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The Global Immersion Project cultivates everyday
peacemakers through immersion in global conflict.

Reintegrating peacemaking into our human vocation through
immersive learning labs, one-day intensives, and regional cohorts.



Learning Labs

Immerse with us into international and domestic conflicts.

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Cultivate Intensives

Find or host a one-day peacemaking intensive near you.

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Enter our 6-month training forum for everyday peacemaking.

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  • "Cultivate was a fantastic time for our entire team. Everyone came away alive and ready to look at what it means to contend for the work of peacemaking in their own contexts. More than a few times, learnings from that intensive have come up in other meetings. Its no overstatement to say that this is a game-changer."
  • "TGIP learning labs are game changers. TGIP graciously guided me on an immigration immersion that inspired me to forevermore live by Mother Theresa’s words, 'if we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other-that man, that woman, that child is my brother or my sister.'"
  • "Having learned first hand from peacemakers embedded in conflict, TGIP gave us tools that have allowed us to better navigate conflict and division in our neighborhood and in our relationship with one another.  We came home with tools for peace and reconciliation that have not only transformed our friendships, but our marriage."
    Todd and Jenna Rubie (2012), San Diego
  • "TGIP brought me face to face with the beauty and tension of story: I was forced to move toward & listen to people in a loving, peaceful way. As a result, I have been equipped to coach couples who find themselves in conflict to listen to, understand, and walk toward reconciliation with one another."
    Derek Rice (2012), NieuCommunities
  • "The TGIP experience taught me how to accept my own contributions to the conflicts that arise within my workplace and, as a leader, to take the initiative in reconciliation. TGIP has resourced me to navigate conflict within my organization, my family, and my neighborhood in a transformational way."
    John Hamilton (2012), Director, Camp Alta