Civil Resistance Transitions: Dialogue, Trust and Democracy

April 21, 2021 00:58:38
Civil Resistance Transitions: Dialogue, Trust and Democracy
Events at USIP
Civil Resistance Transitions: Dialogue, Trust and Democracy

Apr 21 2021 | 00:58:38

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Show Notes

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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