The Public Conversations Project prevents and transforms conflicts driven by deep differences in identity, beliefs, or values.
Public Conversations Project
February 24, 2012 — Our friends at the Jewish Dialogue Group are spearheading the Deliberation Project, an initiative to promote vibrant, constructive dialogue within Jewish communities about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
December 21, 2011 — The wreath is still hanging on the door at Public Conversations headquarters. Even as December passes by in a whirlwind of lights and cookies, thoughts of giving remain with us. After all, giving doesn’t end when the ball drops. The coming year is sprinkled with birthdays, anniversaries, and Hallmark holidays of all shapes and sizes.
December 13, 2011 — If you look back throughout the history of our country, many of our grand visions and democratic ideas began with informal conversations in taverns and parlors, coffee shops and living rooms. Patriots, activists, elected officials and volunteers, these Americans talked about their passions, hopes and dreams to good effect.
University, Fearing Animal-Rights Violence, Axes Baboon Study That's the headline on Discover.com about a recent news story citing fear of controversy as the reason the University of Oklahoma is nixing an anthrax study using baboons.