Making Mediation & Peace Processes Work:
Peacemaking in Deeply Divided Societies and Challenging Contexts
About the programme
Making Mediation & Peace Processes Work: Peacemaking in Deeply Divided Societies and Challenging Conflicts is a unique three-day Advanced Professional Training designed for governments, UN agencies and missions, and national and international organisations working with mediation, negotiations, dialogue processes (from community to national and inter-party levels), peacemaking, and peace processes. The programme is intended for expert mediators and parties to mediation and negotiation processes seeking to identify measures to strengthen and improve their processes.
- Work with leading practitioners, government and conflict party leadership involved in mediation processes in complex environments from around the world.
- Develop and Design Outcomes for Enabling Resolution and Transformation of Complex Conflicts
- Enhance understanding, coordination and coherence in peacemaking in the field and between policy and practice.
- Addressing both top-level formal and informal negotiations, mediation and peace processes the program will also explore how processes can be made more effective by linking with other tracks and the work that can be done by civil society actors, donors, international agencies, national parliaments, analysts, media and other to support mediation processes and create an enabling environment for transition and resolution.
- Advance knowledge on preparation, design, development, implementation and follow-through in mediation and peace processes
- Address the links, gaps and opportunities in multi-track dialogue, mediation, peacemaking and peacebuilding
- Develop practical measures for improving practice and addressing gaps in current mediation and peacemaking practice
- Designing effective mediation, dialogue and peace processes
- Technical Aspects of Mediation & Peace Processes
- Dealing with crisis, challenge and difficulties
- Reaching Agreements & From Agreements to Implementation