INFOGRAPHICS- Listening skills: Hear what people are really saying 

The figure shows five techniques to improve your active listening skills! Click here

PUBLICATION- Negotiations, dialogue and mediation: Which approach leads to intra-state peace?

The blogpost of the Berghof Foundation explores the differences of dialogue, negotiation and mediation. Click here

PUBLICATON- Check-in / Check-out

The summary of Hyper Island emphahises the importance of Check-in/Check-out during dialogue facilitation. Click here

VIDEO- Brené Brown on Empathy

The short video displays the differences between empathy and sympathy. The former is a useful skill for dialogue participants. The latter is known as a tool that the dialogue  facilitators ought not to use. Click


PUBLICATION- A Guide for Training Public Dialogue Facilitators

The project of The Paul J. Aicher Foundation provides useful examples of exercises that can be used as teaching facilitators or ideas for facilitators to implement in their own sessions. Click here.


PUBLICATION- What’s in your pocket?

Publication of Sarah Pharaon on ‘pocket phases’, that help the facilitator to deepen participant understanding of themselves and of each other, also known as pocket. Click here.


PUBLICATION- The Dialogue Handbook

It describes every aspect of a dialogue: from explaining the essence of dialogue, to providing useful tips on leading a workshop. Click here.

PUBLICATION- The role of strong emotions in Dialogue

Publication of the Essential Partners which explores the facilitator's role in case of participants expressing strong emotion. Click here.


PUBLICATION- Building empathy: The Fishbowl Conversation

The Fishbowl Method explained by Dean Pribetic can be used during the dialogue by the facilitators as a tool to enhance empathy. Click here

 

PUBLICATION- Helpful Questions for Dialogue Facilitation

The list of the Program on Intergroup Relations provides a list of questions from which facilitators can choose from in case they get stuck in a difficult dialogue to facilitate. Click here

 








 



 




 

 

ARTICLE - Community dialogue in Somalia

The article displays how the International Committee for the Development of Peoples (Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli, CISP) implemented a dialogical approach during their work in Mogadishu and what lessons should be drawn from that experience. Click here.  

 

ARTICLE-From humanitarian worker to peace builder: What I've learned

The work of Sara, an 18-year-old Rwandan is especially important regarding dialogue. Click here

 

ARTICLE- Education: A Stepping Stone to Peace in Egypt

Khaled Emam's efforts in Egypt include creating a place for the local where dialogue is possible. Click here



VIDEO- Importance of dialogue in conflict prevention and peacebuilding

Meri Joyce explains how dialogue is an important tool used in NorthEast Asia. Click

 

VIDEO- ‘Culture of Dialogue’ as a Decolonial Peace-Building Tool: The Case of Colombia

Lucía Mesa-Vélez introduces the findings of her research on dialogue and peace-building in the framework of the Colombian organization called Rodeemos el Diálogo (Embrace Dialogue, ReD).  Click

 

VIDEO- Nansen Dialogue Centre (NDC) Mostar 

The short video demonstrates the importance of dialogue in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where the relationship of the  different ethnic groups are still fragile. Click



PUBLICATION- Improving prospects for peace through Georgian-Abkhaz dialogue

The initiative of Conciliation Resources, brings together civil society, officials and experts from both sides of the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. Click here.


VIDEO-Why is dialogue important in peacebuilding?

Contributors from the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation explain why dialogue is an important tool in peacebuilding. Click here


VIDEO-The Anatomy of Dialogue: Conflict is NOT a Threat

Dr. Laurie Mulvey and Dr. David Holloway during the first part of the series explain the nature of conflict. Click

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VIDEO- The Community Dialogue Approach

The Malaria Consortium developed a method, called the Community Dialogue Approach, that combines elements of dialogue and consulting to improve the health and welfare of the participants. Click

 

In the framework of the Dialogue Platform, the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention is proud and pleased to share the first episode of its series of interviews with scholars and practitioners from all over the world who will provide different views on various aspects of mass atrocities prevention from a regional perspective.

In this first instalment, we talk about the conflict between universal human rights and values and cultural relativism with our first guest, Dr István Lakatos, who has been working in the field of human rights diplomacy for about three decades and is currently acting as the human rights advisor in the Ministry of Justice, Human and Minority Rights of Montenegro. Dr. Lakatos has recently defended his PhD thesis titled "Comparative human rights diplomacy in the shadow of the cultural relativism versus universalism debate: A case study of the UN Human Rights Council".
The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention would like to share the unofficial translation of the article By Dialogue Against Hate, written and posted by Gyorgy Tatar, Chair of the Budapest Centre, in his private Facebook page on 23 November, 2021.

You can read the article here.

DIALOGUE AS A TOOL FOR ADDRESSING MASS ATROCITIES

The Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities considers dialogue, dialogue processes and the facilitation of dialogue as a strategic tool for peaceful conflict transformation which can help produce long-term and sustainable solutions and fundamental societal changes. Furthermore, the dialogue processes can be an extraordinarily effective instrument in handling situations at risk related to mass atrocities.
A new article by our Policy Adviser on Programmes for Dialogue, Mark Barwick, on the role of Dialogue and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities

Prevention of Mass Atrocities in Practice
“Difficult Dialogues”
European colloquium on dialogue facilitation
organized by
The Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities and School of Public Policy’s Centre for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery
in partnership with
the Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung


Report
by Hartley Millar