Individuals, families, schools, congregations, organizations, and businesses all can play critical roles in promoting a culture of constructive conflict and benefit from making their conflicts more constructive. The 9Adar Project makes this easy and effective.
- Receive our newsletters to learn the latest in events and articles in the field of constructive conflict. Subscribe now!
- Use our Tochacha Study Guide alone or in havruta (with a study partner). Schools can use this version.
- Check out our divrei Torah:
- Use one of our toolkits to get step by step instructions on how to bring constructive conflict programming into your school, synagogue/organization or campus.
- Participate in the 2017 social media campaign.
- Choose one or more of the 18 Actions that you and your family or organizations/communities will want to do. These can be watching our videos, fasting from destructive speech, organizing a community event and much more.
- Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to get ideas and inspiration as how to together we can promote a culture of more constructive conflict throughout the year.
- List your organization as promoting a culture of constructive conflict across personal, political, religious, racial, ideological divides.
- Share what you are doing. Use #9Adar on social media so that we can share and publicize your events. Email us at 9Adar@pardes.org.il with pictures, videos, summaries, and articles for us to post.
If you have comments or questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at 9Adar@pardes.org.il.