The interview is part of our Initiative for regular and consistent deployment of dialogue in international and national decision-making mechanisms and education. Prominent practitioners share their views and experiences in that context.
Mr. Vollebaek presents concrete examples showing the increased need and significance of dialogue for effectively addressing contemporary security challenges. To learn the details please click here.
Inspired by the trainings of the Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue, the Budapest Centre for Dialogue and Mass Atrocities Prevention completed its first interactive and practice oriented skills building in facilitation of dialogue being a tool for managing diversities, preventing and handling radicalization and violent conflicts. The three four hour sessions took place in cooperation with the College for Advanced Studies of Diplomacy in Practice at the Corvinus University of Budapest.
Based on the positive feedback received from the participants, the Budapest Centre will continue its skills building activities and tailor the agenda of the sessions to the needs of students, political activists and businesspersons with the view to increase their potentials for engaging in communication despite conflicting views.