Tanenbaum strives to promote mutual respect with practical programs designed to bridge religious difference and combat prejudice in schools, workplaces, health care settings and areas of armed conflict. Learn more about their professional development, skills building and educational offerings:
Practical solutions to end workplace bullying and discrimination.
Training for doctors and nurses to aid understanding of the ways cultural competence and recognition of religion-based health decisions result in better patient-centered care.
Tools designed to help eliminate bullying and malice within schools. Many resources are aligned with Common Core Standards.
A network of men and women pursuing peace in areas of armed conflict by conducing on-the-ground interventions in violent conflicts, collaboration, and mutual support in times of need.
The scholarly arm of Tanebaum which informs practical programs through research, analysis and dialog.
Considered by many as a universal ethical principle, the Golden Rule is not just a moral ideal for relationships between people, but also for relationships among nations, cultures, races, sexes, economies and religions, and is well suited to be a standard to which different cultures could appeal in resolving conflicts.
The Golden Rule remains the most common method to resolve ethical dilemmas. More often, however, the Golden Rule is the implicit ethic that underlies and supports codes of good business conduct and responsible consumption.