We Are Changing Our Name to “Beyond Conflict”
After 20 years of work in many different and difficult places under one long name, the Project on Justice in Times of Transition is changing its name. Starting this fall, we will be Beyond Conflict. The new name underlines the ethos we embody and express in our work: change is possible and seeing that others have moved beyond conflict to peace and reconciliation is immensely powerful.
The Project on Justice in Times of Transition assists leaders in divided societies struggling with conflict, reconciliation and societal change by facilitating direct contact with leaders who have successfully addressed similar challenges in other settings.
By mobilizing our international network of seasoned leaders and practitioners to share their experience, we put the Project’s mission into action. Our powerful methodology of shared experience is grounded in two core principles: that people can learn from each other and that people can change.
- Rose Styron Hosts Peace Talks, Lessons on Science of Fear
- Making Peace in South Africa – A Conversation with Roelf Meyer and Tim Phillips
- Newsletter - The Syrian Conflict: Acting Early to Create the Conditions for a Shared Future
- Legality vs. Legitimacy: Governing from the National Interest Perspective
- Conference Report – Neuroscience and Social Conflict: Defining New Approaches for the 21st Century
- Newsletter – On the Road to Democracy in the Arab World: Take it Slow (June 2012)
- Matt Armstrong’s Blog Post on PJTT’s Neuroscience and Social Conflict event
- Gary Slutkin’s Op-Ed on the Epidemic of Violence
- Newsletter – Rethinking Reconciliation: Using Theater to Overcome Fear and Generate Empathy (October 2011)
- New PJTT Kosovo Op-Ed: Is the Status Quo Progress?
- Newsletter – Egypt: Managing Expectations in a New Democracy (March 2011)