Inclusive Peace & Transition Initiative
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The Role of Legitimacy in the Governance of Fragile States

POLICY BRIEF - INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN SECURITY - June 2016

This research analyses the Broadening Participation Project dataset to explore the relationship between broader inclusion in peace and political negotiations and the legitimacy of those negotiations in a variety of population groups.

Inclusive Political Settlements: New Insights from Yemen's National Dialogue

JOURNAL ARTICLE - PRISM Vol 6 No 1 -  March 2016

The article analyzes the National Dialogue Conference for a New Yemen held between 2013 and 2014 with reference to the findings of the “Broadening Participation” project led at the Graduate Institute in Geneva.

National Dialogues

BRIEFING NOTE (3 p.) - IPTI - January 2016

National Dialogues are inclusive, multi-party negotiations in which large segments of society are represented. This Briefing Note looks at the definition, purpose, modalities and design of National Dialogues. 

Dialogues in Peace and Mediation Processes: Definitions, types, goals, and success factors for sustainability

REPORT (12 p.) - IPTI - March 2016

This report provides an overview of National Dialogues, as well as other types of non-formal dialogues, including high-level problem-solving workshops (track 1.5), consultations and civil society dialogues (track 2), and people-to-people dialogues and local community relations meetings (track 3). 

Broadening participation in peace processes - Dilemmas & options for mediators

MEDIATION PRACTICE SERIES (28 p.) - HD CENTRE - June 2014

This paper seeks to provide mediators and mediation teams with a better understanding of, and options for, broadening participation in peace negotiations without sacrificing the effectiveness of the mediation process. 

Can Inclusive Peace Processes Work? New Evidence From a Multi-Year Research Project

BRIEFING NOTE (4 p.) - CCDP and IPTI - April 2015

With a team of more than 30 researchers, the ongoing project “Broadening Participation in Political Negotiations and Implementation” produced seven key findings for successful inclusive peace processes.