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.
Lecture and book launch with the world-renowned author, founder of the international Charter for Compassion, TED Prize winner and recipient of SFU's 2012 Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue. 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
The SFU Centre for Dialogue engaged Vancouver citizens on the proposed Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline to better understand their concerns about the project. read more
Read the vision from new Centre for Dialogue Director, Shauna Sylvester, and how she sees the Centre for Dialogue on the world stage. read more