We build tailored projects to support peace workers across the world. We readily deploy experts and advisory missions on mediation, process design, community engagement, conflict transformation, and monitoring and evaluation.

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Debriefing Mediators

The European Union (EU) is becoming increasingly active as a global peacemaker, supporting peace processes and also directly mediating between conflict parties in several instances. Given this commitment, it is important to create systems that can enable synthesis and management of the knowledge gained and learning from these engagements. This can further strengthen the EU’s efforts in peace mediation in other parts of the world. This debriefing and publication series forms part of mediatEUr’s work to promote good practice in EU peace mediation, by piloting innovation in learning, lesson gathering…
1 January, 2012
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Supporting a European Institute of Peace

Why a 'European Institute of Peace'? To strengthen the EU’s ability to respond to global challenges to peace, Sweden and Finland jointly launched an initiative in 2010 that advocated for the creation of a European Institute of Peace (EIP). The aim was to create capacities to better support European peacemaking around the world. This initiative was kick-started by a joint letter from the two Foreign Ministers Carl Bildt and Alexander Stubb to High Representative Catherine Ashton. What is mediatEUr’s role? MediatEUr was asked in 2010 by the Swedish and Finnish Ministries of…
11 September, 2011
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Creating Improved Capacities for International Peace Mediation

mediatEUr, in partnership with the Crisis Management Initiative, worked on a two-year project in 2011-2012 to support capacity-building for peace mediation among international organisations. mediatEUr’s work on this project focussed on EU capacity building, as well as the thematic areas of peace and justice, power sharing and accountability in international peace mediation, elections mediation, and mediation stand-by arrangements. This work was funded by the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1 January, 2011
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EU policy advice to Georgia and its strategy for engagement

This assignment, funded by the European Union’s Stability Instrument, provided policy advice on conflict transformation to the SMR on Georgia's strategy for engagement. The work included contribution to the development of an action plan, and its instruments. Dr. Antje Herrberg. was team leader for the project, with Prof. John Packer and Prof. Dr. Dr. Rainer Hofmann as the main legal experts.This project was developed together with the former EUSR for the South Caucasus.
4 January, 2010