We have specialised over the years to provide tailored mediation trainings to International Institutions, States, conflict parties, and coaching to Envoys and Special Representatives.

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MediatEUr trains Belgian Diplomats in peace mediation

mediatEUr designed and delivered a one week training course for the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs destined for Belgian diplomats. The training was delivered by Prof. Dr. Lars Kirchhoff, University of Viadrina, Brendan Mc Allister, Pierre-Yves Monette, and Antje Herrberg, with expert input of Marc Otte. The one week training was the first one of its kind and enjoyed the support of the Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders.
Antje Herrberg
15 June, 2018
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Conflict Prevention and Mediation Support to the EU: Access to Expertise

Responding effectively to emerging or on-going crises requires identifying people with the right profile and expertise at the right time, and ensuring they can be where they are needed most, at short notice. This is a key challenge. Given this challenge, mediatEUr, together with partners Berghof Foundation, ESSEC-Irene, and swisspeace, is embarking on a new project to provide conflict prevention and mediation support to the European External Action Service and its partners. The objective of this 12-months project is to provide high-quality, timely and tailored external expertise and technical assistance in the areas of conflict…
12 June, 2013
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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