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MAKING MEDIATION & PEACE PROCESSES WORK:
PEACEMAKING IN DEEPLY DIVIDED SOCIETIES AND CHALLENGING CONFLICTS
4 – 6 December 2017 | London, UK
One of the world’s leading programmes for practitioners and experts working in mediation and peace processes, PATRIR’s ‘Making Mediation and Peace Processes Work’ is a hands-on in-depth dive into practical lessons and experiences of mediation and peace processes.
Participants include senior government officials and leadership, parties to negotiation and mediation processes, expert mediators, and staff of agencies, organisations, institutions and UN and inter-governmental bodies involved in facilitation and support of mediation and peace processes.
Positions are limited. Those interested are encouraged to apply now to: email@example.com
MONITORING & EVALUATION Training
7-9 December | London, UK
Participants may also enroll in the ‘Designing and Implementing Effective Monitoring & Evaluation for Peacebuilding and Peace Support Operations’ training. There is a special package price for participants who enroll in both courses.
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