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Expert Exchange on Conflict Resolution Efforts Lessons Learnt from International Practices

Expert Exchange on Conflict Resolution Efforts Lessons Learnt from International Practices

On October 26, 2021, seminar Expert Exchange on Conflict Resolution Efforts Lessons Learnt from International Practices: the case of Northern Ireland was held at the Rooms Hotel. Tbilisi.

At the seminar Invited experts from Northern Ireland provided information on the history and stages of the Northern Ireland conflict, parties of the conflict, negotiations and the involvement of civil society in the peacebuilding process.

This seminar is part of a series of closed-door seminars with civil society representatives in Tbilisi around international experiences in conflict resolution and peace processes. This series of events aims at creating a safe space for discussions among a community of domestic actors engaged in topics related to peace process and negotiations.

Seminar was organized by the International Centre for Geopolitical Studies ICGS (Georgia) and Martti Ahtisaari Peace Foundation - CMI (Finland).

Financial supporter of the seminar - Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.

 

 

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