Organisation de centres de négociation, Négociation collective
It is an independent, peacemaking, research and training institution that was founded in thanks to financial support from the John D. ICCN recognises that its objectives to build peace are not possible without empowering civil society, advocating human rights, and tightly cooperating with other important actors. All these have since become ICCN programmatic goals.
In recent years, ICCN has diversified its activities and partnerships in order to achieve a stronger impact through interaction with selected target groups.
ICCN plays an active role in peacebuilding and civil society building in Georgia and the Caucasus region.
ICCN activities also include advocacy and lobbying, working through opinion multipliers, networking and NGO coalitions, public campaigning, third-party intervention: consultation, facilitation, and mediation. Itsr numerous outputs include research - including sociological research: opinion polls, content analysis, monitoring and expert assessments; nation and region-wide security studies with resulting publicationsconferences, problem-solving workshops and trainings, seminars and round tables for target groups, with follow-up publications, including in periodicals.
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