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  1. Snjezana Nisevic: Healing the Trauma

    Snjezana Nisevic, is director of The Art of Living programs in Kosovo and Albania. The Kosovo area of the Balkans has been the scene of conflict many times in the last millennium, most notably the Kosovo War in 1998-1999. The Art of Living has carried out ...
  2. Shabari: Educating first generation learners

    The beautiful villages in the North East of India have been ravaged by many challenges, due to lack of infrastructure, inappropriate development, and militancy. Shabari created a revolution in education in the North East, through the creation and sustenan ...
  3. Katrien

    Katrien has dedicated her time to teaching inmates around the world. The techniques taught on the Prison Program have transformed the lives of many, bringing new hope and new life. She shares: "In my first Prison Program in Belgium, now more than one ...
  4. Dafna

    Dafna Paz, Katrien Hertog, and Nouran Gergues, all teachers of The Art of Living, have been conducting trauma relief courses as well as gathering and delivering relief materials in Israel and Palestine. During the civil war in Lebanon in 2006, Dafna co-or ...
  5. Mawahib: Working towards a better Iraq

    The Art of Living began its work in Iraq in 2003 with a focus on bringing relief and peace to people affected by the war. Several teachers from around the world were sent to Iraq in the face of ongoing bombings to conduct trauma care workshops, provide re ...
  6. Deepali Patel- Uniting warring tribes

    Deepali Patel started the first Art of Living programs in the Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, and Senegal. The Youth Leadership Training Programs and the 5H programs she has taught have helped build inroads towards sustainable development and harmony ...
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