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  • Ahmed Abohoom Alasha Mohammed
  • Bartolomeu Capita
  • Dr. Jabeen Shauq
  • Natalia Rencic
  • Dasanayaka mudiyanselage Ajith K
  • Simon Hradecky
  • Bill  Wechsler
  • Megan Reif
  • Nisar Masih
  • Ganesh Prasad Ghimire
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  • Tamar Palandjian
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CIIAN commented on Owen Frazer's blog post Mediation Perspectives: Professionalizing Mediation through Negotiation Simulations
"Yes, indeed thanks very much for sharing this and we utilize simulations in our workshops and training courses as well. While not open source, we do have a catalog of role-plays that are available for purchase. These valuable learning tools have…"
Jun 29
CIIAN liked Owen Frazer's blog post Mediation Perspectives: Professionalizing Mediation through Negotiation Simulations
Jun 29
Craig Zelizer liked CIIAN's discussion Why are Some Mediations Successful and Others Not?
Jun 26
CIIAN posted a discussion

Why are Some Mediations Successful and Others Not?

Cross-posted from Why are Some Mediations Successful and Others Not?Evan Hoffman, PhD, is a Senior Associate at the Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiation. Dr. Hoffman has published numerous articles on conflict prevention and…See More
Jun 26
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Dec 16, 2014
CIIAN liked Evan Hoffman's discussion Vision 2025: Making War Obsolete in 10 Years
Dec 16, 2014
Craig Zelizer liked CIIAN's discussion It's Crazy Out There - NEW Video and Peacebuilding Contest!
Nov 28, 2014
CIIAN posted a discussion

It's Crazy Out There - NEW Video and Peacebuilding Contest!

Ebola, Climate Change, Poverty, Syria, ISIS, the Ukraine – it seems to be crazy out there and getting crazier. CIIAN ( is pleased to announce the release of “Crazy Out There” - - a gripping song whose lyrics remind us that now more than ever we need to make it sane in here. We’re looking for your ideas on how to make it a saner world. Make your submission through Twitter or Facebook and be sure to use…See More
Nov 28, 2014
CIIAN and Evan Hoffman are now friends
Apr 2, 2014
CIIAN posted a status
"Dr. Evan Hoffman asks if we need a "Conflict Resolution Version 2.0" in order to meet today's global challenges?"
Nov 1, 2013
CIIAN posted a status
"CIIAN is pleased to be working on a START-funded #negotiation training project in Myanmar (#Burma). #cdnpoli"
Oct 17, 2013
CIIAN posted a status
"CIIAN’s President, Dr. Ben Hoffman, is working as an adviser with the HD Centre’s Guinea-Bissau team."
Oct 17, 2013
CIIAN posted a status
"Last week CIIAN’s President delivered mediation skills training for the OSCE Conflict Prevention Centre"
Oct 15, 2013
CIIAN posted a status
"CIIAN is listed in the "Canadian Inventory of Restorative Justice Programs and Services""
Oct 9, 2013
CIIAN posted a status
"Conference on “Negotiation: Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management in a Changing World” April 10-12, 2014"
Oct 7, 2013

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
The Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiation (CIIAN) is dedicated to the prevention and resolution of destructive conflict and to building sustainable peace at local, national, and international levels.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Founded in 1992, CIIAN was built upon the notions of peace, social justice, and principled dispute resolution based in negotiation. CIIAN soon became one of the leading ADR organizations, gaining a solid reputation for effective programming and training. Our growing reputation resulted in international recognition and by the mid-1990's we were invited to partner with organizations, especially in the emerging democracies of Eastern Europe. Recent years have seen CIIAN continue to offer dispute resolution programming through local organizations in a number of conflict zones, including Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Columbia, Haiti, Lebanon, Macedonia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the Crimea. We are now recognized as a leader in violence prevention, using a catalytic approach that balances security and development.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
We believe that reducing violence, achieving stability and building sustainable peace can only be attained through the sound engagement of the people and institutions in conflict. We are committed to building relationships and partnerships with appropriate leaders and organizations as a route to real change. We use and develop state of the art, empirically tested methods of conflict prevention, resolution and peacebuilding. And we are committed to transferring knowledge and competencies to those with whom we work.
How many years professional experience do you have ?
What is your personal or organizational website?
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict Resolution, Diplomacy, Facilitation
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Capacity Building, Evaluation, Monitoring, Program Implemenation, Research, Training

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At 8:54pm on July 24, 2012, Bartolomeu Capita said…

First of all, thanks for accepting my friend request. Given CIIAN's primary sectoral areas of expertise, we beleive you can be of much assistance with respect to Angola's belligerent occupation of Cabinda and ensuing maintenance by force of colonial domination. This conflict between Cabinda and Angola is in fact a legal-political problem that falls within the jurisdiction of the United Nations, particularly the UN C-24 and the UN Office of Legal Affairs. So we believe CIIAN can help as its areas of expertise includes conflict resolution and facilitation. In advance, much thanks for your time and help in this matter. Best regards

At 3:26pm on March 12, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…


Happy to visit CIIAN profile here.

We can work together in future.



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