Date: 26-28 May 2010
Coordinator: Mr. David Koschel
In a multilateral context, effective negotiation skills are critical for managing interdependencies, leveraging power and influencing outcomes. Mastering negotiation tools can therefore assist in securing beneficial agreements at the international level. Especially developing and the least developed countries must often rely on such “soft power” influence to effectively promote their interests in the multilateral arena. Moreover, increasingly complex global challenges that require long-term solutions, such as climate change, create new dynamics in multilateral negotiations.
Through the 2010 Negotiation Series, offered by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and the Olof Palme Memorial Fund, diplomats at UN Headquarters will receive training from top negotiation experts on effective negotiation skills in multilateral conferences, and learn firsthand from experienced diplomats and international civil servants who have successfully negotiated agreements in the peace and security, social and economic, and environmental spheres.
For more information, please see the information note for the 2010 Negotiation Training Series.
Effective Negotiation in Multilateral Conferences, 26-28 May (English)
Advanced workshops (prior participation in one of the introductory workshops required)
Women in Diplomacy: Workshop for Female Diplomats, 7 and 8 June (English)
Select workshops offered in 2009
Workshop on Environmental Negotiations and Climate Change Diplomacy, 29 and 30 April (English)
Negotiating International Peace and Security: The Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict, 14 and 15 September (English)
Workshop on Managing Conferences and Facilitating Negotiations, 28 October (English)
17 Dec 2012
05 Dec 2012
27 Nov 2012
11 Sep 2012
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Le "Manuel pour les délégués de l'ONU - Processus de conférences, procédures et négociation" est la dernière publication du Programme de diplomatie multilatérale de l'Institut des Nations Unies pour la Formation et la Recherche (UNITAR). Il vise les nouveaux arrivants dans le milieu de la diplomatie de même que les délégués expérimentés qui sont chargés de représenter leurs gouvernements dans des organisations internationales, conférences ou négociations
Courtesy of the Permanent Mission of New Zealand (PDF). Hard copy available for purchase or at the UN boosktore.