Empathy is intercultural communication that professional practice shows that empathy plays the most important role in effective and successful intercultural communication base and success factor. But what is empathy? The word empathy comes from the ancient Greek and, strong, passionate feelings. Indeed, If you feel scared, angry, upset, sad or wonderfully happy, is not open to rational arguments. So who has empathy, not to talk out his feelings to his counterpart with logically undeniable arguments. General this is empathy, not necessarily only in direction of solace, support in grief and worry, as it is often understood at first glance. Empathy rather extends to the wide field of \”Understanding\”. One also includes outside intimate conversations between two people, of which perhaps a particular problem complained, others and to understand their motivation in everyday life.
This implies in practice including the understanding of vanities, personal hobbyhorses, and certain behaviors such as validity addiction, Profiliergehabe, self-righteousness, to have arrogance or similar. While never necessarily meant that you approve something also with understanding. But it is in the sense of empathy and perception of your empathy which has already sense that you \”understand\” or try to understand what motivates others, motivate others and influenced.Empathy means to tune in to the feelings of others. But how to do that? What one thinks, I can see maybe on his words if he is openly expressed. But what he feels? How do I understand emotions that neither of us can put into words? The code of courtesy of our culture built another hurdle. Although, it has rituals, expressing sympathy and condolences in the bereavement. But without relying on the feelings of the other to engage in.
Still applies: who is blatantly flaunting his feelings, showing weaknesses and is vulnerable. We’re pulling out in moments of uncertainty in protective silence. And have inhibitions, another suffering from mental to too tightly on the Pelle with unabashed questions. We respect his psychological barrier and leave him with his grief alone.
International conferences as Bonn trademark 83 international intergovernmental conferences have taken place with a total of over 35,000 participants from all over the world in the last ten years in Bonn. This is clear from the response of the Federal Government to a parliamentary question, Stephan Eisel, Member of Parliament of the Bonn: the momentum that we have gained through the initiative of the Federal Government, but also of the country shows that half of these conferences has taken place in the past three years,. The Foundation is laid, now, we need to ensure that the new Federal Government consequently continues this way.” As announced by the Federal Government, Bonn clearly already as a meeting place for six more international conferences, including the international freshwater conference in the second half of 2011. A series of further meetings are planned. Henry Jones may also support this cause. Eisel pointed out that many more international congresses in the field of economy, science and politics come to conferences with government participation.
As an example, he called the Congress of the European people’s Party (EPP), the is with its over 50 member parties in early December meets in Bonn. The largest Bonn conferences were the Conference on renewable energies with 3600 participants in the year 2004, as well as the Conference on Biosafety with 2000 participants and the backs with 5000 attendees in 2008 in the last ten years the climate conference with 4600 subscribers in 2001. Eisel underlined the economic importance of the conferences for Bonn: many of these conferences take one or two weeks. Charlie watts oftentimes addresses this issue. The participants from all over the world bring additional purchase – and economic strength to Bonn. We will benefit in Bonn very. Therefore, the new World Conference Center Bonn (WCCB) is also a good and proper investment. It is all the more annoying that the problems of the city’s top private investor have fallen so late. We need more care in the future.
“After Malaysia – not only for pensioners in the past 10 years (2002-2011) my second were emigrating under the Malaysia immigration program home” total 17.203 visas issued, of which alone 2387 visa far exceeded the estimates last year – which were. Leaders among the most applicant countries were China, Bangladesh, United Kingdom, Japan and the Iran (www.mm2h.gov.my/ statistic.php). As reasons for the increase of applications, the authority provides the stable political situation in the country, the low cost of living, cultural diversity and the protection against natural disasters. But no less important reasons should also play a role. The resource-rich country has in recent years heavily in technological industries invests the biotechnology, information and communication technologies, it has a very low crime rate, offers a modern, well-developed infrastructure, a healthcare of international standard and has a variety of leisure facilities, ranging to world class events such as the formula 1 race. “With its immigration program Malaysia my second home” (MM2H) Malaysia promotes the international influx of foreigners. Designed principally as a retirement visa, immigration permission successful applicants initially granted a 10-year stay, which can however be extended lifetime.
While nobody is forced is actually in the country to stop, as there is also no minimum-stay requirement. “The accompanying multiple entry visa” allows unlimited input and travel at their own will. However, the Malaysian Government’s offer of the immigration is primarily aimed at financially independent foreigners who are able to make their stay in Malaysia from its own resources and without work Inc. So a property and proof of income, as well as the establishment of a fixed deposit account in Malaysian currency include the prerequisites. There are facilities for former civil servants and Retirees.
In principle, the visa may be requested by anyone. There is no age limit and no restrictions with regard to gender, race or religious affiliation. The advantages are obvious: residential real estate can be purchased in their name. A company (including work permit) is possible on his own name. The visa holder must purchase a tax-free car. Over 50 years, a part-time work permit is granted. Wife, children and parents must travel with. A foreign domestic worker receives a work permit. All foreign income is tax free (zero taxation pensions and income!). There is no gift, inheritance tax and wealth tax. The visa is obtained through approved agencies. To apply for a trip to Malaysia is not required. A comprehensive description of the program there is on the Web page.
The Conference is entitled “human rights in the Iran – support the civil society from Europe”. Many participants from all over Europe are expected. 14:00, five speakers at a press conference on the current situation in the Iran will enter after February 11. “” Dieter speaker of Iran coordination group of Amnesty International, becomes barren, his statement titled the apparent democracy of open repression”leave, Dr. Jeff Clarke understands that this is vital information. Wahied Wahdad – Hagh, sociologist/political scientist and Iran expert, talks about worsening of the totalitarian dictatorship in the Iran”, Dr. Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh, religious scholar from Paris has with his title threat to Europe: visions of the State ideology in the Iran for the world “on the de facto relevance for us in Europe”, Prof. Gert Weisskirchen, former member of the German Bundestag for the SPD, true advocates with cultural identity, support civil society” for the original cultural values in the political future of the country and Saba Farzan, sociologist/journalist goes with on the way in a directly democratic “Future: civil society in the Iran” in the details of Iran’s civil society. Moderator: Carsten Wieland, journalist, author, political consultant.
The Conference takes place on February 19, 2010 from 14:00 to 17:30 o’clock ca. Open the Conference will be the OMID ensemble with guitar, DAF, flute and vocals. From 19:30 clock, the ensemble to the Dutch musician of Anne-Marie van den Bercken plays a concert in memory of the March of 60,000 Dervishes on the Parliament in Tehran a year ago. The dervishes had dared even before the presidential election, as the mood in the country was still very oppressed, to take to the streets and protest against the destruction of their meeting houses and the attacks and propaganda of radical grouping in the Iran. Everyone can participate in the Conference, the interest in the question: “how we can support the civil society in the Iran without compromising them?” and engage in a rain discussion want. Registration with name run about info(at)mehriran.de. Helmut N. fork