Mediation and Consensus Building for Efficient Diplomacy
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- Negotiate and mediate in an inter-personal conflict;
- Facilitate constructive dialogues between two conflicting parties in the form of consensus building;
- Support others to find a mutually agreeable solution;
- Facilitate a mediation meeting in a transformative manner;
- Steer mediation with a structured approach.
Content and Structure
This workshop provides a simple and clear methodology with which to construct an audience-focused positive attitude and respective mediation and consensus building skills. The sessions will be highly participative in nature, combining short presentations, exercises, case studies, discussion groups, and video analysis. By the end of the workshop, participants will have a fuller understanding of the essential dynamics of mediation, of effective tools to manage certain key conflicts, and increased awareness of their relevance in day-to-day business, due to a combination of trainer input and practical activities.
This course is open to members of Permanent Missions and delegates of Ministries of Foreign Affairs and other government officials; university students and professors; and representatives of international, intergovernmental, and non-governmental organizations. In addition senior managers from the private sector are equally invited to benefit from this unique workshop.
The course participation fee is 1200 USD. An invoice will be sent by e-mail upon registration. Participants may pay individually per course attended, or their government may wish to cover the costs of an annual subscription. Participants may pay individually per course attended, or their government may wish to cover the costs of an annual subscription. More information about UNITAR’s core diplomacy training (CDT) pricing policy is available at http://www.unitar.org/mdp/cdt.
Diplomats from Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and developing countries are eligible for a fee waiver as part of the CDT fellowship scheme. Please contact the Multilateral Diplomacy Programme for more information by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at: 022 917 8716 or 022 917 8739. Registration will be closed as soon as the course is full and your place will be secured once your payment is confirmed.
Important: Upon course registration, the applicant accepts to make the full payment for the UNITAR course(s) immediately following receipt of the invoice and payment information. UNITAR reserves the right to rescind an applicant's enrollment at any time in case of non-receipt of payment. Payment is non-reimbursable but upon approval may be credited to another course.
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