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Reconciliation Research Center - About us

Purpose:
We are a research oriented “Think Tank” comprised of persons around the globe interested in the reconciling process to overcome debilitating conflict while achieving reconciliation, reflected in restored relationships and renewed productivity.

Organization:
We are organizing as a non-profit corporation with a Board of Trustees, an Executive Committee and an Advisory Council. Administration is accomplished through an Executive Director, a Coordinator of Research, a Copy Editor, contracted technical service personnel and Volunteer Associates in academic, career and technical fields.

  1. Independent and privately funded;

  2. Not affiliated with any social, political or religious institutions, groups or societies;

  3. Inclusive in age, geographical, racial, creedal, fiscal, ideological, educational and gender participation.

Approach:
We are a research organization. The research is to be designed and implemented in four formats:

  1. Empirical (experiential) research in areas of individual and social behavior where debilitating conflict exists and where reconciliation is desirable;

  2. Identification/location (survey) research to identify existing publications, projects and programs that deal with reconciliation;

  3. Communication/evaluation research to annotate sources, create new or utilize existing dissemination methods and to make available examples of reconciliation;

  4. Probability statistical research into the relationship of objective to process (goal to action plan) in reconciling as the process (action plan), to reconciliation (goal) as the outcome-- process-to-product ratio analysis.

Location:
We exist as an office, a postal address, a website, an email address. We contract with various service corporations and receive support services from our Trustees, Advisory Council and Volunteer Associates.
 


       Reconciliation Research Center - Post Office Box 2524 Blue Ridge, Georgia 30513 
       © 2006 -- Harold C. Doster, Ph.D.