Office for Intergroup Dialogue and Civil Community
Division of Finance & Administration / Office of Academic Affairs

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"Reflection of oneself, perspective-taking and advocacy lie at the heart of IGD. These are not easy, but the rewards are tremendous. I strongly encourage anyone considering curriculum development related to IGD to do so."

Ronald Sandwina, Ph.D, IU School of Liberal Arts

IGD in the News

Indianapolis police chief, Marion County prosecutor to discuss at IUPUI events surrounding deaths of black men in Ferguson and Staten Island
Mon, 9 Feb 2015

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Richard Hite, Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry and other local officials will participate in a panel discussion at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis about events surrounding the deaths of two black men last year in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island, New York. More>>

Upcoming IGD Events

    March 2015

    This structured, 4-day intergroup dialogue (IGD) process will provide selected participants the opportunity to explore issues related to race in a safe environment where all voices can be heard in a climate of civility and respect. This evidence-based, intensive model can help improve inter-office relations for faculty and staff alike. More>>

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