ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • The virtual conference "Harnessing the Power of Culture in Mediation, Conflict Prevention & Resolution"

    organized  by Conflux Center and partners, China Foreign Affairs University and the University of Arts in Belgrade

    took place on 17-18 January 2021 and can be viewed on the following links:

    Watch Day One

    Watch Day Two

       To stay up to date with other joint events by all three institutions visit: http://www.cultureinmediation.org

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UpComing Events

  • Virtual Training Course “EFFECTIVE WRITING & SPEAKING SKILLS FOR MULTILATERAL DIPLOMACY: Written Reporting, Public Speaking, and Speechwriting”
    15 - 19 February 2021

    The virtual course aims at strengthening the individual capacity of growth-oriented professionals working in a multilateral diplomatic professional environment, who are or aim to be in high-level roles requiring pivotal professional skills such as written reporting, public speaking, and speechwriting. Specifically, this course is designed for mid to senior level sta­ff in peacekeeping and political missions of the UN and regional organisations (AU, OSCE, EU, etc.), diplomats, those working in governments, non-governmental organisations, and academic institutions.

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  • Virtual Training Course "Conflict Resolution and Mediation - Tools, Skills, and Techniques"
    2 - 5 March 2021

    The objective of the course is to develop a deeper understanding of ways to prevent, manage and resolve conflicts, and to enhance specific knowledge and skills in conflict analysis, negotiation, facilitation and mediation, which could be successfully applied in emerging and ongoing conflict situations.

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  • Virtual Training Course “Gender Mainstreaming in Mediation”
    10 - 11 March 2021

    The objective of the course is to expand specific knowledge on gender related issues with the view to applying gender perspective in mediation processes, to deepen understanding of the role women could play in conflict prevention and conflict resolution, and enhance specific skills in gender-sensitive conflict analysis and mediation process design.

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