On Inclusivity: The Role of Norms in International Peace Mediation

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Sep 30, 2015 | Swiss Peace, NOREF, Corinne von Burg

Inclusivity is defined in the UN Guidance for Effective Mediation as the “extent and manner in which the views and needs of conflict parties and other stakeholders are represented and integrated into the process and outcome of a mediation effort.” In this paper for Swiss Peace and NOREF, Corinne von Burg discusses conceptual and practical challenges, and key questions to help guide mediators and supporters.  She addresses the role of inclusivity in peace, discusses how and when it is appropriate to rely on inclusive approaches in mediation, and discusses the influence of a mediator in promoting norms of inclusivity.
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