Table of Contents

IMPACT: Imagining Together

The Distinct Power of Arts to Transform Conflict

Strategic Priorities and Plans

Values and Discourse Principles

Learning Exchanges

Background

People

Partners

Get Involved


Questions or ideas? Please contact IMPACT’s Project Manager Armine Avetisyan: impact@brandeis.edu.

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Artists Unite for a Green New Deal — USDAC Summer Call Series
August 8, August 22, and Sept 5

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Listen: Think Tank Discussion on the Emerging ACCT Field
Hosted by the International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC)

 


New Report- "Imagine IMPACT: An emerging strategy to strengthen the arts, culture, and conflict transformation ecosystem"

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New Partner: International Community Arts Festival (ICAF)
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Values and Discourse Principles

Since IMPACT’s inception, its leadership has recognized the importance of shared ethical principles and values.

Download the Guiding Values developed early in IMPACT’s planning process.

Ethical questions are on the minds of people throughout acct, as revealed through our multi-regional research. We recognize that they require constant attention, including within our own interactions and practices.

IMPACT is working on ethical questions by developing a discourse principles guide grounded in ethical principles of related organizations and initiatives. This guide may cover, for example, ways to:

  • Capture and embrace the positive energy in conflict
  • Offer opportunities for participants to express the full range of their identities
  • Honor different cultural conceptions of time
  • Support participants to develop ethical world-viewing skills