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Managing Public Information in a Mediation Process (Peacemaker's Toolkit Book 2) by [Lehmann, Ingrid A.]
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Those who mediate international conflicts must communicate publicly with a wide variety of audiences, from governments and rebel forces to local and international media, NGOs and IGOs, divided communitiess and diasporas.

Manging Public Information in a Mediation Process helps mediators identify and develop the resources and strategies they need to reach these audiences. It highlights essential information taks and functions, discusses key challenges and opportunities, and provides expert guidance on effective approaches. Examples from past mediations illustrate how various strategies have played out in practice.

The handbook sets out six steps that can be undertaken by mediators and hteir information teams before, during, and after peace negotiations:

Analyze the Information Environment
Plan Early for Information Needs
Design a Public Information Strategy
Implement a Communciation Program
Engage Civil Society
Monitor, Evaluate, and Assess

About the Author

Ingrid A. Lehmann is the author of Peacekeeping and Public Information: Caught in the Crossfire (London: Cass, 1999) and many articles on issues of international political communication. She is a practitioner who worked in the United Nations Secretariat for over twenty-five years, including service in the Department of Public Information and in two UN peacekeeping missions. She has an MA in history from the University of Minnesota and an MA and a doctorate in political science from the University of Berlin. In 1993 94 she was a fellow at the Center for International Affairs at Harvard University; in 1996 97 she was a researcher at Yale University s UN Studies Program; and in 2004 she was a fellow at Harvard University's Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy. She now lives near Salzburg, Austria, where she has been teaching in the Department of Communication Science of the University of Salzburg since 2003.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 208 KB
  • Print Length: 60 pages
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  • Publisher: U.S. Institute of Peace Press (4 November 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GGXW8PU
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