Insight Conflict Resolution Program at George Mason University
The Insight Conflict Resolution Program advances research, practice, and training in the Insight approach to conflict analysis and resolution.
The Insight approach, based on the generalized empirical method of Bernard Lonergan, is a framework for collaboratively researching, developing, and evaluating applied strategies for transforming social and cultural conflicts that divide communities, undermine human dignity, create barriers to individual opportunity, and perpetuate social and economic injustice.
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What ICRP Offers
Research and Analysis
ICRP works with communities and in the lab to perform rigorous, academic research that reveals the interior dynamics of threat and defense that perpetuate cycles of deep rooted, social conflict.
Experience to Resolution
In collaboration with Insight theorists from around the world, ICRP is at the cutting edge of developing conflict analysis and resolution method that builds on the empirical data of experience to open new horizons of possibilities for peace. Let us help you unpack intractable conflict.
The Insight Conflict Resolution Program has dedicated trainers ready to share with your organization the Insight approach framework to help you unlock the dynamics of conflict and open new horizons of possibilities for moving toward collaborative solutions for peace.
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July 24, 2015 Could Insight Policing Save Black Lives?
Take Two, of Southern California NPR, interviews ICRP Director, Megan Price, about Insight Policing in the wake of the release of Sandra Bland's arrest video.
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July 23, 2015 Could Insight Policing have saved Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray and others?
Article by ICRP Director, Megan Price, arguing that had the officer in Sandra Bland's arrest been trained to recognize conflict behavior, things might have gone differently.
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December 6, 2014 Top Montclair Leaders Assemble to Approach Positive Community Policing Practices
MONTCLAIR, NJ – Top Montclair officials took an active approach to positive community policing on Thursday night. With the recent ruling of high-profile cases in the national media (ie., Ferguson, Staten Island), in which black men have been killed by white officers, Montclair leaders have taken a proactive approach to beginning a dialogue.
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