Rebooting Mediation: Connecting tracks, processes and people

  • Citation: Harlander, Jonathan, Sabrina Quamber, Chizitera Njoku, Eve Cheri Krassner, and Spencer McMurray. “Rebooting Mediation: Connecting Tracks, Processes and People.” The Centre for Human Dialogue, 2019.
    • Topics:
    • Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
    • Keywords:
    • Somalia
    • Venezuela
    • mediation
    • Oslo Forum
    • Africa
    • cyberspace
    • inclusion
    • trust

The Oslo Forum is widely acknowledged as the leading international network of conflict mediation practitioners. Co-hosted by the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD) and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Oslo Forum regularly convenes conflict mediators, high-level decision-makers and key peace process actors in a series of informal and discreet retreats.The Oslo Forum features an annual global event in Oslo and is complemented by regional retreats in Africa and Asia. The aim is to improve the practice of conflict mediation through facilitating open exchange and reflection across institutional and conceptual divides, providing informal networking opportunities that encourage coordination and cooperation when needed and allowing space for conflict parties to advance their negotiations.

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