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I studied communication at the Sorbonne and begun then my career at UNESCO working on several programmes.
Until October 2012, I worked in Tunis as facilitator with the Center for Studies of Islam and Democracy in the framework of a series of national dialogue conferences on the constitution writing. I was coached to lead this process using such cutting edge methods as the KUMI method of conflict transformation and dispute resolution, used between Israelis and Palestinians. Our Facilitators team work aimed to implement a dialogue and to come out with a consensus between all Tunisian political parties, secular and religious. These workshops finally stressed the importance of shared responsability in countries in democratic transition.
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Conflict resolution - Open society
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