Support

The Divided Community Project is Housed at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Program on Dispute Resolution.  We are grateful for our partners and supporters–including the College of Law–who have supported the Divided Community Project.

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The JAMS foundation provides significant support for the Divided Community Project.

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The Kettering Foundation partnered with the Project to support its early work, including support for the April 9, 2015 meeting and the research supporting the Project’s two reports, Key Considerations and Planning in Advance of Civil Unrest.  The Kettering Foundation also partnered with the Project to support the November 3, 2017 gathering, which led to the Project’s third report, Social Media and Divided Communities.  

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The Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation  supports the Project.

The AAA-ICDR Foundation supports the Divided Community Project’s work with pilot projects across the country and the Project’s development of a Community Preparedness and Assessment Test.

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Nextdoor supported a convening of dispute resolution experts, social media experts, civic communications officials and the Divided Community Project.

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The Ohio State University Emeritus Academy and The Ohio State University Democracy Studies Program both support the Project.