We Need Not Be a Hero: Lessons from Artisans of Peace

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Reflecting on a recent Artisans of Peace gathering, Jason Ferenczi questions the hero narrative and discovers strength in interdependence.

Resisting Rivalry Burnout: Three Insights from Dr. Gena St. David

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Turn confrontation into constructive dialogue with three key takeaways from Lyle Enright and Dr. Gena St. David’s recent unRival Spaces discussion.

Why We Need Nonrivalrous Space Now More Than Ever

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At a time when there are such urgent needs, why does unRival focus our energy on creating nonrivalrous space for leaders? In an increasingly violent world, Jason Ferenczi explores how to support grassroots peacebuilders in the ways they need the most.

Navigating Rivalry Online: Unlearning the Ways of the Keyboard Warrior

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Do you find yourself exhausted by conflict on social media? This guide provides an nonrivalrous alternative to “keyboard warrior” conflict, offering three practices to resist rivalry online.

UnRival Your Perspective: Navigating News, Partisanship, & Your Peace of Mind

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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.

Peace is Possible: Overcoming Roadblocks to Positive Peace

Our free downloadable resource, “Peace is Possible,” summarizes years of research into the state of peacebuilding. It makes the case that community leaders have an outsized effect on peacebuilding efforts. They greatly need your support. We offer examples of how you can apply their insights to transforming conflicts in your own life.

Choosing to Speak Up

Jason Ferenczi recounts an experience where showing up imperfectly, yet authentically, nurtured a safe, nonrivalrous space for growth.