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El diálogo en los núcleos veredalesCaja de herramientas metodológicas para facilitadores(as) de diálogo en el marco de los Programas de Desarrollo con Enfoque Territorial (pdet)

La Caja es un conjunto de herramientas que les permite a ustedes, como personas encargadas de organizar y facilitar los espacios de participación y diálogo en el marco de los desarrollos del pdet, dimensionar e implementar su tarea, tomando en cuenta una propuesta de ruta metodológica y sus principios orientadores.

  • Year2017
  • Author(s)Agencia de Renovación del Territorio
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الحوار الوطنيدليل للممارسين

يستند هذا الدليل إلى سلسلة مندراسات الحالة المعاصرة، ويهدف إلى المساهمة في النقاش الناشئً بين حول الحوار الوطني جامعاّ الرؤى المتعمقة والخبرات منّ شتى المناطق المتنوعة. ويسعى بذلكّ إلى عرض تأمالت منهجية وطرحٍ مشورة ّ عملي ّ ة. وبالتالي فإن الدليلُ يساند الجهات ذات الصلة بالنزاعُ والممارسين )المحليين والدوليين على حد سواء( لمواجهة التحديات التي تعترضهم ولوضع التصميم األنسب لسياقهم الخاص.

  • Year2017
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Manuel de dialogue nationalGuide à l’attention des praticiens

Le présent manuel se fonde sur des études de cas contemporaines et entend contribuer au débat naissant sur le dialogue national, en rapprochant les perspectives et les expertises de diverses régions et en proposant une réflexion systématique et des orientations concrètes.

  • Year2017
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Manual de Diálogos NacionalesGuía para practicantes

La Fundación Berghof ha elaborado el presente Manual de Diálogos Nacionales en colaboración con la Fundación Suiza para la Paz. En él se plasman los resultados de un estudio pormenorizado al que han contribuido numerosas partes interesadas y académicos.

  • Year2017
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The Youth Space of Dialogue and Mediation in Myanmar

This paper is part of a broader exploratory study on the youth space of dialogue and mediation. Young people’s efforts in transforming conflict across the globe are abundant and are to some extent documented. In conflict research, however, there is a lack of reflection on the particularities of the youth approach and contribution to dialogue and mediation processes. In an attempt to offer some preliminary reflection, this paper explores the youth space of dialogue and mediation — its characteristics, dynamics, dimensions, challenges and potential — in the context of Myanmar.

  • Year2017
  • Author(s)Irena Grizelj
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Curbing ViolenceDevelopment, Application, and the Sustaining of National Capacities for Conflict Prevention

Contributing to the new World Bank’s Flagship Study "Pathways for Peace. Inclusive Approaches to Preventing Violent Conflict", this research study sheds light on and draws lessons from cases wherein specific national and related sub-national capacities for the prevention of violent political and social conflict were developed and applied by key domestic actors in internally-led processes of conflict prevention. In doing so, the research has focused on countries where complementary external support was provided through NGOs or by governments primarily under the development assistance umbrella. Hence, insights and recommendations from this research may also feed back into the Joint UNDP-DPA Programme on Building National Capacities for Conflict Prevention.

  • Year2017
  • Author(s)Hans-Joachim Giessmann, Janel B. Galvanek, Christine Seifert
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From Power Mediation to Dialogue Support?Assessing the European Union's Capabilities for Multi-Track Diplomacy

This paper presents results from the European Union Horizon 2020-funded project “Whole-of-Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding” (WOSCAP). It is one of three cross-country comparative assessments of EU capabilities for conflict prevention and peacebuilding with regards to various thematic 'clusters' of external intervention. The other two comparative studies deal with EU support for security sector reform and decentralisation reform. The empirical contents are primarily based on field research carried out by local partner organisations in Mali, Yemen, Georgia and Ukraine.

  • Year2017
  • Author(s)Karin Göldner-Ebenthal, Véronique Dudouet
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Basics of Dialogue Facilitation

This small booklet aims at providing some guidance, inspiration and practical tools for those who are engaged in the planning and facilitation of dialogue processes or who are advocating for dialogue as a means for solving conflict. Initially, the publication started out as a handout, sharing insights into setting up and conducting constructive dialogues around contentious issues specifically in contexts of violence-prone conflict.

  • Year2017
  • Author(s)Norbert Ropers
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ETA’s disarmament in the context of international DDR guidelines: Lessons learnt from an innovative Basque scenarioTransitions Series No. 12

This report presents a unique perspective on a unique experience that can inspire local and international peacebuilding practitioners in many parts of the world where armed conflicts are still raging or where peace processes are grappling with the intricacies of disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) processes.

  • Year2017
  • Author(s)Basque Permanent Social Forum
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Federal Cyprus in the Context of Regional SecuritySecurity Dialogue Project - Background Paper

The present paper seeks to examine the security aspect of a post-settlement Federal Cyprus. Among other things, the paper assesses the current external security environment of Cyprus in order to identify and prioritize certain security challenges, and analyses four security areas that may pose threats or challenges to the external relations or domestic stability of post-settlement Cyprus. It is argued that a secure and politically stable Federal Cyprus will first and foremost need a reliable political system with functioning decision-making mechanisms in order to pursue a coherent and effective foreign and security policy without crisis-producing deadlocks; the very political system will be its best “guarantor”. Lastly, targeted actions, a number of which are proposed, should be undertaken as soon as possible for the development of a federal security culture – i.e. convergence of communal interests and preferences – which will allow for joint strategic formulation and the development of a common sense of direction in the various policy areas of the federal state.

  • Year2017
  • Author(s)Emine Eminel Sülün, Zenonas Tziarras
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