CHAT (Cultural Hearing Asking Telling)
is a program where young people build respect, understanding and appreciation for one another, across cultural divides.
Our team runs CHAT with a Christian perspective, training leaders and developing materials for young people in schools and church groups.
In the Middle East, Interserve workers run a business
that intentionally employs people from two different groups who typically avoid any meaningful interaction. This business is creating a work environment and culture to address hostility and foster respect and understanding. It also addresses inequality by providing upskilling and a livelihood for people from poor or marginalised backgrounds.