Fostering World negotiations for today's future
CEMUNE enables stakeholders to prioritise deep and continuing cooperation and tip the balance in favour of humanity.
What we stand for
CEMUNE enables stakeholders to prioritise deep and continuing cooperation and tip the balance in favour of humanity. We use our knowledge and experience in multilateral negotiations to help all the parties involved in achieving success in these processes—whoever they are and wherever they are accomplish effective, impactful outcomes.
We do this by providing a better understanding of the key skills needed to reach agreements in highly complex multilateral settings.
What people think
Like the proverb that says, prevention is better than cure! CEMUNE made a great response by organizing the informal workshop previous to the COP26 in Glasgow. I felt personally the application of s...
Conservation International Senior Fellow
I and my team benefited from Kai Monheim's lessons learned from previous presidencies (...) it has in no small ways contributed to the success of paris
Former Head of Environment and Climate Division, French Foreign Ministry
There is definitely an urgent need to learn more systematically from past negotiation processes to make them more successful in the future.
Former head of the UNFCCC
This is a great initiative, which I fully support. In multilateral negotiations, the quality of the process is as important as the substance in order to reach significant agreements.
Former acting UNFCCC Executive Secretary, President COP16
This centre represents a great opportunity to provide negotiation chairs with facilitation best practices, and thereby accelerate the crafting of multilateral agreements on trade and other global i...
Former Director-General of the World Trade Organization
Negotiations cannot be improvised if they are to be successful. An understanding of the rules and dynamics inherent in any multilateral negotiation are as important as knowledge of the substance. A...
Former Executive Secretary to the UNFCCC