by Luke Reilly Identity and Culture are not only important concepts to discuss theoretically but are also vital tools for building real world solutions to conflict and division. In the OICD’s
Research Report by Dr. Andrea De Antoni (OICD Research Fellow) The research that I am currently carrying out with Tanaka Tomohiko, a professional IT expert, investigates representations and perceptions of outcastes (burakumin)
Jessica Hodder, OICD’s artist-in-residence, led the organization’s first theatre workshop this past Tuesday, July 16 at Doshisha University. Using techniques from Theatre of the Oppressed, Playback Theatre, and other dramatic methods,
Every month identity insight features an article outling the work of a key member of the OICD. This month Ellen Kaplan, chair of Theatre, professor of acting and directing at
As part of the OICD's commitment to developing a range of scaled programs to mediate violent and non-violent conflict, OICD Applied Projects Director Mr. Tim Crosland, and OICD Director Dr.