ReSync 

faith-based and ethnic community association disputes

Dispute Resolution Services, LLC

Faith-Based and Ethnic Community Association Disputes


​​ReSync is working to develop alternative methods of preventing, resolving, and educating people about inter-ethnic and inter-religious conflicts in communities and countries around the world. We work with Texas residents, associations, governments, judicial systems, schools, community leaders, religious groups, peace advocates, media, local, regional and international organizations, etc. to foster a culture of peace among ethnic and religious groups through research, education and training, expert consultation, conciliation, dialogue, mediation, and rapid response projects.

We are committed to creating a community blended with tradition and innovation through peace, irrespective of cultural, ethnic and religious differences. We strongly believe that the use of mediation and dialogue in preventing and resolving ethnic and religious conflicts is the key to creating sustainable peace.

First, the goal of faith-based mediation is that the parties become genuinely, and authentically, reconciled to one another.  Traditional methods of dispute resolution do not resolve underlying issues.  A typical attorney may go into the courtroom to do battle with the goal to "win", thus making others "lose".  While this approach is not optimal, the opposite approach - avoiding a dispute and trying to ignore the issues - also leads to long-term discontent. 

ReSync adopts as its mandate the following purposes:


  • To conduct technical, multidisciplinary and result-oriented research on ethno-religious conflicts in countries around the world; 
  • To develop alternative methods of resolving inter-ethnic and inter-religious conflicts through research, education and training, expert consultation, dialogue and mediation, and rapid response projects; 
  • To nurture and promote a dynamic synergy among diaspora associations and organizations in Texas and in the United States in general, for a proactive ethno-religious conflict resolution in countries around the world; 
  • To organize peace education programs for students in order to strengthen peaceful co-existence amidst cultural, ethnic and religious differences; 
  • To create forums for communication, dialogue, inter-ethnic and inter-religious exchanges through the use of modern technology, social media, conferences, seminars, workshops, lectures, arts, publications, sports, etc.; 
  • To organize ethno-religious mediation training programs for community leaders, religious leaders, ethnic group representatives, political parties, public officers, lawyers, security officers, physicians, health-care workers, activists, artists, business leaders, women associations, students, teachers, etc.; 
  • To promote and provide inter-community, inter-ethnic, and inter-religious mediation services in countries around the world, under unbiased, confidential, regionally cost and expeditious process; 
  • To act as a resource center for mediation practitioners, scholars and policy makers in the area of inter-ethnic, inter-religious, inter-community and inter-cultural conflict resolution; 
  • To co-ordinate the activities of and assist existing institutions concerned with ethno-religious conflict resolution in countries around the world; 
  • To provide professional and consultation services to formal and informal leadership, local, regional and international organizations, as well as other interested agencies, in the area of inter-ethnic, inter-religious, inter-community and inter-cultural conflict resolution.