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The Oslo Forum process strives to critically examine the current practice of conflict mediation. The themes raised at each event are intended to provoke discussions, suggest interesting questions and propose new or unconventional approaches. 

Background papers and interviews are prepared prior to the retreats to set the tone for discussions and to sensitise participants to current debates and innovative ideas.

Background papers and interviews do not represent the positions of the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD).

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Africa Mediators' Retreat 2011 - Agenda
by
The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue,
18 Aug 2015
Oslo Forum 2010 - Agenda
by
The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue,
18 Aug 2015
Asia Mediators' Retreat 2010 - Agenda
by
The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue,
18 Aug 2015
Oslo forum 2009 - Agenda
by
The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue,
18 Aug 2015
Africa Mediators' Retreat 2009 - Agenda
by
The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue,
18 Aug 2015

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Understanding fragmentation in conflict and its impact on prospects for peace
Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham highlights a number of key findings about fragmentation and conflict, and the role of mediation in fragmented conflicts. Drawing on a range of contemporary and historical examples from global conflicts, the author examines the consequences of fragmentation for...

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