Team & Partners
The essence of Global Dialogues is broad-based, multidisciplinary partnership. Since 1997, the project has focused on generating, maintaining and continually expanding an international network of singularly committed partners and on fostering synergies between them. Young people, and in particular those who are most vulnerable, form the heart of the Global Dialogues team. They are supported by leading specialists in a wide variety of interrelated fields, including:
- Global public health
- Empathy & compassion studies
- Youth voice; social mobilization
- Social change media; ICT4D
- Narrative inquiry and analysis
- Local and global activism
- HIV/AIDS; sexual health and rights
- Nonviolence; safeguarding children
- Diversity and related human rights
- Cinema and theatre
- Anthropology, sociology, psychology
To learn more about the people behind the project, please watch our new, 8-minute Presentation Film. And please follow us on Facebook, where we proudly introduce members of the Global Dialogues family. That family, constantly growing, is far too big for us to be able to acknowledge everyone fully and equitably on this page.
An overview of our organizational philosophy is presented in the Global Dialogues blog.
The project was founded in 1997 by the Global Dialogues Trust (GDT, UK registered charity number 1071484). Representation, expansion and international coordination of Global Dialogues, as well as fundraising/resource mobilization for the project, are the exclusive prerogative of GDT.