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"sustainable peacebuilding/making should be about strengthening the immune system not pumping anti-bodies that creates dependencies - hs"
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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)
As senior adviser for the UN in Lebanon, he is working on issues related to sustainable peace, security and constitutional reform. An international peace process and negotiations adviser and facilitator, Hannes has worked in many of the world’s most conflict-ridden societies. In South Africa he served as director in the National Peace Secretariat, the multi-party body mandated to implement its 1992 Peace Accord. Post-1994 he assisted the Special Presidential Task Force in key in-tractable conflicts, focusing on de-militarization of youth militia.

In Sri Lanka Hannes advised the country’s peace secretariats and facilitated the creation of the multi-party negotiations forum; in Nepal he co-facilitated and contributed to the drafting of key agreements – including the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, co-facilitated talks between the Nepal Army and the Maoist Army, facilitated the setting-up of the confidential dialogue process (NTTP), and advised the Peace Ministry; in the USA he facilitated talks between members from prominent Arab and Israeli think tanks; in the Balkans he worked on healing and reconciliation initiatives as part of the “Stability Pact Agreements”; and internationally he assisted several governments with the development of strategy and policy papers for peace and negotiations support initiatives, peacebuilding, conflict interventions, and looking at best practices worldwide.

With 5 Nobel Peace Laureates, he initiated the establishment of an international foundation in 2000 in support of their “Appeal for Peace and Non-Violence”; In 2001, as an associate and fellow at the Center for War, Peace and the News Media at NYU, he coordinated the West-Dar al Islam Media Dialogues program – facilitating dialogue between major media institutions in the West and Middle East; and in 2003 he developed Peace Tools, a comprehensive set of innovative tools for conflict transformation and negotiations processes.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia, Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Israel/Palestine and Lebanon.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Nepal, Lebanon and South Africa
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Facilitator and Peace Process Advisor to Nepal Transitions to Peace and Ministry for Peace and Reconstruction; Director of Peace Appeal Foundation.
How many years professional experience do you have ?
15+
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://www.linkedin.com/in/hannessiebert
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict Resolution, Peacebuilding
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Program Design, Training, Intervention
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Military Integration; Peace and Negotiations' Process Design; Track one and half interventions; Peace structures; Peace Tools
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Media Covering Conflict; Debunking the Big "O"; Sri Lanka's One-text Negotiations Process; Creating Inclusive Peace Structures: A comparrative study

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Nepal Transition to Peace

Posted on November 5, 2007 at 12:58pm 1 Comment

Nepal:

Creating Mechanisms to Manage Peace and Negotiations Processes

The Nepal Transition to Peace (NTTP) Initiative is a national peace support program designed in consultation with the Government of Nepal, its Peace Secretariat, and political parties to build their capacity to engage in the peace process, create an inclusive multi-party dialogue to address all stakeholders’ concerns, and institutionalize government peace structures. The…

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Media and Objectivity

Posted on November 5, 2007 at 10:02am 0 Comments

Debunking the "Big O"

By Hannes Siebert

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Sri Lanka's Multi-Stakeholder Negotiations and Dialogue

Posted on November 5, 2007 at 9:56am 1 Comment

Sri Lanka One-Text Initiative

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At 1:22am on January 8, 2011, Binod Neupane said…
I saw your pages and feel very good .
At 10:06pm on February 2, 2010, Sohail Mahmood said…
hello hannes
how are u doing
At 9:30pm on September 16, 2009, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa M said…
Dear Hannes

I would like to greet you and ask your support for our work in eastern of D.R.Congo

God bless you

Pastor Samuel
At 8:16am on November 20, 2008, THUSHARA WITHARANA said…
Hannes,

We join as a group & we try to make peace in Sri Lanka.We are graduates in peace & Conflict Resolution.we study about peace.But here is a war.

Sri Lankan government and LTTE members fight in northern areas.So tamil people in northern areas face most of dificulties.Not only tamil or northern people bit also southern people face bomb attacks.


So we think we have a responsibility.And we join as a group.we need some help.we need knowladge and small fund.

can U help us.plz reply me.or can U give me details about helping organization plz send me.

Thanks

Thushara
At 8:16am on November 20, 2008, THUSHARA WITHARANA said…
hi Hannes,

I think U intrest in peace.i'm a graduate in Peace & conflict Resolution in University of Kelaniya In Sri lanka.Then i studied in Internatioan Relations,Human Rigts,Counselling Psycology Diplomas.my last job is Youth national coordinator in anty war front in Sri Lanka.
Now i work in Human rights NGO.We help marginalized people in Sri lankan Conflict.
So we can share our peace knowladge

Thushara
At 11:41am on August 14, 2008, Bishnu Pathak, PhD said…
Thanks for your impressive experiences. Do you have an idea to share your expertise even to Nepal?

Please let me know if I can be of assistance in this regards.

Thank you.

Shanti,
Bishnu Pathak
At 10:45am on April 29, 2008, Bobichand Rajkumar said…
Dear Hannes,
I see you from Chiara's list of friends. I am privileged to be able to communicate with you through this network. I see from your profile that you have been doing important works towards conflict resolution, peacebuilding and development in many situations and geographical areas. I think that I have a lot to learn from your insights and learning. Do you see any ethnic dimension in the Nepal situation or take into account ethnic dimension so that ethnic conflict does not occur in Nepal?

I look forward to hearing from you positively.

Warm regards,
Bobichand
At 2:51pm on April 17, 2008, Chiara M said…
Dear Hannes,
Thank you for contacting me. Yes I am a friend of Lisa's, but perhaps you mistake me for someone else as I do not know Adriaan Verheul. I am currently here on a similar contract as Lisa, same sending organisation through CPS, although I work with a different local partner, COCAP.
I do agree that the economic issue will come up, like many others after the CA election results.
Chiara
At 5:32am on March 25, 2008, Lee R. Briggs said…
Hi Hannes!
Thanks for the invite, and as I am close to Nepal I may just wind up in Kathmandu sometime soon. How's the work going there? I am currently working for UNDP, and so you can no doubt guess the state of my work...

Keep in touch, when you have the time...
At 11:31pm on March 23, 2008, Chris LeGore said…
Thank you for answering. I think the U.N. is at a point where they are threatened with the viability of the organization if they don't start to take responsibility for their actions. In the last decade they've made some structural changes to create faster responses to large scale human rights violations. The problem still lies, in my opinion, on the sovereignty issue of the Security Council and of course the veto power of the permanent members.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions with which I may be able to help. Chris
 
 
 

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