Chai Time: Multilateral Negotiation: Tools for Conflict Resolution and PreventMarch 13, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Mānoa Campus, iLab / Building 37
Multilateralism is a process of international negotiation involving primarily, although not exclusively, state actors and at least three parties. In the international context, effective multilateral negotiations help resolve and prevent conflicts.
This session explores the characteristics and processes of multilateral negotiations, and considers how the model could be applied to address social, political and economic issues in the Hawaii community.
Speakers: Professor Alex Carter & Professor Shawn Watts
Light Refreshments Served - Room Capacity 50
Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Mānoa Campus