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

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Oct 2, 2015
On September 30, 2015, Public Conversations Project founders Laura and Dick Chasin were honored by the New York State Dispute Resolution Association. The two were awarded the Andrew Thomas PeaceBuilder Award, established in 1996 to honor individuals and... READ MORE >

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Dialogue on campus
Sep 30, 2015 John Sarrouf

Conversation Starter: Dialogue on Campus

Marianthy wasn't satisfied by the lack of conversation about taboo topics on her campus. So she joined a dialogue club.

Dave Joseph, MSW | Field Manual

Public Conversations Project partnered with Interfaith Mediation Centre in Nigeria and UMass Boston to develop a "hybrid" dialogue guide to help facilitators bring together Christians and Muslims in workshops, dialogues, mediations, meetings, interventions or mentoring groups.

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