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Modern Slavery: The Secret World of Trafficking of Women

Modern Slavery: The Secret World of Trafficking of Women

Network for Peace through Dialogue creates opportunities for individuals and groups to engage in constructive conversation in an atmosphere of openness and mutual respect. During the 2011-2012 period human trafficking was one issue addressed in the Network's program titled "Dialogue-Not Argument." A new educational resource on sex trafficking is now available for purchase it includes a DVD, background information and an outline for discussion. It features a passionate anti-trafficking activist Sr. Eugenia Bonetti. It is an excellent tool for opening the subject of sex-trafficking and considering actions for ending it. The purpose of this program is to: Educate and raise consciousness about sex trafficking Provide resource information Consider action steps to stop trafficking.

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Honoring Past and Present Staff Members

October 25,2012

Recognition Night 2012

The wonderful and rich work and mission of the Network for Peace through Dialogue (formally called the Center of International Learning) has always been done with energy, joy and goodness of heart by members of our staff and board. Thus this year 2012 at Recognition Night we honor all those former (and present) board and staff who have journeyed with us over the years. We are a community, a people working together to make change. As we continue to confront dehumanizing challenges, we also want to celebrate our community and accomplishments . Those who practice dialogue learn to listen to and accept others without trying to change them.

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Who Dialogues? (and when and where and how?)

Who Dialogues? (and when and where and how?)

2009. A book for classrooms, faculty committees, and community organizations where there is an interest in studying or engaging in dialogue. This publication summarizes the works for the 1st Dialogue Facilitators Networking Group, a skills-building course for dialogue professionals.

This practical yet visionary booklet belongs on the desk of every teacher, counselor, attorney, and those who specialize in dispute resolution. It highlights the skills necessary to *listen*, to dialogue *creatively*, and to achieve *community based consensus*. It demonstrates that while dialogue is essentially a two (or more) person exercise, real communication can begin with just one person who knows how to engage in "deep listening."

Joseph J. Fahey, Ph.D. Chair, Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice Professor of Religious Studies Manhattan College

I think the book begins to answer at least two important needs: to see how dialogic thinking and practices actually play out in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural contexts, and to get an inside view on the process of practitioners' reflection on their own experiences. It's written in an easily-accessible style (no academic turgidity here) and offers questions to ponder and exercises that can be used "in the field" right away

Robert R. Stains, Jr., Vice President, Public Conversations Project

Robert R. Stains reviews the book

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How Can We Address Human Trafficking?

How Can We Address Human Trafficking?

You can now download a summary of all the Network for Peace through Dialogue's work on human trafficking. Spanning over seven years of work, this report offers a comprehensive summary of six previous events where the Network for Peace through Dialogue has addressed issues related to human trafficking.

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How Can People From Different Cultures Come Together To Make Sense of Our World?

 

How Can People From Different Cultures Come Together To Make Sense of Our World?

A detailed report on the ten-day 2002 International Workshop: Neighborhood by Neighborhood: How can we build a Sustainable World?

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