaines après, je rencontrais Missigbe et la RC-Togo.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 57

  • A Session Every Time I’m Restimulated

    A Session Every Time I’m Restimulated, by "Henry Church." As a leader, I know I am scared, but sometimes I can’t feel my fear or remember to work on it.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Counseling Practice: pages 13 to 14

  • Ending Classism

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The African Pre-World Conference Conference

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The Internalized Oppression of Latin American Catholics

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The Joys of Organizing and Leading Small Workshops

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The Latin American Conference from the Mexican Point of View

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • The Latin American Pre-World-Conference Conference September 19-21,1997

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Allow ourselves time to grow

    Published in: The Human Situation

  • Counseling on Early Sexual Memories

    Published in: Pamphlets

  • Topics to Cover in Fundamentals Class

    Published in: Teaching -

  • Nederlandse vertalingen

    Vertalingen in het Nederlands/Translations into Dutch
    Published in: Dutch

  • Guidelines For The Use Of Electronic Mailing Lists For Members Of The Re-Evaluation Counseling Communities

    Published in: Guidelines

  • July 1 Job Descript Role of Organizers

    Job Description, Role of Organizers, Communications, New Delegates and Volunteers,
    Published in: Environment -

  • 中译文

    中译文, Translations into Chinese
    Published in: Chinese, /publication/translations/chinese/contents

  • Environmental Illness - A Proposed Policy

    Environmental Illness - A Proposed Policy, by Marsh Saxton. Well Being No.6, pages 25 to 29. People with Environmental Illness need good counseling. This will enable them to ask for assistance and accommodations without alienating others. Allies also need good counseling, so that they can think clearly about the issues, take action where appropriate, and offer effective and sometimes non-permissive counseling for people with EI.
    Published in: Journals Well-Being 6

  • “Sound Bites” on the Climate Crisis


    “Sound Bites” on the Climate Crisis
, by Marcie Rendon. Starting in 2019 I was asked by a local radio station, KRSM 98.9 FM, if I would be willing to record one-minute sound bites for the station to air.
    Published in: Present Time 199, April 2020, Wide World Changing60

  • RC Theory

    Published in: RC Theory

  • Some Directions for Allies to Large Women

    Some Directions for Allies to Large Women, by Jackie Kane. The RC Large Women’s Health Project will be celebrating its fifteenth year this spring.
    Published in: Present Time 198, January 2020, Liberation41

  • “This Workshop Was My Dream Come True”

    “This Workshop Was My Dream Come True”, by Nikki Stewart. I live at the intersection of fat oppression and women’s oppression. But as I stepped out on behalf of my liberation, things in my life that had seemed intractable moved.
    Published in: Present Time 198, January 2020, Liberation39

  • Fundraising for the Re-evaluation Foundation

    Fundraising for the Re-evaluation Foundation. Examples of successful projects and things to try. And what not to do.
    Published in: Foundation

  • Present Time 178, January 2015

    Present Time 178, January 2015 - Table of Contents
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015

  • The Re-evaluation Foundation

    Published in: Foundation

  • Becoming Warriors for Climate and Economic Justice

    Becoming Warriors for Climate and Economic Justice by Dave Ratzlow. Diane Shisk (the Alternate International Reference Person for the RC Communities) led a Care of the Environment and Eliminating Classism Workshop this May in Warwick, New York, USA. It was a spirited workshop, inspiring us to overcome what gets in our way of being warriors for climate and economic justice.
    Published in: Present Time 193, October 2018, Wide World Changing75

  • A New Requirement for RC Teachers

    A New Requirement for RC Teachers, by Tim Jackins. From a talk by Tim Jackins at the Women and Men Leaders’ Workshop, led by Diane Balser and Tim Jackins, in Washington, D.C., USA, October 2017. We had our World Conference not so long ago. One thing we always do at World Conferences is modify the Guidelines for the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities. We do this for several reasons: to correct past mistakes, to clarify our intentions, to demonstrate our progress, and to respond to changing conditions in society.
    Published in: Present Time 191, April 2018, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:55

  • Immigrants of the Global Majority

    Immigrants of the Global Majority, by Maya Rege-Colt. Barely a month after the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States, about forty immigrants and children of immigrants of the Global Majority gathered for a workshop I led in Charlton, Massachusetts, USA. It is always good for immigrants and children of immigrants to be together and discharge—and it was particularly timely and necessary at this particular time.
    Published in: Present Time 191, April 2018, Liberation75

  • White Working-Class RCers and Allies

    White Working-Class RCers and Allies, by Anne-Claire Broughton. I am a white, middle-class, Protestant Southerner and an RC teacher in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Our developing RC Area has been predominantly middle and owning class and until recently all white. After the 2016 U.S. presidential election, I noticed that some of the working-class Co-Counselors in the Area were having a hard time. I proposed to three of them that we have a class for white working-class people and allies.
    Published in: Present Time 191, April 2018, Liberation81

  • Resources on COE work

    Published in: Environment -

  • Julian Weissglass—International Communality Reference Person for Wide World Change

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Joanie Parker—International Liberation Reference Person for Union Activists

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Janet Foner— International Liberation Reference Person for “Mental Health” Liberation

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Jan Yoshiwara—International Liberation Reference Person for Japanese and Okinawan Heritage People

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Using Discharge to Heal from a Concussion

    Using Discharge to Heal from a Concussion
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Counseling Practice

  • A New DVD:No Limits for Women—Beijing Plus 20

    No Limits for Women—Beijing Plus 20
    Published in: Present Time, No Section48

  • Handling Oppressive Behavior in RC

    Handling Oppressive Behavior in RC, Diane Shisk. At the 2017 World Conference we strengthened our Guideline on “Handling Disagreement, Criticism, and Upset” to make it clear that it should also be used for handling the acting out of oppressor distress. We have a strong culture in RC of not acting out distress recordings at one another, of treating each other well, of acting as allies to one another against all forms of oppression.
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:32

  • A Good Experience with Civil Disobedience

    A Good Experience with Civil Disobedience, Russ Vernon-Jones. Recently my partner, Lydia, and I chose to be arrested as part of a group doing civil disobedience to stop the building of a new fracked-gas pipeline. We blocked an access road to part of Otis State Forest, in Massachusetts, USA, which temporarily stopped the construction company from moving equipment and materials to the site where it planned to cut down beautiful old trees.
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Wide World Changing59

  • Building a New Community in Italy

    Building a New Community in Italy, Caroline New. The latest phase of building a new RC Community in Italy (mostly in the north) has been going on [happening] for ten years now, led by Emmy Rainwalker, a USer of Italian heritage. Emmy has been leading workshops at least once a year as well as referencing the Community. We now have an accredited Italian teacher, Gianna Beltrame
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:34

  • Creating a “Culture of Caring”

    Creating a “Culture of Caring”, Bo-Young Lim. It’s hopeful and liberating (both for ourselves and for those around us) when we can be openly loving, zestful, and connected, and act with integrity and courage, from a solid grounded core within. It’s when we show ourselves and show how much we care in an authentic way that people are reminded of what’s possible. It’s what everyone wants to do but dares not to. When someone dares, people are moved.
    Published in: Present Time 190, January 2018, Wide World Changing49

  • Less Violence

    Less Violence, by Wytske Visser & Rod Mitchell. Last week I found a paper based on a book by Steven Pinker called The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined. It said that humankind is moving toward ending war and violence worldwide.
    Published in: Present Time, April 2017, Wide World Changing46

  • Palestine and Israel, and U.S. Allies

    Palestine and Israel, and U.S. Allies by Lior Vered. I am an Israeli Mizrahi Jew currently living in the United States. Time and time again [repeatedly], I have seen USer patterns get in the way of thinking about the war and occupation in my home country. I decided to write a list of directions for U.S. allies who are trying to think about Israelis and Palestinians:
    Published in: Present Time 189, October 2017, Wide World Changing71

  • Add for Middle Class pamphlet

    Ending Class Oppression:
A Draft Liberation Policy 
for Middle-Class People
    Published in: Present Time, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:22

  • Changing the World from Bologna

    Changing the World from Bologna by, anonymous. I have been discharging fear for four months . . . I am a scared man . . . sono un uomo terrorizzato. I understood that I was by myself for the first time at elementary school. I was scared of the other children. In that period my mother started working again, so she was less available than before.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, From the Mail: page 72

  • United to End Racism

    About UER
    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Care of the Environment

    Care of the Environment, by Wytske Visser. The destructive, irrational functioning of our society is damaging to everyone. As Co-Counselors we can discharge on racism, genocide, classism, and all the oppressions as we decide to care for the environment. We can take the current opportunity to work together to end environmental degradation as a step toward fundamentally changing oppressive policies.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, No Section33

  • South, Central, and West Asian-Heritage People

    South, Central, and West Asian-Heritage People, by Azi Khalili. Climate change in South, Central, and West Asia is happening in the context of an already prolonged crisis that is due largely to the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Yemen, the Palestinian territories, and Lebanon. They have ruined agricultural lands, contaminated soil, increased desertification, polluted water, destroyed wildlife habitat, and, of course, caused millions of civilian deaths as well as mass migrations.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, No Section10

  • United to End Racism (UER) at the White Privilege Conferences (WPC)

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • United to End Racism (UER) at the Tule Lake Pilgrimage

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • A Latina Liberation Workshop

    A Latina Liberation Workshop, by Maritza Arrastia. Fifty Latinas came together in January 2016 for the East Coast USA Latina Liberation Workshop.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:77

  • Black Re-emergence No. 12

    Black Re-emergence No. 12. The new issue of Black Re-emergence (Black Re-emergence No. 12) celebrates thirty years of Black Liberation and Community Development (BLCD) Workshops.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Liberation24

  • Listening and Organizing on Campus

    Listening and Organizing on Campus, by Ellie Brown. U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke on my campus at West Chester University yesterday.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Wide World Changing64

  • Logical Thinking about a Future Society

    Logical Thinking about a Future Society, by Harvey Jackins. Today, almost everything about capitalist society is unworkable.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Wide World Changing56

  • “One of the Best Workshops I’ve Been To”

    “One of the Best Workshops I’ve Been To” by Shani Fletcher. Black Gentiles and Jews Workshop. It was held in Maryland, USA, and was led by Barbara Love and Cherie Brown.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Liberation24

  • Put the Person First

    Put the Person First, Chen Pingjun and Barbara Love. I might have chosen not to stay in RC, due to restimulations, if I hadn’t been one of the few pioneers in spreading RC in China.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:74

  • The Work for White People

    The Work for White People, by Elizabeth Saunders. At the Eliminating Racism in the Environmental Movement Workshop,* my role was to talk directly to the white people about working on our racism.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Wide World Changing51

  • Connection, Language Liberation, and the Native Basque People

    Connection, Language Liberation, and the Native Basque People, by Xabi Odriozola Ezeiza. Being a Native person not only means staying on the same land for a long, long time; it’s also something more complex, closely tied to the relationship with Mother Earth and the Universe.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Liberation24

  • Ending Racism, and Divisions among Native People

    Ending Racism, and Divisions among Native People, by Shelley Macy. Encouraged by things Marcie Rendon3 and Barbara Boring4 have said, I looked at how I had been targeted by racism to some extent but how for generations genocide had been the primary oppression aimed at my family.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:45

  • Middle-Class Liberation and the Intersection of Racism and Classism

    Middle-Class Liberation and the Intersection of Racism and Classism, by JeeYeun Lee. That made me think about what it would look like to put people of the global majority and ending racism at the center of middle-class liberation work.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Liberation21

  • Middle-Class Workshops in Australia

    Middle-Class Workshops in Australia, by Mag Merrilees. Because both workshops included people from different class backgrounds, we had the opportunity to show more of ourselves across class “barriers.”
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Liberation20

  • Remembering Goal Number One in RC

    Remembering Goal Number One in RC, by "Gregory Peck." This RC goal is a vital part of a more comprehensive strategy, ultimately aimed at eliminating all oppressions.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Liberation15

  • Sessions on Climate Change, and Becoming More Aware

    Sessions on Climate Change, and Becoming More Aware, by Wytske Visser. Where I live, in Fryslân, the Netherlands, we had the warmest month of December ever.
    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016, Wide World Changing53

  • Applying RC in My Life

    Applying RC in My Life, by Jane Lucy Wambui Gachihi. I love RC very much. Maybe because of that, in everything that I do I bring the tool of RC.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:59

  • Counseling U.S. Jews on Events in Israel and Palestine

    Counseling U.S. Jews on Events in Israel and Palestine, by Dan Alter. Recently my Regional Jewish leaders’ group spent some time discharging on the recent outbreak of violence in Jerusalem (Israel) and surrounds. As I counseled the five of us, a general issue became clear.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:55

  • Female First

    Female First, by Diane Balser. A key direction I’ve been giving at women’s workshops is “female first.”
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Liberation69

  • Highlights from the October Kenya Workshop

    Highlights from the October Kenya Workshop, by Urbain Bamama. A teachers’ and leaders’ workshop took place in Nairobi, Kenya, in October 2015. It was organized by Wanjiku Kironyo and her committee and led by Barbara Love, assisted by Fela Barclift.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:47

  • Jews and Care of the Environment

    Jews and Care of the Environment, by Julianne Gale. Cherie invited us to consider that as a people who have survived genocide and have always had to be ready to leave any land we live on (at least in our distress recordings), we may not be able to work to save the land because we haven’t decided that we belong there.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Wide World Changing25

  • Knowing Each Other More Fully

    Knowing Each Other More Fully, by Tim Jackins. A lot of experienced RCers use only Co-Counseling to build their relationships. Their knowledge of each other is based only on their sessions.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Counseling Practice40

  • My Experience in RC

    My Experience in RC, by Wanjiku Kironyo. Wanjiku Kironyo, the Regional Reference Person for Northern Africa, shared her experience in RC in an interview with me at a recent workshop in Northern Uganda. I’m delighted to give more people a chance to get to know her, her thinking, and her work.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:57

  • Responding to Recent Events in Israel

    Responding to Recent Events in Israel, by Tami Shamir. Thank you, all who have written on this list about recent events in Israel.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Wide World Changing25

  • Already Thinking More Clearly

    Already Thinking More Clearly, by Sarah Harre. When I got there, I felt alone and feared it had been a mistake to come.
    Published in: Present Time 181, October 2015, Liberation79

  • Immigrants and Children of Immigrants of the Global Majority

    Immigrants and Children of Immigrants of the Global Majority, by many. We began reclaiming the languages that had been stolen from us by introducing ourselves in our native languages. It was powerful.
    Published in: Present Time 181, October 2015, Liberation61

  • The Importance of Discharging Fear

    The Importance of Discharging Fear, by Diane Shisk. Being active in the environmental and climate justice movements has made me more aware of the importance of discharging consistently on fear and discouragement.
    Published in: Present Time 181, October 2015, Counseling Practice05

  • A New Factor in Human Affairs

    A New Factor in Human Affairs by Harvey Jackins. By thoughtful organizing, we can in the future deliberately guard large numbers of new human beings from exposure to distress.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changing:page 43

  • ILRP for Care of the Environment

    International Commonality Reference Person for the Care of the Environment
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Liberationpage 64

  • International Liberation Reference Person for African-Heritage People

    International Liberation Reference Person for African-Heritage People
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Liberation61

  • Jewish “Mental Health” System Survivors

    Jewish “Mental Health” System Survivors by Marci Stern. The recent Jewish “Mental Health” System Survivors’ Workshop in Pennsylvania, USA, led by Janet Foner,* was not only a delightful experience for me but also another turning point for both Jewish liberation and “mental health” liberation.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Liberation73

  • Middle-Class People Facing Reality and Changing Their Role

    Middle-Class People Facing Reality and Changing Their Role by Caroline New. I started doing middle-class liberation work twenty-five years ago. For many years most of us who did it were white Protestant English Gentiles. At this workshop there were seven people targeted by racism, seven Jews, nine LGBTQ people (as far as I knew), and several people with disabilities. I think there are two reasons for this change: (1) the work we have done makes it safer for people from oppressed groups to decide to do the work, and (2) the work we have done makes middle-class Co-Counsellors able to show themselves more, so we can see our diversity.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changing:pages 46-49

  • Working on Early Sexual Memories

    Working on Early Sexual Memories
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Counseling Practicepages 19-20

  • A Successful Men's Class

    A Successful Men's Class, by Dennis Wollersheim, Steven Costello, Bartley McGowan, Bruce Clezy, Tony Smith. The following are some reflections on a men’s class led by Tony Smith, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Liberationpage 54

  • Climate Change, and Ideas for Action

    Climate Change, and Ideas for Action, by John Braxton. In this article I have attempted to summarize some of the best thinking about climate change done by environmental scientists and social change activists. I have also included my own ideas, and proposals for action.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Wide World Changing: page 36 to 40

  • Creating Alternatives to Capitalism

    Creating Alternatives to Capitalism, by "Factory Worker". At a recent workshop, I reminded people of something that Harvey Jackins had pointed out. He said that the new system always develops within the existing system.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Wide World Changingpage 48 to 49

  • Creative Care of the Environment at Workshops

    Creative Care of the Environment at Workshops, by Suvan Geer. The care-of-the-environment job includes organizing people to conserve energy and water, recycle, compost, minimize use of disposable products, and so on.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 83

  • “It Will Need to Be the Women”

    “It Will Need to Be the Women,” by Marcie Rendon. This morning I am thinking of the African-heritage mothers who fear for their children’s lives here in the United States. I am thinking about the Black mothers of sons shot down in the streets of the United States.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Liberation: page 53

  • Revisiting Family Work

    Revisiting Family Work, by Alysia Tate. Family Work is the application of Re-evaluation Counseling to the particular situations of young people, and families with young children. It entails young people and adults interacting in ways that allow the young people to show and be themselves and not be dominated by the adults.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Counseling Practicepage 7

  • Teaching RC to Climate Activists

    Teaching RC to Climate Activists, by Jim Driscoll. In February 2014, in Los Angeles (California, USA), I helped train three dozen climate activists as they prepared to walk across the United States, from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., to call attention to the threat of climate change. The training included a basic RC introductory lecture, topic-group discussions, Wygelian leaders’ meetings, and an hour on racism (all but two of the marchers were white). I ended it with a panel of two local environmental justice leaders and a marcher of the global majority.
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Wide World Changing: page 34

  • “Today Is My Thirty-First Birthday”

    “Today Is My Thirty-First Birthday,” by Nat Lippert. Today is my thirty-first birthday, which means that I’m no longer a young adult in Co-Counseling. Somehow the outside world doesn’t seem to understand why I care so much about my thirty-first birthday!
    Published in: Present Time 179, April 2015, Liberation: page 68

  • Creating a Clear Vision for Our Liberation as We Eliminate Racism

    Creating a Clear Vision for Our Liberation as We Eliminate Racism, by Gregory Lipscomb. This article is inspired by the People of the Global Majority Workshop 2014 led by the amazing Barbara Love, International Liberation Reference Person for People of African Heritage in RC.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberation30

  • “It Revealed Myself to Me”

    “It Revealed Myself to Me”, by S.J. Shashikala (Shashi). In July 2014 there was a women’s workshop in India led by Diane Balser1 and organised by Niti Dandekar.2 Along with Indian women, a few Iranian women and a woman from Sweden took part.3 Having people from different countries and working together on women’s issues strengthened our sisterhood.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberation32

  • Making RC Accessible to Young People

    Making RC Accessible to Young People by Mari Piggott found on page 44 of the January 2015 issue of Present Time. This is the third of three articles about moving Goal 21 forward in Re-evaluation Counseling. Goal 2 is “that the Re-evaluation Counseling Community put new and increased efforts into making Re-evaluation Counseling and the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities accessible to young people.”
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberation(page 44)

  • Moving Forward by Discharging Old Disappointments and Defeats

    Moving Forward by Discharging Old Disappointments and Defeats by many contributors, found in the 2015 January issue of Present Time. The following are some reflections on a recent teachers’ and leaders’ workshop, led by Lousia Flander, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Wide World Changing(page 79)

  • Moving Working-Class Issues Forward in RC

    Moving Working-Class Issues Forward in RC; From a talk by Tim Jackins1 at a small working-class workshop in Seattle, Washington, USA, November 2014
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, No Section(03)

  • Perhaps We Could Do Something Big

    Perhaps We Could Do Something Big, by John Braxton. Uniting the Labor Movement, the Peace Movement, and the Climate Justice Movement,
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Wide World Changingpage 66

  • Tackling Classism Together

    Tackling Classism Together by many contributors, found on pages 34 to 36 of the January 2015 issue of Present Time. In my leaders’ meetings, I’ve noticed that a lot of us feel like we don’t have any more time or money for RC, regardless of how much time or money we actually have. So when I led our Regional workshop this fall, I was thinking about other things we could try to get more attention in this area.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberation(page 34)

  • What to Think About as We Set Up Our Lives

    What to Think About as We Set Up Our Lives, by Tim Jackins and Jamie Irwin. During open questions at the International Young People’s Workshop in January 2014, I asked Tim1 if he would share his thoughts about what makes sense for us to think about as we set up our lives, in general and in terms of our role in RC. I recorded what he said and summarized it below. Following that is some of my own thinking.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:75

  • When in War—Play!

    When in War—Play!, by Tal Mizrahi. I can now better distinguish between what needs to be done about the present situation in Israel and what is to grieve over.
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Counseling Practice15

  • Women and “the Middle East”

    Women and “the Middle East”, by Stephanie Abraham. I had the great fortune of attending a recent Contemporary Women’s Issues Workshop in Los Angeles, California, USA. Our bold leader, Diane Balser,1 led a class on women and “the Middle East.” She asked me to speak briefly on the topic, and this is what I said:
    Published in: Present Time 178, January 2015, Liberation42

  • An Unworkable Situation

    An Unworkable Situation, by Lotahn Raz. The past weeks have brought to the fore several things that have been true for a while but hidden. The first is that the current situation is completely unworkable and cannot continue for long.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Wide World Changing(pages 50 to 52)

  • “I Just Organized My First Workshop”

    “I Just Organized My First Workshop”, by Nneka Inniss. My experience in organizing this workshop opened my mind to the possibility that other people’s struggles to connect with me may not have anything to do with me at all. While oppressive things do occur in the present, the moments when I feel oppressed are usually when I take other people’s distress personally.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:73

  • India’s First International Women’s Liberation Workshop

    India’s First International Women’s Liberation Workshop, by Diane Balser. I went over parts of the RC women’s liberation draft policy statement. I emphasized the section on not comparing oppressions. Comparing and “grading” the sexism in different countries and societies does not lead to more effective work against sexism.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Liberation(pages 28 to 29)

  • Not Just a Fundraiser

    Not Just a Fundraiser, by Jan Yoshiwara. Since 2009, United to End Racism (UER) has sent a team of eight to twelve Japanese, Okinawan, and ally RCers to the biannual Tule Lake Pilgrimage to teach RC anti-oppression theory and the basics of RC, including how people can listen to each other. In June 2014, the Olympia (Washington, USA) RC Community participated in a Tule Lake UER fundraiser, sponsored by the Olympia Japanese American Citizens League (JACL).
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Wide World Changing(67 to 68)

  • The Critical Turning Point

    The Critical Turning Point, by Harvey Jackins. There are critical points in history, but they cannot be predicted. What will be the critical point in our intriguing and tense situation? We don’t know, but it will occur.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Wide World Changing(64)

  • “We Are Growing Forward”

    “We Are Growing Forward”, by Marlene Melfor. After five days at the Black Liberation and Community Development (BLCD) Workshop (in July­–August in Birmingham, England), I thought, “This was the best BLCD ever!”
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Liberation(page 31)

  • We Can Eliminate Poverty and Save Our Beautiful World

    We Can Eliminate Poverty and Save Our Beautiful World, by Gwen Brown. Most of the world’s people are poor, and poverty interferes with and diminishes poor people’s lives. For that reason alone, we should all be interested in the elimination of poverty.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Wide World Changingpage 69

  • Young People’s Work in RC

    Young People’s Work in RC, by Mari Piggott. Goal 2 of the RC Communities is that the Re-evaluation Counseling Community put new and increased efforts into making Re-evaluation Counseling and the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities accessible to young people. I am writing a series of articles about moving forward with that goal.
    Published in: Present Time 177, October 2014, Liberation(pages 36 to 38)

  • Deciding to Be an Area Reference Person

    Deciding to Be an Area Reference Person
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:42

  • From a Gay Asian Man

    From a Gay Asian Man by "Masayoshi". The following are my insights, as a Gay man of the global majority, as I try to embrace work on discharging oppressor material:
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberationpage 65

  • “Our Liberation Is Intertwined”

    “Our Liberation Is Intertwined” by multiple
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberation81

  • Teaching RC on a College Campus

    Teaching RC on a College Campus ; (Part Two) By Phyllis Bronstein
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Teaching, Leading, and Community Building:38

  • From an Israeli Jew of Eastern European Heritage

    From an Israeli Jew of Eastern European Heritage
    Published in: Present Time 171, April 2013, Liberation:47

  • Present Time 168, July 2012

    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012

  • Present Time 176, July 2014

    Present Time 176, July 2014 - Table of Contents
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014

  • How to Apply for Grants

    Published in: Foundation

  • United to End Racism

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Working-Class Solidarity in Practice

    Working-Class Solidarity in Practice, by Jane Hyslop. Both of my parents did factory work most of their lives, and the classism told us we were disposable and not worth much. Somewhere I always knew this was wrong.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, From the Mail: page 86

  • Our Artist-Activists Move North

    Our Artist-Activists Move North, by Bill Horne. I've been most effective as a leader in my work with an artists' rights organization. It's the closest thing we have to a visual artists' union in Canada, and a couple of years ago I joined the board of the British Columbia affiliate.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, From the Mail: page 85

  • Important Job Open

    Important Job Open, by Julian Weissglass.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, TeachingLeading, Community Building: page 60

  • Powerful and Optimistic

    Powerful and Optimistic, by Ruth Howald. Leading has challenged a pile of chronic distress. I have discharged and now I see and feel things differently. I feel much more powerful and optimistic.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, TeachingLeading, Community Building: page 57

  • Re-evaluation Counseling and the Settlers

    Re-evaluation Counseling and the Settlers, by Esti Cohen.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, TeachingLeading, Community Building: pages: 55 to 56

  • "Special Time" and the "Blue Pages"

    "Special Time" and the "Blue Pages", by Jerry Yoder. The question is: "Does it make sense for a Co-Counselor to set up a special time relationship with a young person whose parent is a Co-Counselor?" The answer is: It depends. You are going to have to think about it and probably have a few sessions on it. Here are my thoughts:
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, Counseling Practicepages 37 to 39

  • How to Start Family Work

    How to Start Family Work, by Patty Wipfler. Starting family work in a Co-Counseling Community involves a number of related kinds of counseling work and skills. First of all, people leading family work have to be very firmly grounded in Co-Counseling policies and practice. They have to have fully internalized the theory.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 7 to 32

  • Ending My Timidity About Presenting RC

    Ending My Timidity About Presenting RC, by Randi Wolfe. I've been working on an RC-based wide-world project over the past four years and I've recently begun to "go public" with it. The content of the program is straight RC, focusing as much on parents as on children.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 23 to 25

  • Starting Re-emergence "at Home"

    Starting Re-emergence "at Home", by Cynthia (Bird) Johnson. I wanted to write to you and tell you what I've been up to because I am feeling proud these days. I am so persistent about sharing RC and making my world around me better bit by bit.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: pages 14 to 15

  • Activity in Central Europe

    Activity in Central Europe, by Molnar Gabriella. Three weeks ago I went to Slovenia to lead the first-ever introductory RC workshop there. It was organized by friends I met in Beijing. We held it in a community library.
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: page 10

  • The Working Class Needs a Clear Voice in Parliament

    The Working Class Needs a Clear Voice in Parliament, by "Confident Noble".
    Published in: Present Time 104, July 1996, ContentsFront Section: page 4

  • Continuing Speculation About Rational Sexuality

    Continuing Speculation About Rational Sexuality, by anon. Collection of responses to Harvey's article.
    Published in: Present Time 89, October 1992

  • The Concrete Work Of Eliminating Your Racism

    Published in: Present Time 88, July 1992

  • About the Re-evaluation Foundation

    Published in: Foundation

  • Commitments Related to National or Cultural Heritage

    Published in: Commitments

  • Ending Racism Toward Asians

    Ending Racism Toward Asians, by Cheng Imm Tan. I am seeing more clearly the racism directed at Asians in the United States, and how Asians internalize it.
    Published in: Present Time 172, July 2013, Liberationpages 58-60

  • Bringing Men Into RC

    Bringing Men Into RC by Tim Jackins. RC Teacher 30, page 84. Now the question is—looking at what happens to men, and knowing that men can get here (because we did)—how can we make it more possible for guys?
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • A Listening Project at Unizik

    A Listening Project at Unizik, by Kingsley Ibekwe. Seven of us participated in the first listening project organized by the Unizik RC Community, led by Professors Anayo and Chineze. When the university had their new intake matriculation, we were there listening to the young adults fully expressing their beautiful minds.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 75

  • An Important Milestone

    An Important Milestone, by S.J. Shashikala (Shashi). Last November I had the opportunity of a lifetime to take part in the International Young Adult Teachers’ and Leaders’ Workshop. It was a memorable and important milestone in my life.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 76 to 77

  • Contemporary Women's Issues Workshop (3 articles)

    Contemporary Women's Issues Workshop (3 articles), by different authors. The following three articles are about the Contemporary Women’s Issues Workshop led by Diane Balser, the International Liberation Reference Person for Women, in London, England, November 28 to December 1, 2013.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Liberation(page 36 to 37)

  • Health, Living, Dying, and “the H—Gang”

    Health, Living, Dying, and "The H Gang", by Romilly Gregory. H— was a lively, determined, smart, feisty woman who died in January 2012. She was thirty-one and had been in RC since her teens.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Counseling Practice(pages 5 to 7)

  • Money, Financial Inequality, and RC

    Money, Financial Inequality, and RC, by “George Bailey." Below are some observations about money and financial inequality and their impact on us in the RC Community. Also included are some thoughts about how we can take charge to move forward even within an oppressive economic system.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 83 to 84

  • Regaining Perspective on Old Distress Recordings

    Regaining Perspective on Old Distress Recordings, by Tibor Bessko I knew, from my first session, that this was what I had been missing my whole life—a group of people who would listen to each other through tears, fears, and laughter, about important matters of the heart.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Counseling Practice(page 18)

  • War, the Oppressive Society, and the Working Class

    War, the Oppressive Society, and the Working Class, by Harvey Jackins. From the July 1986 Peace and Disarmament Activists’ Workshop
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changing: page 64

  • Eliminating White Racism, in Melbourne, Australia

    Eliminating White Racism, in Melbourne, Australia, by Anne Barton. In 1901 Australia was founded as an explicitly white nation.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberationpages 47 to 49

  • Science, RC, and Care of the Environment

    Science, RC, and Care of the Environment, by Randy Smith. At the August 2013 International Care of the Environment Leaders’ Conference, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, a group of us met in a topic group called Scientists in Care of the Environment. We were from different backgrounds and experiences, but we all agreed that science has to be part of the discussion in care-of-the-environment work and the development of a care-of-the-environment draft policy.
    Published in: Present Time 175, April 2014, Wide World Changingpage 60

  • Proud to Be Part of This Project

    Proud to Be Part of This Project, by Goof Buijs. Thank you for inviting me to the 2013 World Conference, the first one that I could attend. I am proud to be part of this project and organization and of making it the most decisive influence in the world. Re-evaluation Counseling, in my view, is the most advanced and smartest way of getting and staying organised.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 26

  • An Empowering Experience

    An Empowering Experience, by Tami Shamir. Attending the World Conference was an empowering experience. I want to share three gifts (out of the many) this experience brought to me
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 22 to 23

  • I Can Proceed with More Confidence

    I Can Proceed with More Confidence, by SaraLynne Thoreson. What would happen if we weren’t so concerned about our own existence? How many people would we be able to reach for?
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Counseling Practicepage 18

  • You Can Start Your Own World Community

    You Can Start Your Own World Community, by Harvey Jackins, Rest of Our Lives, page 531. Instructions for how to build your own world community.
    Published in: Rest of Our Lives

  • Deep Connections in Korea

    Deep Connections in Korea, by Kyoungho Koa, in Our Asian Inheritance No. 7, page 77.
    Published in: Our Asian Inheritance 7

  • The Complete Goodness of Reality

    Published in: Present Time 96, July 1994

  • Liberation and Educational Change

    Liberation and Educational Change by Julian Weissglass. Present Time 93, pages13-15. No group’s liberation will succeed unless schools become a force for liberation. Achieving a just society requires that schools be transformed.
    Published in: Present Time 93, October 1993

  • Two Excellences of Arab Culture

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Listen Up, Everybody!

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • And Some Added Emphasis

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Beginnings in Swaziland

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Threading My Way Through Confusing Oppressions

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Approaching a Major Turning Point

    Approaching a Major Turning Point, by Harvey Jackins
    Published in: Present Time 53, October 1983

  • Being Rational About "Ritual Abuse"

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Supporting and Cherishing Each Other

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Recovering a Relationship

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • A Learning Experience for West Europeans

    Published in: Present Time 94, January 1994

  • Intuition, Logic and Women

    Intuition, Logic and Women, by Harvey Jackins.
    Published in: Present Time 50, January 1983

  • Ellie Putnam

    Published in: Present Time 119, April 2000

  • S.M.

    Published in: Present Time 117, October 1999

  • Present Time 170, January 2013

    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013

  • Gail Mandella

    Published in: Present Time 118, January 2000

  • Toward a New Goal on Care of the Environment

    Toward a New Goal on Care of the Environment, by Tim Jackins. All the indications are that the way the world is developing demands changes in humans’ treatment of the environment.
    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013, Counseling Practicepages 3 to 7

  • Pam Roby—International Liberation Reference Person for College and University Faculty

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Ed Rejuney

    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Harvey Page 61-62

  • Wytske Visser

    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, Harvey Page 57

  • Disabled People's Liberation in RC

    Disabled People's Liberation in RC, Chris O'Mahony. Description of disabled people's liberation in English RC
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, LiberationPages 48-49

  • Such a Good Model

    Such a Good Model, by Laura Boytz. Last summer I attended your Creativity Workshop at Walker Creek Ranch in Northern California, USA. Of all the RC workshops I've attended, that one had the greatest impact on my life.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: page 81

  • "Ancient Goddesses" Intervene

    "Ancient Goddesses" Intervene, by Francie Chew. Thank you for your support of us Asian leaders and the particularly tender way you support me. We had eighteen people at the Asian Early Sexual Memories (ESM) Workshop, including Joan Karp and David Jernigan, who each led brilliantly and put out a lot of refreshing thinking and counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: page 85

  • The Challenges and Rewards of Being an Ally to Men

    The Challenges and Rewards of Being an Ally to Men, Pamela Haines. Building up our muscles to understand look at men's oppression
    Published in: Present Time 120, July 2000, LiberationPage 41-42

  • What Was Valuable to Me

    What Was Valuable to Me, by Carolyne Singer. I just came home from the Northern California and Nevada, USA Teachers' and Leaders' Workshop. I want to expand on what was of value to me.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: page 83

  • The Joy of the World

    The Joy of the World, by Brian Smeaton. "Ta athas an domhain orm" - that's Irish for "the joy of the world is on me." I am delighted to tell you how much the fact of our natural human connection means to me.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: From the Mail: page 82

  • My Experience as a Hearing-Impaired Person

    My Experience as a Hearing-Impaired Person, by Chris O'Mahony. I want to add some of my thoughts to the discussion about the use of interpreters and personal assistants at workshops.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Liberation: pages 64 to 65

  • A Small Special Group at a Big Workshop

    A Small Special Group at a Big Workshop, by Randi Wolfe. I'm fresh back from Julian Weissglass' Wide World Change Workshop. It was truly incredible!
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 44

  • Enthusiasm Leading to Success

    Enthusiasm Leading to Success, by Torill Enger Karlsen. My life now in the beginning of 1998 is going quite well. I am in general in a better mood than I was in 1997.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 35 to 36

  • Abusers and "Liberals" Are Both Harmful

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Informe del Taller Regional para Instructores, Ayudantes y Líderesdel Estado Español

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Report on the Official United Nations Women's Conference in Beijing

    Report on the Official United Nations Women's Conference in Beijing, By Melphy Sakupwanya. I insisted on registering under "Re-evaluation Counseling," which raised a lot of eyebrows as I was easily accepted in my old role and organisation. This gave me an opportunity to put RC on the map in government circles. (The list had to be vetted by the Cabinet and approved by the President.)
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, ContentsMore Reports on Beijing: Pages 31 and 32

  • Working Back to Inclusion of Everybody: The Details

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • The Clearest Thinking I Have Experienced

    The Clearest Thinking I Have Experienced, by Lana Marée. After reading the April Present Time, in which Harvey and Catherine Land discussed the understatement, I felt really excited.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Contents: Experience with the Understatement: page 32

  • Discussion on Goal Two-Going Public with RC

    Discussion on Goal Two-Going Public with RC. Discussions on the proposed goals for RC for the next period took place at the ten conferences preceding the World Conference and at the World Conference itself.
    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998, (World Conference: page 9)

  • Experienced Leader Becomes New Editor

    Experienced Leader Becomes New Editor, by Susal Stebbins. I want you to know that I have taken on the job of editor of the Wide World Changing journal, that I am beginning to work on the next edition, and I want you all along on this amazing adventure!
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Wide World Changing: page 14

  • Being Real About Integrity in the Ozarks

    Being Real About Integrity in the Ozarks, by Deb Eisenmann. Last year I was the organizer/leader of the Ozark Area Community Congress (OACC). It is a volunteer job.
    Published in: Present Time 112, July 1998, Wide World Changing: page 11

  • Close Meaningful Relationships with People, and the RC No-Socializing Policy

    Close Meaningful Relationships with People, and the RC No-Socializing Policy, by Chuck Esser. A blueprint for thinking about RC relationships and the "No-Socializing" Policy
    Published in: Present Time 142, January 2006, Counseling Practice(pages 23 to 27)

  • Recovering My Roots (and Building a Community) in the Philipines

    Recovering My Roots (and Building a Community) in the Philippines,by Teresa Enrico. My trip to the Philippines was the dream of a life-time. To get to go to the country of the birth of my father, meet family I had never met before, and learn so much about myself and about my father has always been one of my hopes.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Counseling Practice(pages 10 to 12)

  • Asia and Me?

    Asia and Me?, by Molnar Gabriella. Noraini Kassim of Malaysia, Li Mei Ge of China, and Subbarra-man of India were the first Asian RCers I ever met. In fact they were the first Asian people I ever met, since there were no Asian communities in my country.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(pages 23 to 24)

  • Men's Support Group (Led by a Woman)

    Men's Support Group (Led by a Woman), by Tony Smith. Since October 1995, I have been in the men's support group led by Louisa. It has changed my life so significantly that I want to encourage all men in our Community to put their re-emergence first and get themselves into a support group led by a woman!
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(page 26)

  • All Lawyers Are Good People Or 'No More Shark Jokes'

    All Lawyers Are Good People Or 'No More Shark Jokes,' by Nancy Lemon. This is a talk I gave at two Northern California RC Lawyers' Workshops, in 1992 and 1997: Point 1: Lawyers get bashed a lot in this society. We don't deserve it. All lawyers are good people.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Liberation(pages 38 to 39)

  • The East Asian Conference Held in Tokyo, Japan, May 2 to 5, 1997

    The East Asian Conference Held in Tokyo, Japan, May 2 to 5, 1997, by Shiom Morita. We had the RC Pre-World-Conference Conference for East Asia in Tokyo, Japan, on May 2 to 5. Seventy RC leaders came-seven from China, six from the Philippines, six from the United States, and fifty-one from Japan (from Hokkaido in the north to Okinawa in the south).
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Teaching(Leading, Community Building: page 42 to 45)

  • A Senior Chinese Leader Reports

    A Senior Chinese Leader Reports, by Li Mei Ge. I am writing to you about our valuable experiences at the East Asian Pre-World-Conference Conference in Japan and our thinking about near-future plans.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Teaching(Leading, Community Building: page 46)

  • No Limits, The Liberation of Women

    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • Acting on a Courageous Decision

    Acting on a Courageous Decision, by Lisa Drake. I have been working since 1995 on the Lynn Community Charter School project. I have been leading in the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) since 1993 and have been in RC since 1995.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Wide World Changing(pages 68 to 69.)

  • Learning From a Different Culture

    Learning From a Different Culture, by Bruce Danford. I have just spent four-plus years in Tokyo, Japan. It was a wonderful experience.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, (From the Mail: page 78)

  • Proposed Goals for the Communities, 1997

    Proposed Goals for the Communities, 1997, by Harvey Jackins. There will be a World Conference of the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities this year. Ten preliminary conferences are being held in various parts of the world. Discussion is taking place at all these conferences towards updating the goals of Re-evaluation Counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 108, July 1997, Contents(Front Section: page 3)

  • Why We Have an RC Community

    Why We Have an RC Community, by Tim Jackins. There’s a second function that’s also important and that only became clear later: we need the Community for people who are already Co-Counseling. It’s not enough to simply know Co-Counseling and have a Co-Counselor.
    Published in: Present Time 142, January 2006, Teaching(Teaching, Leading, and Community Building: page 72)

  • From Fear to Exhilaration: Finding Male Allies in Prison

    From Fear to Exhilaration: Finding Male Allies in Prison, by Karen DeLaney
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, Liberation(page 12)

  • Building Men into the Center of RC

    Building Men into the Center of RC, by Ed Rejuney. He said that showing ourselves is the key issue for men these days: to not wait for the conditions to be right to let people see us fully as ourselves. This means showing our embarrassments, fears, etc.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, Liberation(page 20)

  • Surrounded by People of Goodwill

    Surrounded by People of Goodwill, by Gwen Brown. I wanted to believe that we were really all one people and that we all wanted pretty much the same thing-to live and learn and love and work cooperatively with one another. In China, I came closer to seeing that vision become a reality than I've ever experienced.
    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996, (More Reports on Beijing: pages 26 to 27)

  • A Massive, Successful Project

    A Massive, Successful Project, by Diane Balser. From August 30 through September 8, 1995, approximately 300 delegates attended the NGO Forum on Women, near Beijing, China. Some attended representing wide-world organizations. Others officially represented No Limits for Women, a women’s liberation project of Re-evaluation Counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 101, October 1995, Contents(Pages 20 and 21)

  • Commitment and Enthusiasm in Togo

    Commitment and Enthusiasm in Togo, by Wanjiku Kironyo. In February 2014 I led a workshop in Togo. On the first day we had a women's group in which we discussed the oppression of women on the African continent.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Teaching(page 69)

  • The U.S. Climate Movement, and People of the Global Majority

    the U.S. Climate Movement, and People of the Global Majority, by Jim Driscoll. The following are some of the initiatives I have taken as a climate activist: I have been setting up support groups for climate activists who are people of the global majority (PGM).
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Wide World Changing(page 77)

  • An Extraordinary Organization

    An Extraordinary Organization, by Vicky Grosser. It struck me recently what an exraordinary organization the Re-evaluation Counselling Community is: the Guidelines, the structure, and the immense amount of work that goes into planning how it operates.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Wide World Changing(Page 74)

  • The First Manzini Workshop

    The First Manzini Workshop, by Boy Mabuya and Thembi Mhlanga. In December 2013, the Manzini RC group (in Swaziland) successfully held its first workshop. It focused mainly on the ongoing support and growth of those already Co-Counseling.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Teaching(Page 74)

  • Give Them Next Steps

    Give Them Next Steps, by Harvey Jackins. RC disarmament work gained momentum after the 1979 RC World Conference. Large numbers of Co-Counselors got into the work, and large numbers of peace workers joined RC. Something fine has happened as a result of this.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Wide World Changing(page 81)

  • An Australian Young People's and Young Adult's Workshop

    An Australian Young People's and Young Adult's Workshop, by Laura Waddell. In April I led a workshop near Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, for eight young adults, two young people, and four allies. The youngest young person was sixteen, and the eldest young adult was thirty.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Liberation(pages 52 to 53)

  • Thoughts After a Protest Rally

    Thoughts After a Protest Rally, by Marcie Rendon. Last night I went with my eleven-, thirteen-, and seventeen-year-old grandchildren to a rally in downtown Minneapolis (Minnesota, USA). The rally was calling for justice in the black community following the murder of Trayvon Martin and the acquittal of his murderer.
    Published in: Present Time 173, October 2013, Wide World Changing(page 83)

  • Jobs for Participants at RC Workshops

    Published in: Workshops Guidelines

  • Harvey Jackins

    Harvey Jackins, by Tim Jackins. My father's death is a great and sad loss.
    Published in: Present Time 117, October 1999, Teaching(pages 37 to 38)

  • Excerpted Comments from and About the World-Wide Conference of Jewish RC Leaders

    Excerpted Comments from and About the World-Wide Conference of Jewish Leaders, multiple authors. Various comments from the Jewish leaders present about the profound contradiction that the Conference provided.
    Published in: Present Time 106, January 1997, Liberation(pages 9 to 11)

  • White Ashkenazi Jews Eliminating Racism

    White Ashkenazi Jews Eliminating Racism, by Dvora Slavin. This March we had the second North America White Ashkenazi Jews Eliminating Racism Workshop.
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014, Liberation: page 43

  • Young Adults Take Charge

    Young Adults Take Charge, by Melanie Uhlmann. I started RC when I was twenty-one, and I am turning thirty next year. So far all my experiences as a Co-Counselor have been as a young adult.
    Published in: Present Time 169, October 2012, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: pages 67 to 69

  • Figuring Out Fighting for Ourselves

    Figuring Out Fighting for Ourselves, by Diane Shisk. Present Time No.169, pages 3-6. Each of us needs to discharge to where we actually know we’re worth fighting for, so it’s not just a direction.
    Published in: Present Time 169, October 2012, Counseling Practice(pages 3 to 6)

  • The Empowerment of the Individual

    The Empowerment of the Individual, by Harvey Jackins. Present Time No. 46, pp 6-9. RC acts to strip the pseudo-reality from reality, rolls back the false reality which has occluded reality for almost all of us almost all out lives. The pseudo-reality has accumulated from the falsehoods, the invalidations, the pain, the unwarranted assumptions which have been presented to us as reality, assumptions such as that we are helpless.
    Published in: Present Time 46, January 1982

  • Musicians Liberation

    Musicians’ Liberation, by Phyllis Beardsley. Present Time 153, October 2008, page 48. I have just arrived home after a powerful weekend workshop on musicians’ liberation. It was held near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and was led by Heather Hay, the International Liberation Reference Person for Musicians.
    Published in: Present Time 153, October 2008, Liberation: page 48

  • Mission Statement for No Limits for Women

    No Limits for Women Mission Statement, by Diane Balser. No Limits for Women is an International organization of women (and men who are allies to women) dedicated to eliminating sexism throughout the world. Ending sexism will profoundly and positively impact human progress as a whole.
    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • The Rational Needs of Human Beings

    The Rational Needs of Human Beings, by Harvey Jackins. There is a great deal we don't know about rational relationships between humans as yet because the phenomenon of human irrationality has interfered with and obscured this area.
    Published in: RC Theory

  • All Lawyers Are Good People; Or, No More Shark Jokes!

    All Lawyers Are Good People; Or, No More Shark Jokes! by Nancy Lemon. Present Time 90, pages 51-53. Lawyers get bashed a lot in this society. We don’t deserve it. All lawyers are good people.
    Published in: Present Time 90, January 1993

  • Recent Insights on Fat Oppression and Women

    Recent Insights on Fat Oppression and Women, by Nikki Stewart. Sisters No. 11 page 24. I had the pleasure of leading a day-long Workshop for Large Women and also an evening Gather-in for Allies to Large Women.
    Published in: Sisters 11

  • Women and Men Moving Together Against Sexism

    Women and Men Moving Together Against Sexism, by Diane Shisk. Sisters No. 12, page 103. Steve Thompson (one of my Co-Counselors and a men’s leader) and I recently led a three-day workshop for women and men in my Region (the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Mississippi, in the South of the United States). The first two days we led separate women’s and men’s workshops. The third day everyone came together to work on being allies to one another.
    Published in: Sisters 12

  • Eliminating Arrogance

    Eliminating Arrogance, by Jo Saunders. Coming Home No. 1, page 26.
    Published in: Coming Home

  • Revised Draft Statement on Southern Oppression the USA

    Revised Draft Statement on Southern Oppression the USA, by Ben Green. Present TIme 59, April 1985, page 41. Although individual southerners may be as different from each other as they are from non-southerners, there are both positive values and distress patterns in southern culture which contribute to a unique, distinctive experience for southerners.
    Published in: Present Time 59, April 1985

  • Swedish Translations

    Published in: Swedish

  • “Year of the Area”

    “Year of the Area” by Dvora Slavin. RC Teacher 29, page 19. When I first became Regional Reference Person (RRP), I decided the key thing was to build relationships with my Area Reference People (ARPs). This included regular Co-Counseling sessions, monthly meetings, and establishing relationships with folks from their Areas.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • A Native Leader Talks About Screening

    A Native Leader Talks About Screening by Marcia Rendon. Working for a Living No. 8, page 24. In screening people to teach I look for people who are recognized as leaders by their Native communities. Who do people listen to? Show up for?
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Building Black RC in Arkansas

    Building Black RC in Arkansas by Dorothy Marcy. RC Teacher 29, page 6. For a few years now I have been leading two projects for black folk in our Community. The first one is my black women’s support group, which developed gradually as I made many false starts before finally getting it going. I kept trying because I needed the group for my own re-emergence.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • The Encouragement to Have Big Lives

    The Encouragement to Have Big Lives by Tim Jackins. RC Teacher 28, page 62.
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Teaching How to Teach RC (part 2)

    Teaching How to Teach RC by Frank van den Heuvel
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • Teaching How to Teach RC (part 1)

    Teaching How to Teach RC by Margo Hittleman
    Published in: Teaching RC

  • My Thirty-Something Story of Reproductive Health

    My Thirty-Something Story of Reproductive Health, by anonymous. I had no idea how quickly, once I got married, the pressure would hit to become a mother.
    Published in: Present Time 168, July 2012, Counseling Practice: pages 16 to 18

  • Discharging Chinese Internalized Oppression

    Discharging Chinese Internalized Oppression, by Francie Chew. Our Asian Inheritance No. 7, pages 58 to 60. I want to explore how Chinese internalized oppression affects our lives as Chinese living in the United States. Its original source is the oppression that came from outside or that came at our families or someone earlier in our culture.
    Published in: Our Asian Inheritance 7

  • Key Issues for Allies Ending the Oppression of Jews

    Key Issues for Allies Ending the Oppression of Jews, by Dorann van Heeswijk. Face fully our significance and the importance of reaching for increasing clarity about contemporary Jewish issues.
    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013, Liberation(pages 51 to 52)

  • Being an Ally

    Being an Ally, by Harvey Jackins, The Kind, Friendly Universe, p. 185. For any group to progress in its liberation from oppression it is necessary that it (1) formulate a correct, workable, program of liberation, (2) unite its members around that program, and (3) win allies for the group’s liberation among individuals and organizations who are outside the group itself.
    Published in: Kind, Friendly Universe

  • Putting an End to War

    Putting an End to War, by Naomi Raz. War is not in our genes—we need to be carefully trained in order to go out and kill other people.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Wide World Changing(page 82)

  • Counterrevolution Due to Persistence of Patterns

    Counterrevolution Due to Persistence of Patterns, by Harvey Jackins. Harvey Jackins, at the July 1986 Peace and Disarmament Activists’ Workshop
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Wide World Changing(page 69)

  • I'm Proud of Us

    I'm Proud of Us, by Fela Barclift. The still undischarged effects of internalized racism cause me to struggle when I want to share my thoughts
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: page 21

  • Our Choice

    Our Choice, by Harvey Jackins. We have a very real choice between, on the one hand, a future Garden of Eden for our children and, on the other, the complete destruction of all complex life.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Wide World Changing(page 83)

  • Racism, Genocide, Colonialism, and Care of the Environment 

    Racism, Genocide, Colonialism, and Care of the Environment, by Russ Vernon-Jones. Any attempt to address the environment as separate from these issues will be severely limited.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Wide World Changing(page 84)

  • Sliding Scales and Integrity

    Sliding Scales and Integrity, by Dan Nickerson. It is difficult to think about differences in wealth and income and about the economic inequality of our world.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 62 to 63

  • Language Liberation at the World Conference

    Language Liberation at the World Conference, by Shirley Thatcher. Interpreting was done in front of the conference in at least twenty different languages
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: pages 25 to 26

  • More than an RC Slogan

    More than an RC Slogan, by Josephine Grimes. Demonstrations on relationships between people of the global majority and white people included people of the two groups making commitments to each other.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Liberation: page 22

  • Moving Forward in Nigeria

    Moving Forward in Nigeria, by Kingsley chimedu Ibekwe. The recent workshops in Unizik, Abagana, and Awka (Nigeria) were the outcome of many years’ work—work that was begun by Melphy Sakupwanya about eight years ago.
    Published in: Present Time 174, January 2014, Teaching, Leading, Community Building: page 61

  • Counseling About Breast Cancer

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Determinedly Going "Public"

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Inspired Sharing

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • "Mental Health" Liberation Is for Everyone

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Reaching People in Big City Schools

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • Who Will Bring the Straws?

    Published in: Present Time 110, January 1998

  • About form letter soliciting funds for UER

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Commitments Related to Vocation

    Published in: Commitments

  • ENSEÑANDO RC

    Published in: Teaching -

  • Excerpts from RC Journal THE CARING PARENT

    Published in: The Caring Parent

  • Excerpts from the RC journal WORKING FOR A LIVING

    Published in: Working for a Living 4

  • From the Editor

    Published in: Present Time 102, January 1996

  • Fundamentals Class Outline #1

    Published in: Teaching -

  • Fundamentals Class Outline #3

    Published in: Teaching -

  • Guidelines For The Use Of Web Sites For Members Of The Re-Evaluation Counseling Communities

    Published in: Guidelines

  • Looking Forward to the European Social Forum

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Priorities for Translation

    Published in: Translations

  • Propositions About Human Liberation

    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • RC List Servers

    Published in: Lists -

  • Teaching RC on a College Campus

    Teaching RC on a College Campus by Phyllis Bronstein
    Published in: Present Time 170, January 2013

  • The On-going Forever Class

    Published in: Teaching -

  • The Rational Needs of Human Beings

    Published in: The Upward Trend

  • UER Activities in the United States 2001-2004

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • UER at "Movement Beyond Borders," May 1-4, 2003

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • United to End Racism (UER) at the "Movement Beyond Borders," May 1-4, 2003

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • Draft Program for Native Liberation

    Draft Liberation Policy for Indigenous People, by Marcie Rendon. This draft policy is a liberation policy to reclaim ourselves and our languages, to re-examine and reclaim the best of Indigenous thinking, and to reconnect with our land base.
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Barbara Love—Liberation Reference Person for African Heritage People

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Glossary

    Published in: Guidelines

  • Catholic Women Leading

    Catholic Women Leading by Ellie Hidalgo. Last week my coworker and I took turns leading Ash Wednesday services at our church. She and I each led three services (six total) in Spanish, and a male priest led two others. My preaching this year focused on God’s mercy and forgiveness and getting to start fresh.
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015, Wide World Changingpage 45

  • An Introduction to the Work of United to End Racism

    Published in: United to End Racism

  • About RC

    Re-evaluation Counseling is a process whereby people of all ages and of all backgrounds can learn how to exchange effective help with each other in order to free themselves from the effects of past distress experiences.

  • NGO Forum CSW60 Workshops

    No Limits for Women Proposal for Participation in Beijing Plus Twenty
    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • No Limits Video at CSW59

    Published in: No Limits Photos

  • No Attacks Within RC!

    No Attacks Within RC! by Tim Jackins. Throughout the years of RC, every so often, there have been attacks on the leadership of the Community. These attacks have taken various forms.
    Published in: Present Time 81, October 1990

  • D.2. STRUCTURE DE LA COMMUNAUTÉ – LIBÉRATION

    D.2. STRUCTURE DE LA COMMUNAUTÉ – LIBÉRATION Inclusion La Communauté de Co-écoute fera un effort conscient et délibéré pour inclure dans les organes d’organisation et de leadership des Co-écoutant-e-s issu-e-s des couches populaires:
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • The Doctrine of Discovery

    The Doctrine of Discovery, by Cecelia Sosa-Patterson. Catholicism took our culture, matriarchal leadership, spirituality.
    Published in: Present Time 184, July 2016, Liberation

  • Tim Jackins

    "Leadership", Present Time No. 146, January 2007.

  • Email to delegation, translation and other updates

    Published in: Environment -

  • June 21 Volunteers

    Published in: Environment -

  • Sixty Considerations

    Published in: Our Work to End Racism

  • Draft Program on Climate Change

    Draft Program on Climate Change for the RC Community
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Guide pour les Communautés de Réévaluation par la Co-écoute Adopté par la Conférence Mondiale 2013

    Guide pour les Communautés de Réévaluation par la Co-écoute Adopté par la Conférence Mondiale des 7-11 Août 2013 Storrs, Connecticut, USA
    Published in: French

  • Young Adult Leaders in Southern Africa

    Young Adult Leaders in Southern Africa, by Nolwazi Dlamini. In December 2018 we had our first Southern Africa International Young Adult Leaders’ Workshop. Participants ranged in age from eighteen to thirty-five.
    Published in: Present Time 195, April 2019, Teaching, Leading, Community Building

  • Getting Ready to Lead BLCD

    Getting Ready to Lead BLCD, by Alysia Tate. Black Re-emergence No. 12. I have been an RC leader for many years. I have been active in the RC Community, having sessions and attending workshops, for more than twenty years. I have taught classes and am a Regional Reference Person. Even with all of the sessions I have had about how racism and internalized racism affect me, it has been surprising to notice how much more work I must do as I prepare to lead a Regional BLCD in 2016.
    Published in: Black Re-emergence 12

  • A Brief History of RC

    Published in: RC Theory

  • E.2. Structure of the Community-Liberation

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Glossary

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Liberation Theory

    Articles on RC liberation theory, organized by type of oppression.

  • June 13 Climate Week event proposal

    Published in: Environment -

  • June 19 Leading events, outreach, future meetings

    Published in: Environment -

  • RIP Publications (CDs, DVDs, Translations)

  • Individual articles from back issues of PT

  • Doelstellingen van de HC-gemeenschap (2017)

    Ons doel is om een eind te maken aan het klassisme Daarvoor moeten wij, de leden van de HC-gemeenschap, onszelf ertoe verbinden het volgende te doen om een rationele maatschappij, die vrij is van uitbuiting, naderbij te brengen
    Published in: Dutch

  • Community Building

  • E.11. Developing New Reference Persons

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Tim explique le Guide

    Tim explique le Guide, Tim Jackins. Nous disposons du Guide pour nous aider à bâtir une Communauté de Co-écoute. Il est d’un grand secours, et bâtir une Communauté de Co-écoute est encore difficile.
    Published in: French, Teaching, Leading, Community BuildingPT 172, p. 31

  • June 28 Workshop and Forum Leaders

    Published in: Environment -

  • Outline: United States and Climate Change

    Published in: Environment -

  • Climate Activists' Panel Transcript March 2019

    Published in: Environment -

  • Emily Bloch--International Liberation Reference Person for Young Adults

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Articles by Harvey Jackins on Working-Class Liberation

    Published in: Working for a Living 8

  • ILRP Activities on COE

    Postings by ILRPS about COE work with their constituencies.
    Published in: Environment -

  • G.1. Workshops-Overview

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • E.6. Functions of the Area Reference Person

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Challenging Sexism as a Catholic Female

    Published in: Present Time 156, April 2009

  • GLOSSAIRE du Guide pour les Communautes de Reevaluation par la Co-ecoute

    GLOSSAIRE Le terme "accessibilité" recouvre les dispositions physiques et pratiques qui permettent aux personnes atteintes d'invalidité de participer à un évènement de la manière la plus inclusive possible, et ce raisonnablement étant donné les circonstances.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • D.10. PERSONNE DE RÉFÉRENCE RÉGIONALE

    D.10. PERSONNE DE RÉFÉRENCE RÉGIONALE Nomination de la Personne de Référence Régionale La PRI peut nommer une personne en tant que PRR dans une région géographique, ethnique ou linguistiqueIII, après avoir consulté les dirigeant-e-s de cette Région. Pour être nommée PRR, un-e dirigeant-e doit :
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • Thoughts in Support of the Draft Policy on Care of the Environment

    Thoughts in Support of the Draft Policy on Care of the Environment, by Wytske Visser and others. The following are some thoughts, from the committee that wrote the draft policy, in support of the new Draft Policy on Care of the Environment.
    Published in: Environment -

  • Present Time 180, July 2015

    Present Time 180, July 2015
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015

  • A Welcome to the RC Communities from Tim Jackins

  • contents

    Published in: Boston EWR workshop 2020

  • June 18 Letter to volunteers

    Published in: Environment -

  • Short version Draft Program on Climate Change

    Short version, draft program on climate change
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Class Outlines for Teaching on COE

    Class Outlines for Teaching on COE, first eight, by Diane Shisk
    Published in: Environment -

  • Stories of Hope and Courage

    Stories of hope and courage about climate change.
    Published in: Environment -

  • Climate Change Draft Program for the RC Communities

    Climate Change Draft Program for the RC Communities (short version), A vast accumulation of data clearly indicates that, to avoid catastrophic consequences, we must act quickly to stop global temperatures from rising more than 1.5°C by 2030. ...we will need a coordinated global effort to reduce inequities and create a rational economy—one that allows everyone to have a good life while living lightly on the Earth.
    Published in: Present Time 195, April 2019, Wide World Changing

  • Being Ready to Help Guide the Collapsing Society

    Being Ready to Help Guide the Collapsing Society, by Tim JackinsMy version of the goals of the RC Community is to get this set of tools in everybody’s hands.
    Published in: Present Time 162, January 2011, Teaching, Leading, Community Building

  • Seán Ruth-International Liberation Reference Person for Middle-Class People

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • "Normal" Patterns and RC Leaders

    “Normal” Patterns and RC Leaders, by Janet Foner. As we fully reclaim the discharge process, we go up against the irrational system/society. Being inundated with “mental health” oppression (MHO) is necessary for the system if it is to hold itself together. Society has to shut down discharge and make it seem bad and unthinkable.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 7

  • E.10. Regional Reference Person

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • D.11. DIRIGEANT-E-S DES GROUPES DE LIBÉRATION, DES GROUPES DE MÉTIER ET D'INTÉRÊT COMMUN

    D.11. DIRIGEANT-E-S DES GROUPES DE LIBÉRATION, DES GROUPES DE MÉTIER ET D'INTÉRÊT COMMUN Nomination par la Personne de Référence Internationale Lorsqu’il existe dans la Communauté un nombre substantiel de Co-écoutant-e-s qui mènent une lutte de libération commune, ou qui ont un métier ou un intérêt commun, la PRI peut nommer une PRIL ou une Personne de Référence Internationale de Commonalité
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • The Importance of Harvey Jackins

    Published in: Audio files

  • No Need to Lead in Isolation

    No Need to Lead in Isolation, by Rachel Nobel. I have just finished leading a people of the global majority workshop, in southern California (USA).
    Published in: Present Time 181, October 2015

  • Cancellation of an event

    Published in: Environment -

  • SAL workshops, forums, and handouts

    Sustaining All Life workshops, forums, listening projects, handouts and more
    Published in: Environment -

  • email to delegation - call for music, poetry, art

    Published in: Environment -

  • Black Liberation and Community Development

    Published in: Our Work to End Racism

  • May 22 Possible Activities

    Published in: Environment -

  • Draft Policy on Care of the Environment

    Published in: Environment -

  • Featured Recent PT Articles

  • SAL at COPs

    Sustaining All Life at COP23
    Published in: Environment -

  • Outline: Young People at the Forefront of the Climate Change Movement

    Published in: Environment -

  • SAL at the New York Climate Summit

    Published in: Environment -

  • Climate Change, Capitalism, Movement Building, and RC

    Climate Change, Capitalism, Movement Building, and RC, by Eric Braxton.
    Published in: Present Time 195, April 2019, Wide World Changing

  • Draft Policy for Care of the Environment

    Draft policy on care of the environment
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Climate Change Updates

    Climate Change Updates. Regular update on state of the environment
    Published in: Environment -

  • Cherie Brown-International Liberation Reference Person for Jews

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Table of 2013 Guidelines to 2017

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • M.1. Co-Counseling Relationships[92]

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • J.8. Use of Pseudonyms/Anonymity by Authors

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • E.5. Formation of an Area and Selection of an Area Reference Person

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • A.4. The Membership of the Community

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • G.9.  Conferences

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • G.5.  Regional Workshops

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • E.13. Group Responsibility for a Leader's Re-emergence

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • E.9. Growth of New Areas from Existing Areas

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Catholic Women and the Policy

    Published in: Sisters 12

  • NOTES: I. LES GROUPES DE DIRIGEANT-E-S, II. AUTO-ÉVALUATION, III. ÉVITER LES STRUCTURES NATIONALES, IV. PROCESSUS DE DÉCISION

    I. LES GROUPES DE DIRIGEANT-E-S, II. AUTO-ÉVALUATION, III. ÉVITER LES STRUCTURES NATIONALES, IV. PROCESSUS DE DÉCISION, V. UNIS POUR ÉLIMINER LE RACISME, VI. FORMULAIRES
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • Teaching RC

  • D.9. DÉVELOPPEMENT DE NOUVEAUX SECTEURS À PARTIR DE SECTEURS EXISTANTS

    D.9. DÉVELOPPEMENT DE NOUVEAUX SECTEURS À PARTIR DE SECTEURS EXISTANTS Nouveaux Secteurs Les personnes qui introduisent la Co-écoute dans des localités proches d'un Secteur existant travailleront avec ce Secteur et avec la PRS pour faire démarrer les activités.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • D.6. FONCTIONS DE LA PERSONNE DE RÉFÉRENCE DE SECTEUR

    D.6. FONCTIONS DE LA PERSONNE DE RÉFÉRENCE DE SECTEUR Responsabilités de la Personne de Référence de Secteur Toutes les personnes dirigeantes, y compris la PRS et de fait tout-e Co-écoutant-e, sont encouragées à prendre l'entière responsabilité d'absolument tout.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • D.5. FORMATION D’UN SECTEUR ET CHOIX DE LA PERSONNE DE RÉFÉRENCE DE SECTEUR

    D.5. FORMATION D’UN SECTEUR ET CHOIX DE LA PERSONNE DE RÉFÉRENCE DE SECTEUR Formation d'un Secteur En consultation avec la PRR (ou la PRI s’il n’existe pas de PRR), les groupes de dirigeant-e-s appelleront à la tenue d’une réunion des Co-écoutant-e-s en activité pour former un "Secteur" et proposer une PRS, lorsque toutes les conditions suivantes sont réunies :
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • Catholics

    Catholics, by Joanne Bray. Two thousand years ago, a courageous Jewish peasant living in a brutally occupied land led a people’s liberation movement seeking a universal (“catholic”) embrace of humanity. The Roman Empire saw his principled, pro-human stands as a threat and executed him for treason.
    Published in: Present Time 188, July 2017, Liberation

  • Bâtir une Communauté de Co-écoute en Côte d'Ivoire

    Bâtir une Communauté de Co-écoute en Côte d'Ivoire, Cyrille Zounon. La Côte d’Ivoire, un charmant pays de vingt-deux millions d’habitants, a connu la guerre à la suite d’une crise post-électorale en 2011. Je me suis retrouvé au Togo comme réfugié en avril de cette année-là. Deux semaines après, je rencontrais Missigbe1 et la RC-Togo.
    Published in: French, Teaching, Leading, Community BuildingPT 174, p. 57

  • Die wichtige Bedeutung der Befreiungsarbeit der Mittelklasse

    Die wichtige Bedeutung der Befreiungsarbeit der Mittelklasse, Sean Ruth. In der Vergangenheit haben einige Leute „Mittelklasse“-Unterstützungsgruppen geleitet, weil sie tief im Herzen wussten, dass es wichtig ist, obwohl sie kaum Theorie zur Verfügung hatten warum es so ist. Sie haben dies getan, obwohl es hart war, aber sie konnten nicht erkennen, ob das, was sie da tun, überhaupt einen Unterschied machen würde.
    Published in: German

  • Fundamentals Teaching Guide II Readings

    Fundamentals Teaching Guide II Readings
    Published in: Ftg2 Readings -

  • Present Time 183, April 2016

    Published in: Present Time 183, April 2016

  • Present Time 182 TOC

    Present Time 182, January 2016
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016

  • Table of Contents for print version

    Present Time 180, July 2015, Table of Contents for print version
    Published in: Present Time 180, July 2015

  • Young People and Family Work

    Young People and Family Work Projects of the Re-evaluation Foundation
    Published in: Foundation

  • Harvey Jackins

    The Human Situation, p. 224

  • Delegation check-ins during Climate Week and more

    Published in: Environment -

  • Sustaining All Life Handouts

    Sustaining All Life Handouts
    Published in: Environment -

  • Tech Team Resources

    Published in: Asian & Pacific Islander workshop

  • Aug 2 All Delegation Update Call

    Published in: Environment -

  • Transcript of The Basics of RC Women’s Liberation webinar, June 2020

    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • July 31 Discharge Time English, Spanish, French

    Published in: Environment -

  • July 30 Outreach Notice English

    Published in: Environment -

  • July 26 Update to delegation in English, Spanish and French

    Published in: Environment -

  • Updates and Changes

    Published in: Environment -

  • July 1 Job Descript Role of Organizers French

    SAL, Climate Week, delegation, Job description e-mail
    Published in: Environment -

  • Articles on Racism

  • June 25 updates

    Published in: Environment -

  • Postings from the IRP on COVID-19 and the RC Communities

    Postings from the IRP on COVID-19 and the RC Communities, beginning in March 2020
    Published in: Postings from the IRP

  • May 15 Opportunities Prior to COP26

    Published in: Environment -

  • Class Discharge Groups

    Published in: Class liberation

  • Letters from Jevera to her Region

    Published in: Class liberation

  • RC and COVID-19

    RC and the coronavirus, COVID-19
    Published in: IRP Perspectives

  • Confidence in Full Recovery, with Discharge

    Confidence in Full Recovery, with Discharge, by Marsha Saxton. A couple of years ago, I developed a persistent rash over several months—itchy red patches on my hands and eyelids, near my mouth, and on my torso, and legs. My doctor insisted it was poison oak, which didn’t make sense to me, based on what I felt and what I read about rashes on the Internet.
    Published in: Journals Well-Being 6

  • Important CDs and DVDs

    Published in: Present Time

  • Outline: Jews & Climate Justice: Building a United Front

    Published in: Environment -

  • Outline: Women, Climate Emergency and the Economy

    Published in: Environment -

  • SAL COP 25 Santiago, Chile December 2019

    Published in: Environment -

  • Satellite Workshop Guidelines

    Published in: Satellite Guidelines

  • Being an Ally

    Being and Ally, by Harvey Jackins. For any group to progress in its liberation from oppression it is necessary that it (1) formulate a correct, workable program of liberation, (2) unite its members around that program, and (3) win allies for the group’s liberation among individuals and organizations who are outside the group itself.
    Published in: Present Time 91, April 1993, Liberation

  • Fundamentals Teaching Guide I Readings

    Included here are those readings referenced in the Fundamentals Teaching Guide, Part I that are not included in the basic books referenced in the Guide (The Fundamentals Manual, The Human Side of Human Beings, The Human Situation, The RC Community Guidelines, Working Together to End Racism, How to Begin RC).
    Published in: Fundamentals Teaching Guide Readings

  • Talking to a Young Person about Sex and Pornography

    Talking to a Young Person about Sex and Pornography, by anonymous. I am writing this with help from my son. He is sitting right next to me. He is eleven. This is a little about what we have done together on the topic of sex and pornography.
    Published in: Present Time 197, October 2019, Counseling Practice

  • Ad for Black Re-emergence No. 13

    Ad for Black Re-emergence No. 13
    Published in: Present Time

  • Officiële richtlijnen voor het vertalen van de theorie en literatuur van het Herwaarderingscounselen

    Officiële richtlijnen voor het vertalen van de theorie en literatuur van het Herwaarderingscounselen: De theorie van het Herwaarderingscounselen is op zichzelf een belangrijke ondersteuning bij onze wederopbloei. Als we de principes van de theorie goed integreren in ons denken, zijn we beter in staat om met succes te handelen, zowel binnen als buiten het counselen.
    Published in: Dutch

  • Allies in Ending Fat Oppression

    Allies in Ending Fat Oppression, by Nikki Stewart. I’ve been thinking about what it would look like to have solid allies as a large woman. And I’ve realized that until I feel aspiring allies’ passion and determination to end fat oppression, it will be hard to use them fully as client.
    Published in: Present Time 195, April 2019, Liberation

  • The National Women's March - Steps Forward for All of Us

    The National Women's March - Steps Forward for All of Us, by Diane Balser. Women took big steps forward on many fronts at the U.S. National Women’s March, in January 2019.
    Published in: Present Time 195, April 2019, Wide World Changing

  • The Human Male Intro

    Introduction to The Human Male, by Harvey Jackins
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Prioritizing Climate Change

    Why the RC Communities are Prioritizing Addressing Climate Change, by Diane Shisk and Tim Jackins. Distress recordings are the biggest obstacle to solving all of society’s problems. Therefore, because of what we know as RCers, we can play a pivotal role in solving the problems facing humanity. Climate change is one of the problems.
    Published in: Environment -

  • Norske oversettelser

    Norske oversettelser (Translations into Norsk/Norwegian)
    Published in: Norwegian

  • Not Limiting My Closeness, with Any Humans

    Published in: Present Time 194, January 2019

  • More from Rational Island Publishers

    Published in: Present Time

  • "We Are in This Jewish Liberation Project Together"

    "We Are in This Jewish Liberation Project Together", by Cherie Brown. I am heartbroken, as I know you are, by the shooting at the synagogue today on Shabbat [the Jewish Sabbath] in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania, USA).
    Published in: Present Time 194, January 2019, Wide World Changing

  • Growing Up Poor, and Classism in RC

    Growing Up Poor, and Classism in RC, by Vivian MacClurg. I lived in poverty from my infancy well into my twenties and after that was often a paycheck away from being poor. Now as I’m growing older, with my work slowing down and without a pension, I am faced with how to not end up poor once again.
    Published in: Present Time 194, January 2019, Liberation

  • Climate change in Nigeria

    Climate change in Akwa, Nigeria
    Published in: Our Stories of Climate Change

  • Wytske Visser—International Commonality Reference Person for Care of the Environment

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Teresa Enrico—International Liberation Reference Person for Pilipinos/as and Pacific Islanders

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Azi Khalili--ILRP for South, Central, and West-Asian Heritage People

    Published in: International Liberation and Commonality Reference Persons Tell About Their Work

  • Перевод на русский язык, Translations into Russian

    Перевод на русский язык, Translations into Russian
    Published in: Russian

  • ARP Activities on COE

    Postings by ARPs about COE work in their Areas.
    Published in: Environment -

  • RRP Activities on COE

    RRP postings about recent COE work in their Regions. 2016
    Published in: Environment -

  • New pamphlets ad 2017

    Published in: Present Time

  • The 2017 Guidelines

    Published in: Present Time

  • Over Twenty Years of Early Sexual Memories Workshops

    Published in: Present Time 116, July 1999

  • The Need for Policy

    The Need for Policy, by Joan Karp. Much of our theory and policy goes against the many patterned assumptions of the various societies, cultures, and sub-cultures. It often takes time, study, discharge, and re-evaluation to expose the full extent of these patterned assumptions. However, fully understanding and participating in RC depends on it.
    Published in: Present Time 29, October 1977

  • Report to the 2017 World Conference

    Report to the 2017 World Conference, by Janet Foner. Our ability to handle the current crises and build a new society is intimately tied to overcoming the harshness of “mental health” oppression. The enforced holding back of discharge, the terror installed by the oppression, and the pressure to be “normal” make it hard to think about the big changes that need to be made.
    Published in: Recovery and Re-emergence 7

  • Draft Policy on Artists' Liberation

    Draft Policy for Artists' Liberation, by Harvey Jackins
    Published in: Draft Liberation Policy Statements

  • Reaching Decision

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • II. Self-Estimation

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • H.3. Regional and Area Classes, Support Groups, and Playdays,[1]  and Area Gather-ins[2]

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • G.2. Interpreting at Workshops

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • E.8. Struggling Areas

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • D.4. Not Mixing RC with Other Theories

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • D.2. Requirements of RC Teachers

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • C.3. Structure of RC Classes

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • A.3. The One-Point Program of the RC Community

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Black Re-emergence No. 12

    Ad for Black Re-emergence No. 12
    Published in: Present Time

  • Projects Aimed Outside the RC Community

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • I. Leaders' Groups

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • G.6. International Workshops

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • C.4. Fundamentals Classes

    Published in: Guidelines 2017

  • Anforderungen an NC Lehrer*innen

    Anforderungen an NC Lehrer*innen (Requirements of RC Teachers) Guideline G.2.
    Published in: German

  • H.2. CLASSES, GROUPES DE SOUTIEN, JOURNÉES DE JEU ET ASSEMBLÉES DE SECTEUR

    H.2. CLASSES, GROUPES DE SOUTIEN, JOURNÉES DE JEU ET ASSEMBLÉES DE SECTEUR Contributions au Fonds d'Extension des Secteurs et au Fonds de Service Communautaire Les formateurs-formatrices de Co-écoute incluront dans le calcul de leurs honoraires, en tant que dépense de base de la classe, une participation équivalente à 25% du revenu brut, avant toute déduction d’autres dépenses, au Fonds d’Extension des Secteurs et au Fonds de Service Communautaire de Re-evaluation Counseling Community Resources, Inc. (RCCR)
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • N. RELATIONS ENTRE MEMBRES – LE PRINCIPE DE NON-SOCIALISATION N.1. LES RELATIONS DE CO-ÉCOUTE

    N. RELATIONS ENTRE MEMBRES – LE PRINCIPE DE NON-SOCIALISATION64 N.1. LES RELATIONS DE CO-ÉCOUTE Nous tenons pour acquis que la relation de Co-écoute est une occasion unique pour progresser vers la totale réémergence des enregistrements de détresse.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • G.2. CRITÈRES POUR LES FORMATEURS-FORMATRICES DE CO-ÉCOUTE

    G.2. CRITÈRES POUR LES FORMATEURS-FORMATRICES DE CO-ÉCOUTE Expérience et connaissances Les personnes posant leur candidature pour enseigner la Co-écoute auront, si possible :
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • F.8. CONFÉRENCES

    F.8. CONFÉRENCES Conférences Préparatoires et Conférence Mondiale Au moins une fois tous les quatre ans, une Conférence Préparatoire à la Conférence Mondiale est organisée sur chaque continent avec la participation des représentant-e-s des Régions et des groupes de libération ou d'intérêt commun du continent, de la PRI, de la Personne de Référence Internationale Suppléante (PRIS), et de personnes invitées pour représenter des groupes spécifiques de Co-écoutant-e-s.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • F.5. ATELIERS INTERNATIONAUX

    F.5. ATELIERS INTERNATIONAUX Les ateliers organisés au niveau International ont pour objectif de favoriser la formation de futur-e-s formateurs-formatrices ou dirigeant-e-s pour chaque section de la population.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • F.4. ATELIERS RÉGIONAUX

    F.4. ATELIERS RÉGIONAUX Les ateliers Régionaux sont des ateliers rassemblant des Co-écoutant-e-s appartenant à deux Secteurs ou plus. Lorsque ces ateliers ne sont pas dirigés par la PRR, ils devront avoir l'autorisation préalable de la PRI.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • F.1. ATELIERS – GÉNÉRALITÉS

    F.1. ATELIERS – GÉNÉRALITÉS Des ateliers pour chaque niveau Des ateliers de Réévaluation par la Co-écoute sont organisés aux niveaux de la classe, du Secteur, de la Région, et aux niveaux multi-Régional et International.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • D.8. SECTEURS EN DIFFICULTÉ

    D.8. SECTEURS EN DIFFICULTÉ Secteurs en difficulté Si la croissance et le développement d'un Secteur se sont interrompus, une action doit entreprise. La PRS et la PRSS, en consultation avec leur PRR, convoqueront une réunion des membres du Secteur.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • D.7. RÉUNIONS DES MEMBRES DU SECTEUR

    D.7. RÉUNIONS DES MEMBRES DU SECTEUR Des réunions des membres du Secteur se tiendront au moins deux fois par an pour examiner et trouver un consensus sur les politiques à suivre, les programmes et les orientations à long terme.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • C.4. CLASSES EN LIGNE

    C.4. CLASSES EN LIGNE Lorsqu’il est impossible ou difficile dans la pratique pour un-e Co-écoutant-e d’assister à une classe, les personnes formatrices peuvent proposer aux apprenant-e-s de participer à une classe en ligne ou par téléphone.
    Published in: French Guidelines

  • Publications Addressing Racism

    Published in: Present Time

  • Planifier notre développement

    Planifier notre développement, Tim Jackins. Nous voulons davantage de gens dans nos Communautés. Mon père1 dirait qu'il faut faire plus de classes de base. Le fait d'attirer de nouvelles personnes peut dépendre de l'ancienneté de la Communauté.
    Published in: French, Teaching, Leading, Community BuildingPT 167, p. 19

  • Important RC Resources

    Important RC Resources: A New DVD: No Limits for Women and The List
    Published in: Present Time

  • No Limits DVD and Pamphlet

    Published in: Present Time

  • A Victory Against Fear

    A Victory Against Fear, by several. The forty-five of us who attended the Nairobi (Kenya) Young Adults’ Workshop in August 2015 considered it a victory—a victory against the fear of meeting and leading during war.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016

  • Photos Women's March January 2017

    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • Appreciations of Present Time

    Appreciations of Present Time, No. 176
    Published in: Present Time 176, July 2014

  • Including Gay and Bisexual Men in Men’s Work in RC

    Including Gay and Bisexual Men in Men’s Work in RC, by “David Njinsky”. Gay and Bisexual men are men. We were born male, and most of us were treated as males from the time we were born (and sometimes before), even if we didn’t feel fully male.
    Published in: Present Time 182, January 2016, Liberation71

  • Reports from No Limits in Beijing 1995

    Reports from the No Limits for Women delegation to the UN Forum on Women, at the Conference on the Status of Women in Beijing, 1995
    Published in: Foundation Nolimits -

  • Harvey Jackins

    The Upward Trend, p. 102

  • Harvey Jackins

    The Reclaiming of Power, p. 227


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