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Guidance for Effective Mediation

Auteur : Millennia2025

Source : United Nations



Guidance for Effective Mediation 

Mediation is one of the most effective methods of preventing, man- aging and resolving conflicts. To be effective, however, a mediation process requires more than the appointment of a high-profile individual to act as a third party. Antagonists often need to be persuaded of the merits of mediation, and peace processes must be well-supported politically, technically and financially. Ad-hoc and poorly coordinated mediation efforts – even when launched with the best of intentions – do not advance the goal of achieving durable peace.


The United Nations Guidance for Effective Mediation is designed to sup- port professional and credible mediation efforts around the world. This concise reference document encompasses the wealth of expe- rience of mediators working at the international, national and local levels. It also draws on the views of beneficiaries of successful media- tion processes as well as those who have suffered from failed media- tion attempts.

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