Institute for Collaborative Engagement

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The Institute for Collaborative Engagement is an American-based internationally focused think-tank formed around the year 2000.

It uses collaborative strategies to address social and organizational problems in areas ranging from human rights and international development to conflict resolution and international relations.

The Institute founded and convenes Collaboration at Work as an international forum of professionals working to promote organizational justice; it has become widely cited as a theory-to-practice think tank on dispute resolution and ethics in organizations.

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