A three-day training was held on the topic of “Inclusive Peace Processes, Negotiations and Gender Perspective”

On December 13-15, Diplomatic Institute, with the support from UN Women Georgia and with funding from the government of the United Kingdom, held a three-day training on “Inclusive Peace Processes, Negotiations and Gender Perspective”.

The event was opened by Irine Dakhundaridze, Director of the Diplomatic Institute and Kaori Ishikawa, UN Women Country Representative to Georgia. The training was conducted by Ketevan Chumbadze, Deputy Director of Political Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and Nino Berikashvili, Head of Conflict Resolution Policy Division at the same Department. Within the framework of the event, online meetings were held with Catherine Fearon, Deputy Head of the EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) in Georgia and the representatives of UN Women.

The training was attended by the members of Government Commission for Elaboration and Implementation of Strategy for De-occupation and Sustainable Peaceful Conflict Resolution, as well as by young representatives of civil society working on conflict related issues.