What Can Intercultural Problem Solving Contribute?

The Carnegie Mellon Community Think Tank adds a missing link to the process of urban change, providing a structured community-based look at what is in fact happening in the work of work — and what could happen. It creates an intercultural, interdisciplinary, and cross hierarchy dialogue that brings normally silent voices not just "to the table," but into a pragmatic search for solutions.

See Brief #1 with an overview of the think tank process.
See an overview of the strategies used to structure a community problem-solving dialogue.