weaving global relationships
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The Global Dialogue Lab

Changing the Way We Make Change

Join our next forum: Friday, April 7, 2017

Special Guest: Amir Ahmad Nasr

Amir Nasr, author of My Isl@m which was banned in his home country of Sudan, is a writer, speaker, entrepreneur, and, perhaps most of all, a provocative story-teller. Called “one of the most exciting and dynamic Muslim voices to come on stage for years,” Amir was one of the bloggers who catalyzed the Arab Spring. He was also a former member of the Sudanese non-violent resistance movement Girifna, and the formerly anonymous digital activist and provocative voice behind the internationally acclaimed sociopolitical blog The Sudanese Thinker.

What is the Global Dialogue Lab?

An open, participatory forum about new approaches to activism

The first Friday of each month at:

  • 11:00 am EDT-US
  • 4:00 pm in the UK
  • 17:00 Central Europe Time, and
  • 8:30 pm India Time

Via Zoom video & teleconference; sign up below to receive access info

Conspired by Elizabeth Debold, Thomas Steininger, & Bayo Akomolafe, along with a tribe of activists and change-makers who think deeply about social transformation…and you are invited, too.

When you sign up, you get access information for each monthly forum as well as access to the videos and audios from all sessions in our archive.

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Sculpting Atmospheres
A 6-month practice program
for working with emergent dialogue

Begins March 26, 2017

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