serves as a resource for individuals, organizations and communities seeking sustainable relationships and solutions. We collaborate with global NGOs, civil society, and organizations interested in cultivating human capacities of listening, patience and respect to address conflict, diversity, and differences. Utilizing the science of complex systems, identity theory, neuroscience, and collaboration, we're cultivating these essential tools for peace.
It takes time, talent and togetherness
From local peacebuilding initiatives to national NGO programming, we serve as consultants, facilitators, trainers, and program designers in the development, design, and implementation of conflict transformation and peacebuilding processes for our global partners and clients.
We think of our work as Ethics in Motion
An experiential and practice based process that cultivates our capacities for listening, patience & respect as a foundation for conflict transformation & peacebuilding. We call it the Engaged Identity Practice. We think slowing down on the front end of engagement and including the cultivation of these precepts as a part of processes for development, change, leadership, and relationship can result in greater equanimity and sustainability.
Trainings are offered in lengths ranging from three days to three months. thecontactproject works with our partners and participants to provide customized workshops that address their needs. Currently, thecontactproject is working with our local partners in six Nigerian states, Katmandu, Nepal, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's School of Continuing Education. Contact us with your interests, questions or to join us.