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DGoldblatt is exploring the possibility of extending The Youth Dialogue Project to include five countries in Afric
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Full Name: Deborah Goldblatt
NCDD Member Since: Aug. 27, 2007
About Me: Deborah Goldblatt is a Kiwi-American, raised in Lebanon and educated in the U.K. She now lives in Berkeley, California. Professionally, her background is in the film production and publishing industries and for the last nine years she has concentrated on advocating for youth. Her work and interests have taken her into the fields of media literacy, the media and public policy, and youth and conflict resolution.
My Interest Areas: World Cafe, intergenerational dialogue, cross-cultural learning, social technologies
My Work
Organization Name: The Rockrose Institute
Title / Position: Director, The Youth Dialogue Project
Description: Deborah has recently piloted a dialogue project for youth between the ages of 18-25 from five countries: Cyprus, Denmark, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States. In preparation for Rockrose Institute’s World Forum on Justice, Religion and Conflict Resolution in 2007, the yearlong program prepared 36 youth to dialogue on some of the world’s most critical questions particularly having to do with violence in the name of justice and religion. The Youth Dialogue Project program began in November 2006 from these corners of the world, convened at the World Forum in San Francisco in February, 2007, and ended in September 2007. RockRose supports, promotes and advances nonviolent conflict resolution through education, improved communication and a deeper understanding of justice. The Institute seeks to fulfill its mission by supporting public forums for interdisciplinary dialogue and training in communication skills.
Other Organizations: The World Cafe, Bay Area Steward Facing History and Ourselves, Bay Area Chapter Search for Common Ground Public Conversations Project Angeles Arrien Foundation for Education and Cross-Cultural Research MoveOn.Org
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My Contact Info
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 650 678 2296
Website URL:
Street Address: 1700 La Loma Avenue
City: Berkeley
State/Province: CA
Zip or Country Code: 94709
NCDD Involvement
I’d like to: Make contact with anyone who has had experience with the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s dialogue programme in the last year.
NCDD 2008 Attendee: I hope to be
NCDD 2006 Attendee: Yes
NCDD 2004 Attendee: No
NCDD 2002 Attendee: No
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