CSSP – Berlin Center for Integrative Mediation
CSSP’s mission is to assist community leaders in post-crisis areas to resolve their inter-community conflicts through dialog, trust-building, and negotiation, using the principles and tools of Integrative Mediation. CSSP advocates for peaceful conflict resolution and capacity-building based on systemic problem-solving, non-discrimination, and participatory processes.
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Multitrack Peace Mediation Course 2023/24
Together with inmedio, CSSP announces its MULTITRACK PEACE MEDIATION COURSE 2023/24. As this course is in high demand, internationally as well as in Germany, we have planned two 15 day courses on peace mediation. While one course is held entirely in English as usually (further information will be published soon), the very next one includes for the first time some modules in German and will take place as follows:
Module I: 6.-10. November 2023
Module II: 5.-9. February 2024
Module III: 22.-26. April 2024
Additional Module IV (for certification and pot. licensing in Germany): 15.-18. October 2024
We are thankful for further sharing & distribution. Please feel free to contact us if you should have any question on the course.
For more information, please download the leaflet by clicking the following link:
CITIES IN DIVISION - Building Peace?
This CSSP video gives insights into the dynamic of the challenging everyday life in Mostar and Mitrovica as well as into how we can encourage positive changes and contribute to the construction of peace. It was created in cooperation with the Nansen Dialogue Centre Mostar and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Center - Mediation Center Mitrovica; it premiered at the Geneva Peace Week 2020 on November 2, 2020.
You find it in the Digital Series section of GPW 2020 – A NEW VISION FOR PEACEMAKING by clicking the following link:
War in the Ukraine - Do negotiations stand a chance?
Witnessing the Ukraine having been attacked with a full scale war by Russia, learning every day about attrocities, understanding even though the war is in Ukraine but not only about Ukraine, with a heavy layer of confrontation betwenn Russia and "the West", we as a peace mediation organisation, our colleagues and friends are repeatedly asked: do negotiations make any sense in this context?
Honestly, it's a fair, crucial and controversial question, one which also turned circles in our minds and one which we jointly exchanged on within the Initiative Mediation Support Germany. We came up with 10 points related to this question for further reflection and exchange which you can read by clicking the following link: