THE BERLIN MOOT – A conference pioneering new approaches to peace: 17-18 April in Berlin

THE BERLIN MOOT: A peace conference on 17-18 April

EVENT

How can we successfully engage in dialogue to transform conflict?

Communication for peaceful coexistence

Dialogue is a tool that can be used to promote peace as well as to resolve conflicts in everyday life. Dialogue is a tool that can be used to promote peace as well as to resolve conflicts in everyday life. Photo © Unsplash.com / Beth Macdonald

Learn from our experts how to successfully engage in dialogues to solve or avoid conflicts in everyday life


 

Being able to engage in dialogue with others is an important tool for peacefully resolving conflicts at every level: political, societal, and personal. The ability to interact respectfully with other people despite different backgrounds, beliefs, and opinions is essential for peaceful coexistence. However, to successfully engage in dialogue, there must be a willingness to openly engage with others and to consider their perspective.

This event introduces dialogue as a tool that can be used to foster peace. It presents active listening and mutual understanding as methodological approaches that can enable the transformation of conflict into mutual understanding in everyday life.

After our interactive presentation, you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas with our colleagues and learn more about our work. Finger food and drinks will be provided.


How can we successfully engage in dialogue to transform conflict?
Communication for peaceful coexistence

Thursday, 20 April 2023
16:30- 18:00 CEST
(ics, ical)

Berghof Foundation, Lindenstr. 34, 10969 Berlin

The event will take place in German.

 

 


Our trainers:

The event will be moderated by Amelie Gätjen, Junior Strategic Partnerships Manager.

Our event is part of the "Berliner Stiftungswoche", a week-long series of events that highlights the commitment of Berlin-based foundations.

 


Media contact

Florian Lüdtke
Media and Communications Manager
+49 (0) 177 7052758
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