From the U.S. Institute of Peace. To view the post on the USIP web site, click here.
By Viola Gienger
Egyptian Ambassador to the U.S. Mohamed M. Tawfik pledged that his interim government would increase public…Continue
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By Colette Rausch and Christina Murtaugh
It was Oct. 1, and we were midway through an 11-day visit to Libya. Our intent was to nurture the development of rule of law by guiding…Continue
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From the U.S. Institute of Peace blog The Olive Branch. To read the post on the USIP web site, click …Continue
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Hello to the folks of PCDN!
Public Conversations Project's fall workshops teach dialogue design and skillful facilitation. Workshops are now open for registration. Our workshops equip professionals with the knowledge, skills and tools for bridging differences and transforming deep conflict. Continuing Education credits are available through NBCC and MAMFT.
If you are interested, please share these opportunities with your colleagues, community and any broader networks…Continue
Added by Chloe Kanas on August 15, 2013 at 12:44pm — No Comments
To counter the alarming rise of Islamophobia, Peace X Peace launched The Connection Point initiative in January 2011 to break down stereotypes and…Continue
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Are you a woman interested in being a part of a cross-cultural dialogue? We have room for just a few more participants in our Connection Point Dialogues, which will give you the unique opportunity to engage in facilitated discussions via videoconferencing technology with a diverse group of Western, Arab and Muslim women from around…
He has now stood up at the long table, perhaps hoping that the argument can be won by positioning himself above those with whom he is supposedly vehemently disagreeing.
About what? I’m unsure, as is the normally reserved and quiet junior staff person, who has uncharacteristically burst out laughing at the scene before her.
Her and I both know that what’s being discussed has less to do with the issue at hand, and more to do with these men’s need to be on top.
Interested in being a part of a cross-cultural dialogue? We have room for more participants in our Connection Point Dialogues. Participating will give you the unique opportunity to engage in facilitated discussions via videoconferencing technology with a diverse group of Western, Arab and Muslim women from around the world. The program structure and contents will be based on a curriculum developed by Peace X Peace, to include activities and discussion on a variety of issues concerning both…Continue
Added by Yasmina Mrabet on October 4, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
This blog post was originally shared on www.interfaithyouthactivist.com, specifically for youth in high-school. But, it can be applied to younger youth as well. I'm hoping you can use these suggestions for your youth communities if you're interested in interfaith engagement.
1. Start an Interfaith Student Group in your high-school or…Continue
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August 21, 2012 — The Public Conversations Project's unique, experiential workshops equip people from all fields with knowledge, skills and tools for preventing and transforming deep conflict. This fall, we are offering a series of workshops in Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and our hometown of Boston. Whether you’re experiencing this approach for the first time or adding to your skill set as a seasoned professional, our workshops offer powerful learning…Continue
Added by Chloe Kanas on August 21, 2012 at 1:47pm — No Comments
Libby and Len Traubman
“Person-by-person, nothing replaces face-to-face relationships -- neither armies nor treaties, not intellectual analyses, diagnoses, theories, or peace education.”
"How can we have peace if we don't build relationships?" The…
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The problem with experts
As the movement was in its early stages, Occupy Wall Street played…Continue
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Skill Building Workshop Offered by UMass Boston
Facilitation of Inter-Ethnic/Sectarian Workshops in Conflict Zones, with Instructor David Steele,
offered through the Graduate Programs in Conflict Resolution at UMass Boston
June 25-28, 2012; 6:00-9:00 p.m. Cost: $200
This workshop focuses on building skill sets in facilitation and dialogue processes which can be used effectively in violence-prone…Continue
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Erik Cleven has been studying interethnic conflict throughout the world. Here's a description of his recent article. Blog post here.
Added by Dan Simon, MA, J.D. on March 16, 2012 at 12:29am — No Comments
“In general, people here consider meeting Israelis as kind of betrayal. I believed that any kind of contact or talking with Israelis was like betraying my country and ignoring the long history of suffering of my people,” said Faras, a Palestinian.
Every moment is an opportunity for change. What can…Continue
Added by Caroline Anderson on February 28, 2012 at 9:22am — No Comments
Soliya, a non-profit organization using a custom-made web-conferencing application to facilitate dialogue between students from diverse backgrounds across the globe, is now recruiting skilled volunteers to facilitate its Connect Program for Spring 2012 semester.
As always our volunteer facilitation position includes a free-of-charge online facilitation and conflict resolution training. If you are interested in facilitating during the Spring 2012 Connect Program, you…Continue
Originally posted on Search for Common Ground's blog: http://thecommongroundblog.com/2011/06/28/divvying-up-1000-hills/
As an American, it is, honestly, difficult to imagine a country where there just isn’t enough land. In many ways, Manifest Destiny (that oh so flawed theory that Americans had the right to all the land coast to coast) is nonetheless subconsciously instilled in me. Some residue of the…Continue