HandbookPublications

Dialogue Guidance Handbook

Can dialogue be defined? What are the steps in a dialogue processes? What are the principles involved? We answer these and other questions in this Dialogue Guidance Handbook. This Handbook is a collection of knowledge and experience from current and former mediatEUr experts and staff, including Antje Herrberg, Juan Díaz, Canan Gündüz and Miguel Varela. It is a living document that we will update regularly, and which we hope will contribute to the development of mediation practice.
mediatEUr
22 July, 2015
HandbookPublicationsScoping and Reviews

Scoping Missions Handbook

This lessons-learned document on mediation scoping missions was developed by mediatEUr staff as a follow-up to the scoping missions developed by the organisation in the context of mediatEUr’s project to support a European Institute of Peace (EIP). It is aimed at understanding the benefits and challenges of scoping missions, a tool used to assess the potential for mediation in specific conflict contexts, the primary focus of the EIP.   The guidance paper looks into some of the key concepts for mediation scoping: what is the definition of scoping? What are the main stages? What should…
mediatEUr
1 March, 2015