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    #1

    conducting workshops in it

    The following in red is confusing. And the meaning of "sections" is also confusing.

    Compassionate Communication is easy to teach, and in most sections of the community conducting workshops in it requires little formal training.

    Is this saying "in most organizations or groups of the community, conducting workshops by using Compassionate Communication strategy requires little formal training"?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: conducting workshops in it

    That's how I would understand it. It is not written very well.

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