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     Washington State University Human Relations and Educational Services' purpose is to work in partnership with individuals and organizations to build the capacity for effective and diverse communities.

HRES Philosophy:

  • Communities of difference can be built from the recognition and inclusion of human differences and similarities.
  • Personal and collective responsibility is a requirement for effective human relations.
  • Effective human relations requires flexibility, a variety of options, adaptation to change and multiple processes.
  • Conflict and human differences have positive value in everyday experiences.
  • Destructive human interactions can be prevented.
  • Effective communication is fundamental to effective human relations.
  • Mutual respect is a requirement for working with differences and finding commonalties when addressing conflict and human differences.
  • Individual and institutional learning and change is a lifelong process. Confidentiality and safety is a requirement for addressing issues.
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