In handling difference successfully in the public realm, communities benefit from forms of conversation which avoid polarisation, demonisation and conflict.

A successful disagreement opens up the complexity of real-life situations and creates space for people to develop their position and options by better understanding people who hold opposing views and maintaining relationships with them.

Read more about our model for how to disagree successfully


Simon Keyes

Fellow in Reconciliation

Previously the Director of St Ethelburga's, Simon is Fellow in Reconciliation and leads our MA in Reconciliation in partnership with the University of Winchester. Simon can offer workshops, lectures and keynote speeches on community reconciliation, disagreement success, dialogue methodology and interfaith relations.

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