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Stanford University’s Office for Inclusion, Belonging and Intergroup Communication (IBIC, pronounced I-B-I-C) works to build communication and understanding across difference.

Learn more about the Peer Facilitation Program and how IBIC is preparing students to lead dialogues on campus. The application to join the 2023-2024 cohort is now open! (Videographer: Shirley Yumeng He)

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Approaching Challenging Conversations

When Navigating Differences in Background, Identity and Perspectives. This resource offers suggestions for approaching conversations with others in your community across differences in background/identity, perspectives and/or experiences. These may be useful in a range of settings, including residential spaces and in class, and across both formal and informal settings.

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Request a Workshop

If your student community – your residence, organization, group, lab, etc.– is interested in creating a more inclusive environment, LINKS workshops are for you! Designed and led by our trained Peer Facilitators, LINKS workshops engage Stanford students in intergroup dialogue, experiential learning and community building. LINKS workshops are custom-tailored to fit each group’s needs

Certificate in Critical Consciousness and Anti-Oppressive Praxis (CCC&AOP)

Participants, both graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, engage in a series of workshops and journal clubs before completing a praxis project in community. 

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IBIC Newsletter

Every month, our office sends out a newsletter full of student spotlights, announcements and engagement opportunities. To see past newsletters, click on the links below. To receive our monthly newsletter in your inbox, sign up to our listserv.

Sophia Ramsey, Daniel Servando Estupinan, Erick Abioa, Ziyad Gawish and Mariane Mousa. Credit: Andrew Brodhead / newslibrary@stanford.edu