Featuring new USIP research on the crucial role of inclusive dialogue and negotiation processes, this event looked at the characteristics of peace processes that most successfully foster citizen trust in a renewed social compact and long-term sustainable democratization. The discussion also provided key insights and recommendations for activists and external peacebuilding actors working to ensure successful dialogue and foster democratic outcomes — as well as how to apply those insights and recommendations in on-the-ground cases.Speakers
Zied Boussen Tunisian Activist and Researcher
Veronique Dudouet Senior Research Advisor, Berghof Foundation
Zahra Hayder Sudanese Activist and Organizer
Roman-Gabriel Olar Assistant Professor, Trinity College Dublin
Jonathan Pinckney Senior Researcher, Nonviolent Action, U.S. Institute of Peace
Lise Grande, moderator President and CEO, U.S. Institute of Peace
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