The Centre for Multilateral Negotiations works for progress on key global issues, such as climate change, trade, and development, by fostering deeper cooperation. It thereby strives to contribute to the global public good.
Incorporating a wealth of knowledge and experience in multilateral negotiations, the Centre for Multilateral Negotiations provides public officials, non-state actors, and academics with a better understanding and key skills of reaching global agreements in highly complex multilateral settings. We also offer general training in multilateral negotiations. We maintain a central knowledge repository on negotiation management based on practical experience and rigorous academic research. Our work seeks to reduce the loss of expertise caused by changing negotiation hosts, to spread best practices, and to contribute to better negotiation outcomes. We ensure absolute confidentiality.