mediatEUr is collaborating with the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) to help draw lessons from its political party dialogue work in post-conflict contexs, in particular in Burundi and South Sudan. The project will entail debriefing the main facilitator of those dialogues; and synthesising lessons learnt from those engagements. 
Responding effectively to emerging or on-going crises requires identifying people with the right profile and expertise at the right time, and ensuring they can be where they are needed most, at short notice. This is a key challenge. Given this challenge, mediatEUr, together with partners Berghof Foundation, ESSEC-Irene, and swisspeace, is embarking on a new project to provide conflict prevention and mediation support to the European External Action Service and its partners.  
mediatEUr Senior Associate Brendan McAllister shared his experience in peace mediation in a training for the European Security and Defence College's Course on Peacebuilding delivered on the week of 21-28 June 2013.
mediatEUr delivered a three-day training on peace mediation for senior officials, including members of the European External Action Service (EEAS), the European Commission, the European Parliament and Member States between 26 and 28 June.  members Canan Gündüz and Brendan McAllister delivered a three day training on peace mediation in the EU context, together with 
On 21 May 2013, mediatEUr organised the roundtable ‘International Peace Mediation Standards? Reviewing the Field, Charting the Way Ahead’ on 21 May 2013, to review standard-setting efforts in other mediation fields, and to explore the applicability of standards in international peace mediation.
On Tuesday, 21 May 2013, mediatEUr hosted a roundtable on international mediation standards and their relation with the field of international peace mediation.