Learning to Practice Peace

Health and healthy engagement with the world around us depends on fostering good in and alongside the others we encounter, even (and especially) when it is difficult, insofar as that is possible. Harvard Divinity School has just announced two January intensive skills courses for those who want to learn more: “Engaging Conflict: Reflective Structured Dialogue and the Inner Resources of the Facilitator”, led by Robert R. Stains Jr., and “Healing and Reconciling Relationships in Conflict: A Dignity Approach”, led by Dr. Donna Hicks. HDS students and fellows have priority but there may be some openings for alumni and members of the public, and the courses offer inspiring models for new courses at other institutions. Click on the image or links above to learn more about the courses and to view resources offered by the school’s Religions and the Practice of Peace Program.

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