Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Nature of Conflict – Peter Paul

The English language is very malleable; incongruities and nuances often baffle those whose mother tongue it is not. For instance, the words nice and silly have transposed their meanings over time. First names have changed genders – Ashley was a … Continue reading

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NACAD Brainstorming

We are excited to be gathering 16 people from four countries in Toronto on the weekend of May 13-15, 2016 to brainstorm on the NACAD proposal for a Centre for Authentic Dialogue. Bettina Clark, Yaakov Schneid and Hugh Smiley will host … Continue reading

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