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Meaningful Dialogue: Having Conversations on Critical Issues

3 March 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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A JCRC Community Conversation
Meaningful Dialogue: Having Conversations on Critical Issues

The University of Dayton launched its Dialogue Zone in 2019 as a physical space in which students, faculty, and staff can come together for dialogue on timely subjects. UD’s Human Rights Center partners with the Dialogue Zone on many events, while also hosting a Flyer Forum series as part of its Endowment for Education in Non-Violence.

Both the Dialogue Zone and the Human Rights Center understand dialogue as “a communicative process in which people with different perspectives seek understanding.” To be “in dialogue” is to ask participants to engage with each other in a respectful manner, to invite different views and strive to achieve a degree of mutual understanding.

Are you interested in taking part in a dialogue with the Jewish Community Relations Council? Or, do you want to learn how this dialogue can be used to strengthen communities? Join Paul Morrow, PhD of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center for this JCRC Community Conversation on dialogue principles and practices.

This program is in partnership with the University of Dayton Human Rights Center

About the speaker

Paul Morrow, PhD is the John Meagher Human Rights Fellow at the University of Dayton. He has previously held fellowships at the University of Virginia, Vanderbilt University, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. His book Unconscionable Crimes: How Norms Explain and Constrain Mass Atrocities, was published by MIT Press in 2020.

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