Roundtable Meeting: “Keeping dialogue alive – How to get a process back on track in the aftermath of a major crisis?” Dublin, Dundalk and Belfast, 7-11 October 2016

The following report summarises the discussions that took place during DPI’s recent roundtable meeting in Ireland, which comprised a series of talks that took place in Dublin, Dundalk and Belfast from 7 to 11 October 2016. The visit focussed on addressing the topic of ‘How to get a process back on track in the aftermath of a major crisis?’ It explored this question in the context of the Irish experience of conflict resolution, and from a gendered perspective.

Roundtable Meeting, Dublin and Belfast, 7-11 October 2016 Keeping dialogue alive – how to get a process back on track in the aftermath of a major crisis? The Irish experience from a gendered perspective

This four-day roundtable brought together MPs, senior advisors, lawyers, academics, media representatives and civil society leaders from across Turkey’s political and cultural spectra to discuss the issue of incorporating and integrating women into peace processes and conflict resolution, in particular in times of crisis. It follows on from DPI’s last event, which took place in … Read moreRoundtable Meeting, Dublin and Belfast, 7-11 October 2016 Keeping dialogue alive – how to get a process back on track in the aftermath of a major crisis? The Irish experience from a gendered perspective

Comparative Study Visit: Ireland, 19-24 March 2016

The Democratic Progress Institute last week carried out a Comparative Study Visit to Dublin, Dundalk and Belfast from 19 to 24 March as part of the Institute’s Turkey programme. This visit explored themes relating to “getting a process back on track in challenging times”, addressing topics such as timing and choreography of a peace process, … Read moreComparative Study Visit: Ireland, 19-24 March 2016