Our Friends and Allies

One of the most important elements of the WFI's mission is the emphasis upon interconnection and community. The efforts sponsored and funded by the WFI are intended to help foster dialogue and cooperation between individuals and organizations across the country, and across the world. As a result, we are proud to list here some of our friends and allies, and we encourage you to visit their websites, and to learn more about their good works!

BoulderTalks: WFI Friend and Ally

BoulderTalks

Founded in 2015, the Department of Communication in the College of Media, Communication, and Information at the University of Colorado-Boulder established BoulderTalks as a center dedicated to fostering communities and knowledge through democratic engagement. We are guided by democratic values (such as inclusion, participation, and reciprocity) as well as reflexivity about how we communicate about cultural crises, conflicts, and challenges through democratic practices (such as debate, dialogue, deliberation, mediation, restorative justice, and performance ethnography). Visit their website.

CMM Institute: WFI Friend and Ally

CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution

The CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution, founded by Barnett Pearce and Kim Pearce, is a connector and cultivator of all things-CMM. The Institute itself represents a diverse community of individuals and groups who engage with and learn from one another through a variety of online and in-person forums. Individual scholars and practitioners, educators and thought leaders, and institutional advocates comprise the core of the Institute’s supporters, however, the Institute's programs and events are open to everyone. As the institutional home and on-going keeper of CMM’s living history, the Institute identifies people and projects that represent significant, relevant, and applicable ways to institutionalize better patterns of communication. Visit their website.
 

Center for Intercultural Dialogue: WFI Friend and Ally

Center for Intercultural Dialogue

The mission of the CID is to facilitate connections among Communication scholars studying intercultural dialogue, as well as facilitate intercultural dialogue among Communication scholars throughout the discipline, by encouraging international collaborative research, serving as a source for grants, and serving as a clearinghouse for information. Visit their website.