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Africa Peace and Conflict Network

APCN is a humanitarian, charitable organization dedicated to contributing to a positive peace in Africa. It is comprised of over 150 Africanist scholars and professionals active in conflict analysis and resolution research, training, and practice. APCN is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and with the State of Florida as an independent non-profit organization, effective February 2008. APCN's work encompasses negotiations, alternative dispute resolution, and other areas related to conflict prevention and management such as development, relief, governance, policing, and law.

National Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation:

Here you'll find resources, programs, and networking opportunities for the rapidly growing community of practice dedicated to solving group and societal problems through honest talk, quality thinking and collaborative action.

Dialogue is a process that allows people, usually in small groups, to share their perspectives and experiences with one another about difficult issues we tend to just debate about or avoid entirely. Issues like racial disparities, youth violence and gay marriage.

Dialogue is not about winning an argument or coming to an agreement, but about understanding and learning. Dialogue dispels stereotypes, builds trust and enables people to be open to perspectives that are very different from their own. Dialogue can, and often does, lead to both personal and collaborative action.

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