The programme gives experienced mediators like you a unique and further certified skill-set to expand and diversify your practise. Not only by attracting more complex cases but more importantly, to give you the capability to effect change in causes that are dearest to you.
A main aim of this programme is help experienced mediators work on some of the world’s most acute issues, by giving access to those that are running and facilitating those processes.
Covering the psychology of war, how to deal with life and death deadlock, as well as the strategies and tactics to build and manage a peace process. These skills ultimately give you the capabilities of peacemaker to diversify you’re already successful mediation practise.
Gabrielle Rifkind, Director of The Oxford Process discusses what it means to be an International Peacemaker working in some of the world's most entrenched and volatile conflicts. She also explores what you will learn when training to be a Peacemaker with CEDR, how it sets you apart and how it enables you to make a differenceSpeak to the team directly
Our trainers have managed peace process in Kosovo, Sierra Leone, South Africa, as well as a former Chief Super-Intendent of the Metropolitan Police, responsible for high profile hostage negotiations. We aim to give you a by practitioner for practitioner experience.
Post completion of the training, participants are given access to exclusive networking events for continual improvement. Most recently the group met at King & Spalding LLP to hear from participant Jon Brand, a South African mediator who facilitated the Silicosis crisis during the 1990s.