Monday, 23 October 2017 15:48

Training: The Art of Inclusive Mediation

Between 4 and 8 December, 2017, mediatEUr member Kathrin Quesada, together with Joachim Kersten, will provide a training on inclusive mediation to personnel of the German Police and Military, as well as civilians who may be deployed to peace operations in future.
 The two organisations will partner in September-December 2017 in an effort to produce a comprehensive map of the situation in Abidjan. The maps will support Interpeace’s programming in the region.
Wednesday, 06 July 2016 16:58

Helping dialogue happen in Andorra

  mediatEUr was recently in Andorra to facilitate the VIII High-Level Meeting of the Nizami Ganjavi International Center. The event - which brought together current and former Heads of State and Government, together with Ministers, scholars and key experts - provided a space for leading figures to discuss and debate one of the most pressing challenges facing the world: globalisation.
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 11:17

Martin Leng joins mediatEUr as intern

We are happy to welcome Martin Leng to our team in Brussels! Martin is joining us for the next six months as intern, and will be helping us with our project work and online presence. He brings his energy and knowledge to support a growing team working for peace. You can learn more about Martin and about everyone in our team here: Welcome, Martin!
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 17:35

mediatEUr is looking for an Intern

For our small but vibrant office located in central Brussels, mediatEUr is looking or an intern/young professional, preferably for a period of minimum 4 and for a maximum of 11 months. This internship will provide 1000 Euros bursary towards living expenses and will begin on the 1st of February, ideally earlier.
On 28-29 September 2015, following the results from the first meeting, the platform met to expand on some of the challenges identified in July. The meeting brought together 13 women and 10 men working with dialogues in different cities of Ukraine. With representatives from the UNDP and mediatEUr, the group dedicated the first day of work to exploring the meaning and concepts of dialogue, in a workshop facilitated by Brendan McAllister from the United Nations Standby Team.
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