Does Government Represent Us?
The Dialogue and Difference Project’s next event will be on the topic of government representation. Come share your voice and talk about subjects including political agency, bi-partisanship, voting and the electoral college, privilege, and political ethicacy in the United States. Who creates change, and who has the power to participate? In lieu of the 2016 Presidential race, do you feel that your political party represents your voice?
Food and Beverages will be provided at the event. Facilitation training will be offered prior to the event at 6:45 pm in Research Hall.
Perceptions of Guns
Join the Dialogue and Difference Project on St. Patricks day for a discussion about guns in America. What is your perception of guns as it pertains to security, regulation and policy, military, and politics? What is the role of guns in the United States, and how does it influence your personal freedoms, security and tradition? Feel free to wear green and bring your own voice to this dialogue!
We are in need of dialogue facilitators! If you are interested in leading round-table discussion, please arrive for facilitation training at Research Hall 163 at 6:45 pm prior to the event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning to facilitate.
Pizza, refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Islamophobia: Targeted Identities
Join us in engaging dialogue about how Islamophobia has targeted American and international Muslim identities. Lets exchange voices, ideas, and experiences about the meanings and manifestations of Islamophobia.
Tuesday, February 16
7:30 pm – 9 pm
Research Hall 163
Facilitation Training will be held prior to the event starting at 6:45pm
Dialogue and Difference Project, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University and University Life are hosting an event.
Tuesday, January 19, 5pm-7pm
Arlington Founders Hall, Room 126
Dialogue and Difference Project is partnering with University Life, and Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies
Wednesday, January 20, 6pm-8pm
Arlington Founders Hall Auditorium, Room 134
Dialogue and Difference is proud to co-sponsor
The Faces Of Human Trafficking