The Insight Fellowship Program helps exceptional individuals develop their own conflict management skills by working within local or international non-profits of their choice.
Each year-long Fellowship begins with a period of training and development before the fellow begins three global placements through which they share the best in conflict management theory and skills.
The community of Insight Fellows has made invaluable contributions to non-profits and the people they serve in almost 40 countries, including working with communities affected by some of the world’s most violent conflicts.Learn more
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Hargeysa, Somaliland – 11/20/08 (Part I) I am beginning this entry on November 18th, just a few hours after having completed my final facilitation in Somaliland. I am euphoric. I just finished uploading the photographs that were taken during the day and strangely enough, I have been reminded of Julia Gegenheimer. It was a photo …
Recently, my reading and discoveries has me pondering the purpose for communication. There are arguably three of them.
One of the unexpected benefits of this summer has been, hands down, the community of people within which I find myself.
My activities these past four weeks fit mainly in two categories. The first is a continuation from the month of June learning content…
This week has been filled with some pretty special days as an Insight Fellow.
I’m currently in Zurich…
Every morning on my way to the office, I pass this sign. “Entering Concord”, it reads, and every morning I am reminded that this is real.
Every Insight trainer’s dream is to walk into the presentation room to find a blue and red marker. (Ok, well this is really my dream since my workshops function sans office supplies from the Concord office) When I walked into our classroom at Aso Puente in Guatemala City, Guatemala sitting near the white board were …
The first time I saw David Seibel after I was awarded the Fellowship was at the Harvard Negotiation Project’s Mediation course at Harvard Law School. On my drive home I called my friend and said, “He told me that part of my responsibility is to cross things off my life list. Things I’ve always wanted …
In an incredible turn of events, I was connected with Peace Corp volunteers working in the northern part of Nicaragua. They lived outside of Esteli, in a small town called Pueblo Nuevo. They invited me to spend the night with their host family to learn more about what I was doing, as well as give …
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