Marianthy wasn't satisfied by the lack of conversation about taboo topics on her campus. So she joined a dialogue club.
Here's what I learned from silent car rides about how to invite richer conversation with my kids.
I dreaded Yom Kippur because I understood it to be an opportunity to focus primarily, if not solely, on my shortcomings.
The Kigali Genocide Memorial left me with an overwhelming sense of sadness, confusion and distress, as it raised deep questions that challenge many of my core values and beliefs.
Part 3 of "Trust and the Table" examines the negotiation process around the Iran deal within the United States...and why it's been so divisive.
Practitioners of dialogue often find themselves called in to support communities in the midst of a crisis – a public meeting that ended in a shouting match, a hate crime, even a death.
What is the prospect for meaningful dialogue in the age of trolls?
Part I of a series on the role of trust at the negotiating table with Iran.