- Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue
- Bruce and Lis Welch Community Dialogue
- Climate Solutions
- Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Access
- Health and Wellness
- International Relations
- Reconciliation and Decolonization
- Teaching and Learning
- Urban Sustainability
- Redefining Philanthropy
- Strengthening Democracy
- Public Participation in Decision-Making
- Dialogue and Facilitation Tools
- Event Reports
- Stories of Equity in Public Engagement
- SEMESTER IN DIALOGUE
- SFU COMMUNITY
The outcomes and impact from our public programming and signature events – all in one place.
It’s not all talk – dialogue achieves tangible impact. Our dialogues lead to concrete ideas, options and recommendations to inform decisions and support communities.
Military Sexual Violence in Canada Dialogue
This report seeks to provide a summary of the perspectives offered at the Centre’s Military Sexual Violence facilitated dialogue.
From Hate to Hope in a Digital Age
The aim of this inaugural Dialogue on Human Rights was to enhance our understanding and knowledge of how increased hate and its consequences can be addressed from legal, social media and community perspectives.
C2Uexpo 2017 is a conference exploring community-campus collaborations in research, experiential education and alliance building.
In December 2020, the Office of the Premier hired SFU’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue (the Centre) to design, deliver and facilitate a series of workshops with senior spiritual and faith leaders from across the province regarding compliance questions, concerns and recommendations in the context of the PHO’s evolving COVID-19 pandemic orders. An internal reflection on best practices and principles was created for complex projects requiring multi-stakeholder support.
On September 27 and 28, the 2018 Conference and Forum on Repairing the U.S.-NATO-Russia Relationship and Reducing the Risks of the Use of Nuclear Weapons, was convened by the Simons Foundation and Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, under the auspices of The Simons Visiting Chair on International Law and Human Security.
Report of the Conference and Forum convened by The Simons Foundation on behalf of Simon Fraser University Centre for Dialogue under the auspices of the SFU Simons Visiting Chair in International Law and Human Security.
Bee Audacious was a collaborative working conference that utilized dialogue to envision bold evidence-based ideas through which honeybees, other bees, beekeepers and pollination managers could prosper.
For more information about participating in a public dialogue, please see our upcoming events page.
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