Are you excited about international relations? Looking to gain more experience and insight into high-level multilateral negotiations? We offer a highly rewarding work environment for those excited about international relations and cooperation on today’s key global challenges. The position will provide insight on and exposure to our current activities.
The series on new research on multilateral negotiations is happy to announce the second research tip. Our very own Kai Monheim published “The ‘Power of Process:’ How Negotiation Management Influences Multilateral Cooperation” in International Negotiation.
The Centre for Multilateral Negotiations has started a new series in which we highlight new research on multilateral negotiations. First out is a study by Siwon Park, “The power of presidency in UN climate change negotiations: comparison between Denmark and Mexico”. Published in International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law
New article: ”Mediation in Syria: Initiatives, strategies, and obstacles, 2011-2016” by Magnus Lundgren. Published in Contemporary Security Policy.
We have had great interest in our advertised opening and are fortunate to have many qualified candidates. Applications for the specific opening is thus closed, however we are always curious to know more great people. If you are interested in the Centre for Multilateral Negotiations, please send a spontaneous application
The Centre for Multilateral Negotiations, with Dr Monheim and Ms Hug, are holding a one-day interactive workshop on negotiation skills and management at the University of Eastern Finland and United Nations Environment Programme’s course on the Effectiveness of Multilateral Environmental Agreements.
More information and full agenda on UEF.
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 Mid-November.
…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 overall goal of fostering deeper cooperation of countries on key
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 for Multilateral Negotiations in close partnership with the German Ministry.