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Monday, 01 September 2014 00:00

Evgenia Lavrinenko joins mediatEUr as Intern

We welcome Evgenia Lavrinenko to mediatEUr.
On 25-27 June 2014, mediatEUr's Canan Gündüz and Antje Herrberg delivered a three-day training on peace mediation for senior officials, including members of the European External Action Service (EEAS), the European Commission, the European Parliament and Member States. 
In January 2014, Nonviolent Peaceforce awarded mediatEUr and Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID) a contract to carry out an impact evaluation of its programme in support of the Civilian Protection Component (CPC) of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB). This report is the result of such evaluation, aimed at assessing NP's lessons to date from CPC and deliberate future directions.     You can download the report here. For more information on this work, click here or contact Canan Gündüz.  
Welcome, European Institute of Peace! Last week, the European Institute of Peace was launched by nine foreign Ministers in Brussels. Its mission will be to contribute to and complement the global peace agenda of the EU. We have been long time supporters of the setting up of such an Institute, and in 2010, mediatEUr was asked by the Swedish and Finish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to design and conduct an inclusive process that would lead to the setup of the Institute; since then, our work on the project has focused on generating a business model, creating building blocks and general advisory work for the Institute.    Since January an EIP transition team is working from the offices of IDEA on…
The European Institute of Peace (site under construction) has entered a set-up process and is now recruiting for four key staff positions: Executive Director, Administration Manager, Programme Director, and Mediation Adviser.
After a year as Senior Mediation Expert for Process Design on the UN Stand-By Team of Mediation Experts, Antje Herrberg returns to her role as CEO at mediatEUr. At the UN, Antje supported peace efforts in Maldives, Mauritania, Malawi, Moldova, Turkey, and Ukraine.