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.
Submit your nominations by January 15 for the 2015/16 Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue. read more
Karen Armstrong discussed perceptions about the connection between religion and violence with a wide range of news media before her Centre for Dialogue-hosted lecture at The Vancouver Playhouse. read more
Embassy Magazine has published commentary by Dialogue Fellow Paul Meyer, describing the current lack of progress developing international agreements to avoid a new arms race in cyberspace. read more
The Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences interviews Centre for Dialogue Director Shauna Sylvester on her experience that prepared her for the Director position and her role in engaging the community. read more