Skills-Building Workshop: Effective Negotiation in Multilateral Conferences (New Date: 11-12 March 2013)

Type:

Workshop

Public visé spécifique:

Formation diplomatique

Date:

11 mars - 12 mars 2013

Durée de l'évènement:

2 jours

Emplacement:

New York, NY, United States

Programme:

Peace Security and Diplomacy, Multilateral Diplomacy

Tarif:

USD 550

 

The fee for this course does not apply to diplomats assigned to a Permanent Mission in New York. Representatives of international, intergovernmental, and non-governmental organizations, civil society and other interested individuals are required to pay the participation fee. You will not be charged for the course at this point. In case a sufficient number of participant signs up for the course, we will ask you in a separate email to confirm your interest and your payment.

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Event focal point email:

Event focal point Contact Number:

212-963-9196

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Participation subject to application approval by UNITAR. Notification and link for the payment will be sent once application selection process has been finalized.
The registration is closed
Deadline for application: 5 Mars 2013

Contexte

Negotiation is the most vital tool for a diplomat.  In a multilateral context, effective negotiation skills and understanding of the negotiation context are critical for managing interdependencies, leveraging power and influencing outcomes.  Mastering negotiation tools can therefore assist in securing internationally valuable agreements.  This has become all the more important as the issues at stake in international negotiations have become increasingly complex, climate change being only one example.  These global challenges require concerted multilateral action, which further underscores the need for strategically negotiated agreements.

Objectifs d'apprentissage

This workshop’s objective is to improve international cooperation through more effective negotiating in a multilateral context. To this end, at the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Define and distinguish the purposes, products and processes of multilateral conferences;
  • Assess the strategies and techniques for producing good negotiated outcomes;
  • Anticipate and address the main challenges in multilateral negotiations;
  • Analyse negotiation dynamics, based on case studies presented by international experts.

Contenu et structure

The workshop takes place over two full days and includes the following core modules:

  • Introduction to multilateral conferences;
  • Conference and negotiation dynamics;
  • Preparing for multilateral negotiations;
  • Managing difficult negotiations and negotiators;
  • Roundtable discussion with senior diplomats on negotiations challenges;
  • Key skills of effective negotiators.

Méthodologie

As a skills-building face-to-face event, this workshop is facilitated by experienced trainers and features experts from Permanent Missions and the United Nations system. The workshop takes a participatory and practiceoriented approach, integrating practical exercises, case studies, interactive lectures and peertopeer learning. Participants also receive study materials to enhance their holistic understanding about multilateral negotiations.  

Public visé

The workshop is open to members of Permanent Missions to the United Nations in New York or government officials or NGO representatives who are involved in multilateral conferencesRegistration is limited to 40 persons.

Informations complémentaires

The workshop will take place on Monday, 11 March from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and from 03:00 pm to 5:00 pm and on Tuesday, 12 March from 10:00 am to 01:00 pm and from 03:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Permanent Mission of Malaysia, 313 East 43rd Street, New York, NY 10017.
 
All participants who successfully complete the workshop will receive a UNITAR Certificate of Participation.