Doing Dialogue

Dialogue on public issues
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By Jessica Weaver on Apr 29, 2015

Through dialogue, Public Conversations Project fosters greater understanding between opposing sides of divisive issues, shifting attitudes and building relationships.

Dialogue every day
By Parisa Parsa, Executive Director on Apr 24, 2015

 “So shy as to appear almost affect-less” read one of the more stinging evaluations of me in the rigorous assessment of my suitability for ministry in my early 20’s.

Dialogue on public issues
By Tim Mosman on Mar 3, 2015
Dialogue at Public Conversations
By Public Conversations Associates on Mar 2, 2015

Public Conversations Project has been facilitating dialogue about pressing, heated issues for the past 25 years. We're about public conversations, though, not perfect conversations.

Dialogue around the world
By Katie Hyten on Feb 20, 2015

George Mitchell didn’t enter Northern Ireland as a peacemaker. In February of 1995, President Clinton appointed him to a trade mission, meant to last until the end of the year.

Dialogue on public issues
By Public Conversations Staff on Feb 18, 2015

For the past 25 years, Public Conversations Project has been helping people navigate deep differences in identity.

Dialogue in communities of faith
By Dave Joseph, MSW on Feb 18, 2015

In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris last month, we heard a lot of outrage about terrorism, radical Islam, and the sanctity of free speech.

Dialogue every day
By Jessica Weaver on Feb 9, 2015

I am new to the world of dialogue, but one thing has become clear already: it isn’t something you just learn once.

Dialogue at Public Conversations
By Maggie Herzig on Jan 20, 2015

At Public Conversations Project, we work with groups torn by deep divisions over issues related to different identities, beliefs and values – divisions that tear apart communities and block progres

Dialogue every day
By Jessica Weaver on Jan 20, 2015

There are some new years resolutions that I seem to make every year (often more out of habit than out of intention). You know the ones.

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