Jessie Hillman
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"Jessie: We held a play here last year in recognition of National Conflict Resolution Day called "Spinning Straw." The beginning included several typical conflict scenarios, then one where they go through mediation and, finally, replay all…"
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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I'm a senior getting my BA in the fall of '09.
I'd like to work/intern in Baltimore this summer. Got any leads? Know anyone who knows someone?
Also trying to make the post-college scene less of a big, daunting question mark...
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Portland, OR, USA
Austin, TX, USA
Eastern Europe
-Valea Screzi, Romania
La Esperanza, Ecuador
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
United States
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Student at Reed College majoring in Anthropology
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Conflict Resolution, Culture, Development, Education
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Communication, Research
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Theatre of the Oppressed

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At 9:37pm on March 17, 2009, Rob Schrama said…
Dear friend,

On March 21st 2009 a World Wide Hug Party will take place in clubs and galleries all over the world. We invite every city, village or town to join this initiative. Will you organise a World Wide Hug Party in your hometown?

We are all part of the collective consciousness, in which everything is connected with the universal energy. We are able to heal our planet and unite everybody in peace and tolerance. So let us demonstrate our unity, let us show our fellow-human beings that we all are One, no matter what kind of religion, race or culture we represent. We are able to love and respect each other.

In the evening of March 21st in Oceania, New Zealand and Australia people will start the Hug which will go around the world in 24 hours, the biggest chain of peace that you can imagine.

The idea is as simple as it is effective: just hug! When we hug each other we open our heart and we can feel the loving energy pounding between us. When we open our heart we unite our energy.

Be part of this event!
Be a witness of this event!

All the events will be broadcasted through the internet, to watch, to be watched, to hug and to be hugged.

On the website you get information about how to organise your own World Wide Hug Party, how to add your video stream on internet and how you can watch the other events all over the world.

Go to:

Rob Schrama:

Send this email to all your friends, so as many people as possible will attend this event!!!
At 7:16pm on February 5, 2009, Kerry Stephen said…
We held a play here last year in recognition of National Conflict Resolution Day called "Spinning Straw." The beginning included several typical conflict scenarios, then one where they go through mediation and, finally, replay all the initial scenes with the characters using various mediation techniques in the midst of their conflcts. It was a great play. I'd suggest you talk to the theater company who produced the play for research on your thesis: Good luck! -Kerry Stephen

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