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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Dialogue in communities of faith
Photo via Paul Jeffrey, courtesy of UMNS
May 25, 2016 Weaver

Three Lessons About Embracing Difficult Conversations from The Methodist Church

Persisting conflict isn't an indication of failure.

RESOURCES AND FIELD MANUALS
Dave Joseph, MSW | Field Manual

This "hybrid model" of dialogue offers a faith-based approach to peacebuilding with Christians and Muslims.

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