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Eliciting change beyond your circles

Dialogue projects generally use four types of transfer models, differentiated by the type of participants and the direction of the transfer to other groups or institutions:

The Rise of Dangerous Speech in the U.S.

In these times of heightened political tension, the IMCP Hill Working Group invited experts [1] in the field of dangerous speech to help us understand the context in which our country’s political dysfunction is evolving.

Conflict Resolution in the Quran

As I conduct conflict resolution training in Muslim-majority countries, rooting my curriculum in the teachings of the Quran and the rich traditions, values and principles of Islam helps contextualize my Western framework of med

#letsfindaway

When in December of 2016 the cover page of Time Magazine labeled this country the "divided states of America,” it felt true. A harrowing 2016 U.S.

IMPACT Series: The Cost and Effectiveness of Peacebuilding Mediation

Guest speakers: Milt Lauenstein, Jessica Berns, Consultant with Jessica Berns Consulting, Michelle Breslauer, Deputy of Director of Programs, Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), Nike Carstarphen, Co-Founder of the Alliance

IMPACT Series: vertical coordination

Guest Speakers: Julian Davis, Standby Team Coordinator UN Mediation Support Unit (MSU); Canan Gunduz, Mediation Advisor European External Action Service (EEAS); and Kristian Herbolzheimer, Philippines/Colombia Program Director

Assessing the Risks of Conducting Emergency Mediations in War Zones

Faced with armed conflict and violent unrest, civilians in war zones are left vulnerable to threats of violence and great deprivations.

IMPACT Series: the person of the mediator

Guest Speaker: Dr. Christina Stenner, OSCE, Mediation Support Office

Brain Whispering: the neurosciences of mediation

Have you ever wondered what in the world is going through the mind of people in conflict as they battle things out in front of you?

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

When faced with complex conflicts, we help communities untangle the issues that need to be resolved and identify key stakeholders that should be engaged.
We improve understanding, build consensus and help people work together to resolve tough issues.
We provide customized trainings to help individuals and organizations strengthen their capacity to build consensus, promote collaboration and mitigate conflict in their community.

 

OUR FOCUS SO FAR

Training40%
Conflict Resolution57%
Analysis3%

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Recent Work

KAICIID
BMT Training
Mediation Practitioners’ Exchange
Technical Facilitation Skills for Inter-Community Dialogue Training
Consensus-building Training and Manual Development
De-Icing Government Communication
Emergency Community Mediation
Introduction to Basic Mediation
Building Resilient Communities in Conflict-Affected Countries
Inter-faith Peacebuilding Network
Transforming Conflict into Collaboration
Mediating Co-parenting Plans
Introduction to Basic Mediation

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