Reflecting on ‘Dialogue’ – The Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue Seminar 2014

Published on July 17, 2014 | Categorised in: Uncategorized

This year’s annual seminar from the Nansen Centre for Peacebuilding and Dialogue (Norway) focused on ‘dialogue’. Koenraad Van Brabant was invited as one of the key resource people, and shared IPAT-Interpeace’s experience with and perspective on some core questions: Do we want to promote ‘dialogue’ as the core of what we do or is ‘dialogue’ one approach/’method’ among others? Does it make sense to work at different ‘tracks’? Does peace work that includes ‘dialogue’ produce meaningful ‘results’?

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