"Come, my friends. 'Tis not too late to seek a newer world." Tennyson

Our OMNIA Institute Partners are the life-blood of our work. They recognize that the pace of human progress is measured not in headlines but in heartbeats.  

 interfaith leaders at an imPACT training event in Norther Nigeria

interfaith leaders at an imPACT training event in Norther Nigeria

We created OMNIA Institute Partnerships for those who share our belief that change happens incrementally - in the quiet moments of understanding when new ideas cause shackles of old thinking to fall away; when the earnest quest for peace transcends shopworn traditions.  

OMNIA Institute Partners believe in our mission and sustain its work through their financial commitments.

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TheOMNIA Institute confronts some of the most intractable international and social problems of our time - conflicts deeply rooted in ancient history, religion, nationalism, terrorism, global political intrigue, the struggle for social justice, and human rights. Our unique method of contextual learning offers people of diverse - and sometimes profound - differences to come together to seek new ways of living and working together peacefully and productively. 

We have invested more than 40 years refining our approach, perfecting our process, and forging our partnerships. As in all relationships, progress requires time, commitment, and resources. Like one who plants a tree, we are preparing leaders to establish a new season of peace for a time they may not see.  It takes time.  But what could matter more?  

If you believe a newer world is not only possible, but probable, we invite you to become an OMNIA Institute Partner. Already we are seeing the fruits of our efforts in terror-torn Nigeria, in Chicago, and in Bangladesh.  But it's only the beginning. Choose the initiative that moves you and commit with us to changing the world.  

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"The great French Marshall Lyautey once asked his gardener to plant a tree. The gardener objected that the tree was slow growing and would not reach maturity for 100 years. The Marshall replied, 'In that case, there is no time to lose. Plant it this afternoon.'"  JFK