Vanessa Aufiero da Rocha
10.30 am - 12.30 am
14.30 pm - 16.30 pm
12.00 am - 13.00 pm
Vanessa Aufiero da Rocha
- Judge of Right Holder of the 2nd Family Court and Successions of the District of São Vicente.
- Coordinator of the São Vicente Judicial Center for Conflict Resolution and Citizenship.
- Trained in Mediation by the New York Center for Interpersonal Development / NYCID – Staten Island – NY – USA.
- Creator, Organizer and Instructor of Parenting and Divorce Workshops with the National Council of Justice.
- Postgraduate in Mediation and Systemic Interventions by PUC-SP – BRASIL.
- Postgraduate in Systemic Law.
SYSTEMIC JUSTICE: TRANSFORMING CONFLICTS, RELATIONSHIPS AND LIVES.
The vision of justice as a mere enforcer of the law has not been able to answer the most essential problems of humanity, especially in this postmodern scenario, which witnesses so many paradigmatic changes in the way of perceiving the world. What then would the role of Justice be? Justice is not only an enforcer of the law, but also an important protagonist of the culture of peace, which sees conflict as an opportunity for qualitative transmutation of human relations. And as such, it breaks standards and develops creative ways for the propagation of peace, including using other knowledge, such as Bert Hellinger’s systemic thinking and Philosophy, which allow him to broaden his view of conflict, to perceive systemic dynamics hidden and other factors that generate it, and approach it with a transformative bias to the detriment of a merely retrospective bias. In doing so, justice inspires and encourages people to develop self-knowledge and to act with self-responsibility, respect, empathy and collaboration, realizes its primary objective and places itself at the service of peace and human evolution.
NEW SYSTEMIC PARADIGMS IN CONFLICT MANAGEMENT: IT IS NECESSARY TO INTERNALIZE TO IRRADIATE.
Nobody can give what they don’t have. Therefore, in order to properly manage the conflict of others, it is necessary to improve self-knowledge and internal resources. Through exercises and systemic experiences, this workshop aims to invite students to reflect on the systemic laws that move each one in their decisions and behaviors for a better understanding of themselves and the other; the need to broaden the view of the conflict, realizing the hidden systemic dynamics that generate it and approaching it with a transformative bias to the detriment of a merely retrospective bias; the need to act with systemic empathy in conflict management; the need to expand the potential for new forms of knowledge and work. Thus, the workshop aims to nurture a new model of Justice, which addresses conflict in a systemic and interdisciplinary way, leading students to a new legal consciousness, based on the teachings of Bert Hellinger and on systemic thinking, awakening them to a transformation personal and professional.
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