On the initiative of the Centre for Multilateral Negotiations, a research proposal coordinated between five universities has been submitted to the Volkswagen Stiftung, the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, and the Wellcome Trust. Successful candidates of this pre-proposal round will be notified in
Are you… …interested in key global challenges? …keen to work in an international team? …looking to combine studies and practical experience? The Centre for Multilateral Negotiations offers a dynamic and highly rewarding work environment where you will contribute to the
Dr Monheim’s book How Effective Negotiation Management Promotes Multilateral Cooperation is now available also as paperback at Routledge, please visit Routledge to read more and purchase.
The International Climate Initiative (IKI) under the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety supports the Moroccan Government in preparing for the global climate change conference in November 2016. A workshop arranged by the Centre
Alexander Redlich for Konlifktdynamik speaks with Dr Monheim on the subject of his PhD; major political summits managing pressing global issues and the subsequent challenges that comes with such multilateral negotiation processes. Read the full article in German at Konlifktdynamik.
Book review in Konfliktdynamik of Kai Monheim’s “How Effective Negotiation Management Promotes Multilateral Cooperation. The power of process in climate, trade, and biosafety negotiations.”, by Lars Kirchhoff, Frankfurt (Oder). Please note, German only.
In 2009 world attention was focused on the United Nations Climate Summit in Copenhagen (Conference of Parties – COP 15), which for many held the promise of a first-ever comprehensive global accord that would place meaningful limits on greenhouse gas emissions…
Book Review: How Effective Negotiation Management Promotes Multilateral Cooperation: The power of process in climate, trade and biosafety negotiations by Kai Monheim. More on Global Policy Journal.
Article summarizing Dr Monheim’s findings on fruitful negotiation modes, published in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Please note that it is in German only.
Kai Monheim, Visiting Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute has published a new book which addresses the question of whether multilateral negotiations can foster worldwide cooperation on global challenges. Read more at LSE.