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CBI works with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to improve member governments' use of mediation and informal problem solving to respond to complaints about corporations' adherence to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
Supported by the Ford Foundation, and in partnership with the New Nigeria Foundation, CBI convenes a multi-stakholder Forum for Inclusive Nigerian Development (FIND). FIND works with national and state leaders and citizens to drive the use of oil and gas revenue for sustainable, inclusive development.
CBI facilitates consensus for the first time on global strategic priorities for the United Nations Development Group, which represents more than 30 United Nations development agencies, funds and programs.
The World Bank, which manages a substantial energy program supporting Nepal’s government, engages CBI to conduct an analysis of the conflict dynamics around transmission siting and to propose potential mechanisms for resolving them.
In partnership with the UN Country Team, the World Bank, and the European Union, CBI facilitates a meeting of over 100 international and Yemeni leaders and practitioners focused on humanitarian relief.
CBI conducts a study to evaluate multi-stakeholder dialogues run by the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, and identifies six key principles for effective dialogue.
CBI works with United Nations Development Group's global leadership and UN Country Teams, facilitating alignment on key strategic priorities and plans; and building leadership capacity for stakeholder engagement, negotiation and conflict resolution.
CBI helps the United Nations Development Group build the "political acumen" of United Nations field leaders, by defining the political acumen skill set, developing an assessment protocol for UN Resident Coordinator candidates, and training UN Country Team members in partnership with the UN System Staff College.
CBI assembles a multi-cultural team of Jewish and Arab-Israeli mediators and planners to address issues surrounding land use by the Israeli government and the Israeli Beduoin community in the Negev region.
CBI partners with the Middle East think-tank Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information to create the Joint Environmental Mediation Service, which trains Israelis and Palestinians in mediation and negotiation and supervises trainees as they mediate active disputes.
CBI assists the United Nations Development Programme in Peru in developing and delivering a course on consensus building to build the mediation capacity of the Peruvian Public Defenders Office, Defensoria del Pueblo.
This video provides a Teacher's Guide Preview for Workable Peace, CBI's innovative secondary school curriculum, teaching, and learning project that integrates the study of intergroup conflict and the development of crucial civic and social skills into social studies and humanities classes.