IMPACT Series: the person of the mediator

Guest Speaker: Dr. Christina Stenner, OSCE, Mediation Support Office

Brain Whispering: the neurosciences of mediation

Have you ever wondered what in the world is going through the mind of people in conflict as they battle things out in front of you?

The Cost of Humanitarian Access to Civilians

While international NGOs working in conflict zones provide lifesaving emergency services in sometimes highly volatile contexts, beneficiaries yearn

Strengthening Resilience

In fragile and conflict-affected countries, civil strife pins communities against each other as spoilers manipulate existing tensions, deepening fault lines and fracturing relationships.

Testing New Waters in Environmental Peacebuilding

Taking the time to understand the field is an important first step to take as an organization explores broadening the scope of its work.

Mediating the Aftermath of War

Central African Republic

Religious Dimensions in Conflict

Religion as a unified system of beliefs and practices, is a worldview that incorporates a moral compulsion for action and meaning-making with respe

Culture and Mediation Process Design

Culture binds its members to a range of acceptable norms.


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