On the second day, facilitated by Antje Herrberg, Alex Azarov and Miguel Varela, participants discussed conflict issues affecting Ukraine, and the relevance of dialogue practice in addressing them. They also explored ideas on how to maximise the results of dialogue with limited resources and the challenges of participation when designing a dialogue process.
This report summarises the main findings and recommendations from the two days of work, focused on the ‘core’ of dialogue and its implications for work on resolving some of Ukraine’s most pressing challenges. They are also available in an interactive Debategraph visualisation accessible at www.dialoguesupport.org/debategraph.
A geographical map of dialogue initiatives in Ukraine is also being continually refined and is available at www.dialoguesupport.org/map.
Cick here to visit the Dialogue Support Platform site and download the report, or click on the link to the right, under "Downloads".