The program is funded by the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) and implemented by USIP.
USIP seeks proposals for papers to be included in the book from practitioners working throughout the Middle East and North Africa who can capture the successes, challenges and lessons learned from their direct experiences in using mediation, facilitation and dialogue as mechanisms to asses, manage or resolve conflict within their communities.
Submissions should include the author’s C.V. and an abstract. Abstracts should be no more than 400 words, noting the main theme and conclusions of the paper, its methodology and the fieldwork on which it is based.
Submissions Deadline: Abstracts by April 1, 2017. Final Papers due by June 15, 2017. Please include the author’s C.V. and send to Manal Omar at email@example.com
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