Work together for social change
Intergroup dialogues involve structured, sustained, face-to-face meetings of individuals representing two or more social identity groups who have a history of conflict or potential conflict. They are intended to foster increased understanding of commonalities and differences between and among groups, develop dialogue skills to better communicate and work through conflicts, and form alliances and empower groups and individuals to take collective action for social change.
The Office of Conflict Resolution and Dialogue Programs (CRDP) partners with others to plan and co-facilitate dialogue processes that support faculty, staff, students, and community partners to develop intercultural understanding and the capacity to engage meaningfully in difficult conversations on issues of social identity, equity and inclusion.
To receive notice of intergroup dialogue opportunities and other programs and events, email firstname.lastname@example.org.