Intergroup Relations



The IGD Institute

The National Intergroup Dialogue Institute (IGD Institute) is an annual opportunity for higher education professionals (faculty and staff) to learn the philosophy and model of IGR for the purposes of creating dialogue programs on their home campuses. This year The IGD Institute is scheduled for June 13-16, 2022, virtually.

Join us in learning about intergroup dialogue and how you might use it at your institution!


Anti-oppression Statement from IGR

The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR) stands for the liberation of all people. We believe that none of us are free until all of us are free. IGR opposes all forms of oppression that result in the marginalization, exploitation, subjugation, violence and all forms of dehumanization against others on the basis of social identity, social group membership and positionality. IGR promotes social justice and the pursuit of “solutionary solutions” that “do the most good and the least harm for people, animals and the environment” (IHE 2008).


Former IGR facilitator on learning about race and student safety

Chaddrick James-Gallaway discusses school rules and critical race theory in K-12 education in an essay penned for ‘Thursday Thoughts,’ a series from the Office of Community College Research and Leadership at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Portrait of Chaddrick James-Gallaway

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