Avoiding Armageddon
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Controversial Issues

Discussion Guide

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For Discussion Leaders

The following Web sites house a collection of resources to help connect users to organizations with discussion materials that can be used in community group settings to aid debate and dialogue on critical issues.

By the People
By the People: America in the World, aims to energize and enhance the national conversation on America's role in the world through a series of national and local broadcasts and events that demonstrate the relevance of foreign policy issues to local concerns.
Public Conversations Project
PCP promotes constructive conversations and relationships among people who have different values, worldviews, and perspectives about divisive public issues. The site contains "Constructive Conversations about Challenging Times" a resource for people who want to conduct conversations about divisive issues with neighbors, colleagues, fellow worshippers and family.
Study Circles Resource Center
The Study Circles Resource Center is dedicated to finding ways for all kinds of people to engage in dialogue and problem solving on critical social and political issues. SCRC helps communities by giving them the tools to organize productive dialogue, recruit diverse participants, find solutions, and work for action and change.
National Issues Forums
The National Issues Forums (NIF) is a network of organizations joined together by a common desire to discuss critical issues. The Web site contains the discussion guide, "Terrorism: What Should We Do Now?"
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