For Practitioners

DPACE partners with conflict engagement practitioners who work in social, environmental, political and community impact spaces by supporting them with projects, creating a community of practice, and other resource and learning opportunities.

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  • Get more information about what’s happening with DPACE.
  • Find out about opportunities for learning and skill sharing.
  • Stay informed when projects arise that may need your help.

Join BUILD – A Community of Practice

BUILD Community of Practice is a monthly lab and learning space for conflict engagement professionals working on social, environmental, political, and community change efforts. Find out more HERE.

BUILD meets on the 1st Tuesdays of Every Month
12-1:30 Pacific Time / 3-4:30 Eastern Time

DPACE Practitioner Collective

DPACE Practitioner Collective is a community of conflict engagement service providers. DPACE is eager to support and promote the expertise within our network and further our mission by assisting groups, organizations, communities, and individuals who could benefit from professional conflict engagement services. 

Over the years we have received multiple requests for DPACE to provide services. While this work has been taking place with the collaborative support of DPACE, as a professionally supported fiscally sponsored 501c3 we are now in a position to further our impact and support for each other. 

It is our hope that by expanding our network of professional conflict engagement practitioners working in social, environmental, political and community impact spaces, we can broaden our reach and connect practitioners in the DPACE collective as requests for services arise.

If you are interested in exploring the possibility of becoming part of the DPACE Practitioner Collective, we ask that you fill out the information requested in THIS FORM. Please note that your interest does not imply a commitment on either your part or ours. 

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