Creating Hope Together: What is the Role of Dialogue?
True to the name of our series, the eighth Dialogue Nights event, held Friday, October 19, focused on genuine, transformative dialogue. Throughout the evening, more than thirty Boston-area students and young professionals engaged in dialogues ranging from one-on-one conversations to a collaborative group activity. Together, they discussed the differences between alienating conversations and value-creating, hopeful ones.
Read about their key takeaways in our detailed write-up on the event.
You can also check out more photos on our facebook page.
Our 14th Annual Ikeda Forum, this year on the topic of human rights, will feature accomplished scholars Elora Chowdhury (UMASS Boston), Catia Confortini (Wellesley College), and Jason Goulah (DePaul University). The evening will open with a moderated discussion during which we will examine human rights and human rights culture, including its complexities and challenges. The panel will be followed by a youth-led whole group dialogue session on how we can practice human rights in our daily lives.
Please join us for this very special forum titled:
How Do We Practice Human Rights?
A dialogue on dignity and justice in daily life
Date: Friday, November 30
Free and open to the public