Constructive Third-party Intervention: Mediation, Negotiation and Dialogue
This seminar will prepare participants as practitioners to be able to both engage in (practice) and develop and design negotiation, dialogue, and mediation programs and processes for addressing situations of conflict and violence. The programme will be tailored to meet participants’ needs, responding to your contexts and the conditions in which you are working.
It will provide a rigorous introduction into core knowledge, lessons learned and practice in the field as well as applied skills for doing mediation, negotiation and dialogue. It will also address a key gap in many such programmes, focusing not only on the ‘moment’ when stakeholders are in the room, but how it manage the process overall and deal with issues, challenges and opportunities which may develop. Case studies will be selected to address issues relevant to participants’ contexts and needs and latest lessons and developments in the field.
Issues such as inclusion in mediation and peace processes are also addressed, as are key topics from strengthening local, organisational and national capacity and infrastructure for peace (I4P) to implementation of agreements and peace consolidation after agreements.
- Design and implementation of mediation, negotiation and dialogue programs and processes
- Before and after mediation and dialogue processes
- Inclusion of marginalized groups
- Participants’ case studies and response to current professional needs
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