Mediators Beyond Borders: It is our mission to build local skills for
peace and promote mediation worldwide. Our approach emphasizes inclusivity and cultural competency. Our multi-disciplinary
practitioners uncover and assess the many context of conflict,
including the impact of trauma on communities.
National Association for Community Mediation: In communities
around the globe, programs and volunteers share their expertise
to help others constructively engage, transform, & resolve conflict. NAFCM supports these peacemakers by aggregating their
wisdom, amplifying their voice, and advancing their critical work.
The National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) is
a network of more than 2,300 innovators who bring people
together across divides to discuss, decide, and take action
together effectively on today’s toughest issues. In a time of
extreme political partisanship and increased conflict between
religious and ethnic groups, teaching, spreading, and supporting the skills of dialogue and deliberation are vital.
One America's mission is to advance the fundamental principles
of democracy and justice through building power in immigrant
communities, in collaboration with key allies. Initially named Hate
Free Zone, the organization was founded immediately after
September 11, 2001 to address the backlash in a post 9/11 world
against immigrant communities of color, primarily Muslims,
Arab Americans, East Africans, and South Asians.
The People’s Supper: We aim to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity
differences, leading to more civil discourse. And, we do it in the
most nourishing way we know – over supper! Suppers are
a place where we can come together over one of humanity’s
most ancient and simple rituals. A place where we can share
meaningful stories, good food, and a sense of community. A
place where we can build understanding and trust.
Pluribus Project: A pervasive cultural narrative tells Americans
it is pointless to get involved in political activity because our
voices just don’t matter. Innovative strategies for telling real
stories of people coming together to effect change could help
cultivate a narrative of civic empowerment and inspire greater
participation in political life.
Soliya is an international nonprofit organization preparing the
next generation with the skills, attitudes, and commitment to
engage with difference constructively. We operate at the intersection of technology, peacebuilding, and global education to
foster local awareness and global perspectives.
The Village Square: is a non-partisan public educational forum
on matters of local, state and national importance. We are
dedicated to maintaining factual accuracy in civic and political
debate by growing civil dialog on divisive issues, and recalling
the history and principles at the foundation of our democracy.