Conference on Strategic Planning and Cross-Border Cooperation Dr. Anna-Katrin Heydenreich has been invited for an inspirational talk at the trilateral conference in December 2016, organized by the International Peace & Cooperation Centre in East Jerusalem and the Shasha Center for Strategic Studies at the Hebrew University. Palestinian and Israeli urban planners and architects were discussing existing projects and launching new initiatives pertaining to their vision of Jerusalem as an open city. With her talk, “Inventing our Future – Harnessing Tensions in Cooperation”, Anna built on the model of paradoxical collaboration she had developed in her dissertation submitted here at the Research Institute for Organizational Psychology. One dimension of that model, the convergence-divergence paradox, is elaborated in a chapter of the newly published “Guide to Discursive Organizational Psychology”, edited by Chris Steyaert, Julia Nentwich and Patrizia Hoyer. Anna will return to Jerusalem at the International Women’s Day in March 2017 in support of a conference on inclusive security and the role of Palestinian and Israeli women.