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UN guidance for effective mediation – A synopsis

Mediation is one of the most effective methods of preventing, managing, and resolving conflicts. To be effective, however, a mediation process requires more than the appointment of a high-profile individual to act as a third party. Stakeholders often need to be persuaded of the merits of mediation, and peace processes must be supported politically, technically, and financially. Ad hoc and poorly coordinated mediation efforts—even when launched with the best of intentions—do not advance the goal of achieving durable peace.

Related Subject(s): Environment and Climate Change
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