Public Conversations Project fosters constructive dialogue where conflicts are driven by differences in identity, beliefs, and values.

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Apr 29, 2016
Although we will miss 46 and 51 Kondazian Street, where Public Conversations Project grew from a fledgling initiative to a fully staffed organization, we are excited to make many memories in our new home in Cambridge. Unfortunately 46 Kondazian in... READ MORE

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Around political differences, don’t try to “win the argument” https://t.co/zgoM2RuRzL https://t.co/0yLDz85cdt
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How to achieve fewer, more meaningful meetings 9/20 Art of Meeting Design https://t.co/tmo13hqN0C
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What does “resiliency” really mean? We believe it’s also relational & community-focused https://t.co/vTuC932K26
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on how enemies can live together after a peace treaty’s signed https://t.co/irgf6OdFEa
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This "hybrid model" of dialogue offers a faith-based approach to peacebuilding with Christians and Muslims.

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