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Workshop for Georgian Governmental Officials: The Complexity of Peace Processes - Learnings from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Cyprus cases

Workshop for Georgian Governmental Officials: The Complexity of Peace Processes - Learnings from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Cyprus casesOn October 30 – November 2, 2015 with the partnership of International Centre for geopolitical Studies (Georgia) and Crisis Management Initiative (Finland) Workshop for Georgian Governmental Offitials: The Complexity of Peace Processes - Learnings from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Cyprus cases was held in Kachreti, Georgia.

The methodology of the workshop, which  brought together 16 participants from the various Georgian institutions. proposed by CMI team combined peer-support from international expertise as well as applied skills practice on conflict analysis and negotiation tools. After a brief overview of the different concepts in mediation and negotiation processes, participants had the opportunity to look into concrete cases of the Northern Ireland peace process, the political negotiations around the status of Scotland and the current status of negotiations in Cyprus.

Through interactive sessions and applied conflict analysis and process design tools, participants engaged in discussion and joint reflection with key experts from Glasgow, London, Belfast, Zurich and Brussels: Rt. Hon. Jim Murphy, Rt. Hon. Jeffrey Donaldson, John Loughran (INTERCOMM), Anna Hess (CSS Zurich) and Amanda Paul (EPC).

The participants came from various Georgian institutions, such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the Ministry for Reconciliation and Civil Equality; the Ministry of Defence; the Ministry of Internal Affairs; the National Security Council; the State Security Agency; State Security and Crisis Management Council, and others.

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The workshop was organised with funding support from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland as part of CMI's programme partnership with the Ministry.

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