Peace talks.

Mediation works. 

Dialogue changes.             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peace talks. 

Mediation works. 

Dialogue changes.

Welcome to mediatEUr

We are a novel venture in international peace mediation.

mediatEUr brings together a network of qualified mediators and thematic experts to support peace processes in countries affected or threatened by conflict. We work with conflict parties, peace practitioners, policymakers and organisations active in conflict resolution, peacemaking and peace building.

 

mediatEUr works to promote the use of mediation and dialogue as effective and constructive methods for resolving conflicts. We do this through direct mediation and facilitation; providing advice to conflict resolution efforts; and capacity-building for individuals and organisations.

 

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Blog

Blog Archive
When I first started working on dialogue in Ukraine, I sat down with two think-tankers from Kyiv. It was back in 2014, when the war in the East was fresh and European media was reporting on it on the daily. They walked me through the many conflicts they saw in their country, from corruption to a Soviet heritage of authoritarian…
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When I recently interviewed several experts on stabilisation approaches for a research project mediatEUr was requested to carry out for the EEAS, one definition of the term stuck with me for a very long time: “Stabilisaton is about people regaining harmony; it is about societies being able to reorganise their lives together”.
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Can we mediate a peace process with(out) land? Last year, I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Initiatives for Change retreat on Land, Lives and Peace in Caux, Switzerland. A seemingly unlikely choice for me, but since I was involved in the Aceh peace process, the nexus between land and conflict was something of interest to me. Side by side with botanists, scientists and UN bureaucrats…
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