We provide tailor-made and hands-on support, particularly in the fields of dialogue with multiple actors and on different levels, as well as process facilitation and joint learning.
Many Latin American societies are plagued by a mix of lingering post-war violence, new forms of social fragmentation and organised crime, and cycles of protest and repression. At times, actors on the ground – whether governments, civil society, international organisations or regional groupings – are ill-prepared to deal with these complex challenges. By applying our understanding of systemic analysis and our expertise in mediation and dialogue processes, we provide tailor-made and hands-on support to the actors involved, particularly in the fields of dialogue with multiple actors and on different levels, as well as process facilitation and joint learning.
With a clear understanding of our roles as external actors who facilitate and catalyse spaces for conflict transformation, we have been active in Central America and the Andes with a range of different engagements. This has included advising governments on conflict issues, promoting dialogue in highly conflictive contexts, facilitating inter-country exchange on psychosocial resilience, developing capacities in school communities on culture of peace, and enabling a dialogue between indigenous people, small-scale farmers-settlers and local authorities.
- Regional peacebuilding in Colombia
Our work accompanied Colombian actors in developing and implementing conflict transformation and peace efforts on different levels, and shares the lessons learnt in order to improve national policies.
Head of Unit
Analucía Partida Borrego
Elisabet Navarro Abad
Fabian González Neumann
Media and Communications Manager
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