The Polarization Report Is Out


Zaad Al-khair

Lessons from Jordan: How Deep Breath Can Be Helpful for Mental Health

Life at Za’atri Refugee Camp—my home in Jordan—has changed dramatically due to the coronavirus. Before the pandemic, the dirt roads were filled with...
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Karen Bernstein, Program Lead

Decoding Dehumanization Policy Brief: 3 Key Takeaways

A New Approach to Target Dehumanization Over the last five years, Beyond Conflict and its scientific partners have...
Tim Phillips

Beyond Conflict at Summit LA18

Beyond Conflict was honored to be featured for a third year in a row at the Summit Annual conference in Los Angeles...
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Beyond Conflict’s Lead Scientist Emile Bruneau discusses Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting on NPR’s WHYY

Beyond Conflict’s Lead Scientist Emile Bruneau joined Christian Picciolini, a former Neo-Nazi who now works to co...
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Tim Phillips joins iHeart radio and 23andme for Peace Day pop-up episode of the podcast Spit

Tim Phillips, Beyond Conflict’s founder and CEO, joined iHeartRadio on-air personality and entertainer Bobby Bon...
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Justin Dangel, Jeff Rosenthal and Kevin Vilkin Join Beyond Conflict Board of Directors

Beyond Conflict is pleased to announce the appointment of Justin Dangel, Jeff Rosenthal and Kevin Vilkin to serve o...
Andrew Hanauer

We are the 100%

by Andrew Hanauer In a fascinating article in The Atlantic, Matthew Stewart writes about “The 9.9%,” whi...
Brian Resnick

All Muslims Are Often Blamed for Single Acts of Terror. Psychology Explains How to Stop It.

You can’t fight prejudice with name calling. Here’s one strategy that actually works. By Brian Resnick On W...
Brian Resnick

The Dark Psychology of Dehumanization, Explained

As anti-Muslim rhetoric increases under Trump, more Americans are seeing Muslims as less than human. By Brian Re...
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