Break-Out Sessions

Are We Hearing What They're Saying? Transforming Education Through Teacher/Student Dialogues

Paul Gorski, University of Maryland, Office of Human Relations Programs

Art & Civic Dialogue: An Exchange Among Arts and Dialogue Practitioners

Andrea Assaf, Barbara Schaeffer Bacon and Pam Korza, The Animating Democracy Initiative of Americans for the Arts

Beginning, Maturing & Growing a Sustained Dialogue

Len and Libby Traubman, Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue

Bridges Across Racial Polarization?: A Model Program of Interracial Dialogue

Barbara Levin, Bridges Across Racial Polarization (FOCUS St. Louis)

Building a Movement for Dialogue, Deliberation & Democracy: Where Do We Go From Here?

Tom Atlee and Adin Rogovin, The Co-Intelligence Institute

Can Dialogue be used as a Reconciliation Tool? Avoiding One-Sided Blame and Sharing Responsibility for Community Change

David Campt,

Yvonne Haynes, Hope in the Cities

Cricket White, Hope in the Cities

Community Dialogue: Power & Pitfalls

Mary Jane Hollis, Aurora Community Study Circles

Community Dialogue Post-9/11: Sharing Our Learnings & Experiences

Laura Chasin and Maggie Herzig, The Public Conversations Project

Convening & Facilitating Dialogues to Maximize Participation of "Lesser-Heard" Voices

Susan Clark and Enrique Ramirez, Target Knowledge

Creating Conversation Caf?s Where Strangers Can Talk: Promoting & Marketing a Culture of Conversation

Michael Kerman and Susan Partnow, Conversation Caf?

Creating Safe Space for Victim-Offender Dialogue: A Restorative Justice Perspective

Phyllis Turner Lawrence, Restorative Justice Consultant

Cultural Considerations and Dialogue Facilitator Preparation: Contributions from the Diversity Field

Evelyn Boyer and Cole McGee, National MultiCultural Institute

Dance Exchange on Dialogue & Making Dance

John Borstel and Liz Lerman, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange

Developing a Dialogue-Centered Agenda for Social Change: Where Can and Should the Dialogue Movement Go?

Sandy Heierbacher, Dialogue to Action Initiative

Martha McCoy, Study Circles Resource Center

David Schoem, University of Michigan

Ximena Z??iga, University of Massachusetts

Dialogue and Deliberation in Canada: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Citizen Participation

Miriam Wyman, Practicum Limited

Sandra Zagon, Canadian Policy Research Networks

Dialogue for Action and Change: Case Studies on the Achievement Gap in Education

Nguyen Minh Chau, Maryland Vietnamese Mutual Association, Inc.

John Landesman, Study Circles Resource Center

Gwen Whiting, G. Whiting & Associates

A Dialogue on the Role of History in Inter-Ethnic Conflicts

Millicent Carvahlo, Pennsylvania Conflict Resolution & Mediation Services, Inc.

Najeeba Syeed-Miller, Asian-Pacific American Dispute Resource Center

The Difference Deliberative Dialogue Makes: The Diversity and Community Project at Franklin Pierce College

Doug Challenger, Joni Doherty and Jed Donelan, New England Center for Civic Life at Franklin Pierce College

Distinguishing Deliberation From Other Kinds of Discourse

David Ryfe, Middle Tennessee State University

Dynamic Facilitation: A New Model for Dialogue & Deliberation

DeAnna Martin, Center for Wise Democratic Processes

Rosa Zubizarreta, Co-Intelligence Institute

(En)Circling Understandings: Story Circles as Social Justice Education

Gloria Bouis and Sivagami Subbaraman, University of Maryland, Office of Human Relations Programs

Evaluating Intergroup Dialogue: What We Did and What We Learned

Christian Dorsey, Operation Understanding DC

Ellen Wayne, University of Baltimore, Center for Negotiation & Conflict Management

Evaluation of The Environmental Justice Collaborative Model

Eric Marsh, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Exploring Conflicts & Common Ground: A Critical-Dialogic Approach to Intergroup Dialogue

Craig Alimo, University of Maryland Office of Human Relations Programs

Ratnesh Nagda, University of Washington

Monita Thompson, University of Michigan

Carolyn Vasques-Scalera, George Washington University

Ximena Z??iga, University of Massachusetts

Faith-Based and Secular Approaches to Dialogue and Conflict Resolution

Chip Hauss, Search for Common Ground

Ambassador Robert Seiple, Institute for Global Engagement

From Talk to Action in Large-scale Dialogue Programs: Lessons from Community Experiences

Matt Leighninger, Democracy Workshop/Study Circles Resource Center

The Heart of Bohm's Dialogue: A 6-hour Exploration

Richard Burg, Simple Idea

Lee Nichol, Center for Creative Inquiry

How to Host a Successful Online Dialogue

Sheila Collins, NABRE and the Joint Center for Political & Economic Studies

Barry Joseph, Global Kids

Amy Ladd, Group Jazz

Jed Miller, Web Lab

Pat Scully, Study Circles Resource Center

Mike Weiksner, E The People

How Socrates Caf? Can Create a More Participatory Society

Chris Phillips, Society for Philosophical Inquiry

INTRAgroup Dialogue: Models for Single Identity Structured Interaction

Kelly Maxwell, Monita Thompson and Aaron Traxler-Ballew, University of Michigan IGRCC

The Life-Cycle of a Dialogue Group: From Birth to Action

Reena Bernards and Najat Arafat Khelil, The Dialogue Project

Linking People and Communities with Public Policy-Makers: Innovative, Community-Driven Strategies Of ?Civic Engagement? In Public Policy-Making On Behalf Of Children & Families

Ken Colling, San Diego Children's & Family Commission

Katie Howard & Michelle Vilchez, Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center

Cristina Rodriguez de la Mar, Civic Engagement Project for Children & Families

Local, National and International Projects based on the National Issues Forum Model

Jim Knauer, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania

Harris Sokoloff, University of Pennsylvania Center for School Study Councils

Managing the Being-Doing Dilemma: Is Dialogue a Tool For Action or a Way of Being Together?

Megan Buchanan Schopf, Artful Work

Laurie Shiparski, CPM Resource Center

New York City Community Building Model & International Peacemaking Model

Carlos Garcia and Grace Yun, InterRelations Collaborative

Ana Ofelia Rodriguez, Broadway Housing Communities, Committee of the Heights Inwood Homeless

Nonviolent Communication: Practical Tools to Realize the Full Potential of Dialogue

Duke Duchscherer, Center for Nonviolent Communication

Preparing for Participation: Inquiry that Supports Reflection

Sallyann Roth and Bob Stains, the Public Conversations Project

Reaching Out: Taking Conflict Resolution to the Wider Public

Eileen Dzik and Carole Frampton, Search for Common Ground

Remarketing Dialogue: The New D&D!

Amitai Etzioni, The Communitarian Network

Jed Miller, Web Lab

Elaine Shen, Television Race Initiative/Active Voice

Lars Torres, AmericaSpeaks

Miriam Wyman, Practicum Limited

Scaling Up From Small Group Dialogues: Using "Symbolic Dialogue" to Achieve Large-System Collaboration

John Spady, Forum Foundation

Society's Breakthrough! - Facilitating a Dialogue-based Society

DeAnna Martin and Jim Rough, Center for Wise Democratic Processes

Strategies & Skills for Effective Facilitator Training

John Fenner, The Center for Dialogue

Gwen Whiting, G. Whiting & Associates

Tipping the Culture: Fostering Habits of Dialogue and Collaborative Action on College Campuses

Nancy Thomas, Democracy Project, Society for Values in Higher Education

Transformative Dialogue and the Power of Appreciative Inquiry

Kenneth Gergen, Taos Institute

Mary Gergen, Penn State University

The United States: A People's Dialogue - An arts-based civic dialogue on the nature of citizenship since 9/11

Marty Pottenger, Animating Democracy

Patricia Romney Ph.D., Romney Associates, Inc.

Using Citizen Deliberative Councils to Generate Citizen Wisdom to Guide our Democracy

Tom Atlee, The Co-Intelligence Institute

Using Film to Build Dialogue to Action: How to bring in and sustain effective stakeholders and build new collaborations.

Elaine Shen, Television Race Initiative/Active Voice

Using Informal Writing to Foster Democratic Dialogue: From Small-Group Gatherings to Online Forums

Irene Papoulis, Intercollegiate E-Democracy Project

Beverly Wall, Trinity College

Walk That Talk: Beyond Our Stories About Race

Cynthia Jones and Kathleen Kane, CUNY Hostos Community College

Where Do We Go From Here? Growing the Nascent Deliberative Democracy Movement

Carolyn Lukensmeyer, AmericaSpeaks

Martha McCoy, Study Circles Resource Center

Michael Weiksner, E The People

White Privilege and Critical Pedagogy: Dialogue in the Classroom

Lauren Parker Kucera, M.A., coAction

Working with Top Management Teams and Dialogue in Britain

Rich Field, Field Enterprise Ltd.

The World Caf?: Building Collaborative Learning Communities in the Service of a Global Wisdom Society

Nancy Young, Institute of Noetic Sciences


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