Navigating news, partisanship, and politics can be confusing, frustrating, and polarizing–but it doesn’t always have to be. In this guide, learn how to slow down, break through the noise, and unrival your approach to consuming media with four simple practices.
In this interview, unRival’s Research Director Lyle Enright talks with Andy Peterson about the often unjust landscape facing filmmakers who want to tell stories about peace and justice. Andy passionately creates and advocates for new ways of sustaining documentary filmmakers, so they can continue drawing hearts and minds towards a deeper vision of belonging.
Through playing the storytelling game “The Quiet Year” with peacebuilders at the Artisans of Peace retreat, Lyle Enright discovered the importance of creativity, strategy, and play in peacebuilding.
Lyle Enright reflects on his experience at the 2023 COV&R Conference in Paris, commemorating René Girard’s 100th anniversary of birth. When theory meets action, we can see meaningful change in the world.
The world is full of beautiful visions of the peace humanity strives for. Here are just a few visions of peace from the creative peacebuilders we know.
UnRival spent the past year interviewing people working to transform conflicts around the world. This is what we learned.
Colombian peacebuilder Vera Grabe tells us about her journey from war to peace, and about the courageous leader who inspires her to this day.
Guest writer Tiffany Easthom addresses an issue close to our hearts: unrivaling nonprofit and philanthropic models to better serve peacebuilders.
How a former Colombian freedom fighter laid aside her arms and embraced peace as a path to our deepest desires.
Focusing on personal relationships and experiences can make academic gatherings exciting, inspiring, and nonrivalrous.