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Charting the Roads to Peace: Facts, figures and trends in conflict resolution

The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, established in 1999 and based out of Geneva Switzerland, provides a forum for conflicting parties to resolve their differences peacefully. In line with its mission to reduce human suffering in war by preventing and resolving armed conflicts, the HD Centre also encourages and promotes dialogue and debate on challenging issues.

Its aim, as a forum for dialogue, is to share its experience and learn from that of others by regularly hosting and organising events that bring together actors with a variety of expertise. Events include meetings, conferences, panel discussions, retreats, and publication launches with debates. In 2006, book launches, two Mediators’ Retreat, as well as briefings to diplomats have been organised by the HD Centre.

One very enlightening document is a report entitled Charting the Roads to Peace: Facts, figures and trends in conflict resolution produced by the Centre for one of their International Mediator Retreats. A summary of the main points of this free pdf document are provided below.

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Charting the Roads to Peace: Main Points

Longterm Trends

Most mediations fail

Recent Trends

2006 Report

  

Posted by: Bill Warters on 2007 08 16 | Filed under Conflict Resolution  

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