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Why Dialogue? from Network for Peace through Dialogue

Kathleen Kenet from Network for Peace through Dialogue asked us to let NCDDers know about their new video…

“Dialogue – A conversation with a center, not sides.”

The Network for Peace through Dialogue has released a video on the concept of dialogue and the ability of dialogue to create true understanding, positive change and stronger communities. You can watch it below or view the video on their website at www.networkforpeace.com.

Based on the principles of democracy and social justice, Network for Peace through Dialogue seeks to promote peace through dialogue. To accomplish this, the Network sponsors its Living Room Dialogues, and the Confronting Concerns & Shaping our Future Programs. Network for Peace through Dialogue (formerly the Center of International Learning) was begun in 1985 by sociologists, theologians, and educators from Germany, the Philippines and the United States united by their world view and wanting to participate in transformative change.

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