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Conflicts resolution and transformation, dialogue facilitation, human rights and peace

Mediation is an amicable dispute resolution process by which two or more parties decide to try to reach an agreement to find a win-win resolution of their dispute with the assistance of a third party chosen by them or designated: the mediator.

The mediator is a trained professional, whom is independent, impartial and neutral and abide by a code of conduct.

Conflicts’ resolution and transformation imply to identify, analyse, understand and resolved the causes of the conflict (political, economic, social, cultural, structural, relational …). This process also aims to build lasting relationships between states, communities, groups, individuals and corporations. The mediator – dialogue facilitator is an actor of peace whom support dialogue by building bridges of understanding.

The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them – Albert Einstein


Identify the conflict and the perspective of each


Understand the challenge and the issues of each

How to

Creativity – Building up – Brainstorming 

Future and Reality check

Implementation and actions

For ?

  • States – states entities
  • International and European institutions
  • NGOs
  • Foundations
  • Communities
  • Socio-entrepreneurs
  • Companies – start-ups
  • Businessmen – partners 
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Individuals
  • Inter-cultural dialogue 
  • Natural ressources, indigenous, CSR
  • Peace processes
  • Dialogue facilitation

Advantages and benefits ?

  • Adaptability of the process
  • Skills improvement in conflict management
  • Autonomy of parties
  • Clarity : to be in the best possible conditions to make the best decision possible
  • Confidentiality
  • Building a solution
  • Creativity and innovation for a win-win solution 
  • Development of situational and relational skills
  • “Human sustainable development”
  • Efficiency
  • Flexibility of the process
  • Time
  • Protect and maintain relationships, partnerships

Cost of conflict

 A conflict has a cost which increases considerably as long as it is not solved

  • Economic
  • Ethics
  • Financial
  • Human
  • Infrastructural
  • Investment
  • Legal
  • Political
  • Branding, CSR
  • Social

Investment for conflict resolution and/or conflict transformation


  • Analysis and strategy
  • Empathy
  • Commitment
  • Emtional intelligence
  • Resilience
  • Respect
  • Empowerment
  • Time
  • Vision
  • Willingness