Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue uses dialogue to generate non-partisan and constructive communication around difficult topics. We partner with government, business, and community groups to explore critical issues that impact the social, economic, environmental, and cultural well-being of our communities.
This month's Lunch Poems on Sept 17 will feature Colin Browne and Catherine Owen. Lunch Poems at SFU is a unique vibrant exchange of poetic ideas held every month. read more
RISE is an open ideas competition addressing sea level rise in Metro Vancouver. Free to enter for teams of one to four people, with significant cash prizes, public voting, and an exciting exhibition day. read more
Embassy Magazine has published Dialogue Fellow Paul Meyer's response to renewed proposals for joining the US-led Ballistic Missile Defence program. read more
The New York Times has published an op-ed by Mark Winston about the decline of honeybees and the potential lessons this can teach us about human health and the potential for interactions between pharmaceuticals. In addition to being the Director of SFU’s Centre for Dialogue, Winston is a noted bee biologist and is publishing the forthcoming book, Bee Time: Lessons from the Hive, in October 2014 through Harvard University Press. read more