Publikationen


Video German-Russian-Ukrainian-Dialogue

Watch the video of our German-Russian-Ukrainian-dialogue and join the dialogue online.



Stellungnahme der IMSD

Unterausschuss "Zivile Krisenprävention, Konfliktbearbeitung & vernetztes Handeln" Sitzung 9.3.2020 "Friedensmediation: Wie kann Deutschland seine Fähigkeiten weiter ausbauen?"



In the framework of our dialogue support project in Sri Lanka 2018-2020 a condensed version of sha:re-training manual (english version) has been published in Sinhala and in Tamil in cooperation with our partners Rainbow Resources Lanka (Colombo) and the Robert Bosch Foundation.



In the framework of our dialogue support project in Sri Lanka 2018-2020, a condensed version of the sha:re-training manual (english version) has been published in Sinhala and in Tamil in cooperation with our partners Rainbow Resources Lanka (Colombo) and the Robert Bosch Foundation.



Konflikte in Unternehmen



How can we get from contested narratives on the evolution of European Security after 1989 to improved understanding within the OSCE? A Russian-German dialogue project discussed this difficult question at two workshops in Moscow and Berlin. The 20 participants managed to find consensus on a jointly drafted report. Innovatively, the project focused on so-called „blind spots”– events that figure prominently in the narrative of one side, but are overlooked or neglected in the narrative of the other side.



Russian-Western Blind Spots: From Dialogue on Contested Narratives to Improved Understanding

Results of the Dialogue Group's work in the German-Russian Project 'Russia and ‘the West’: Towards a better understanding of what went wrong since the end of the cold war: Joint Analysis of Conflict Narratives and Exploration of Metanarratives' which was funded by the Federal Foreign Office and implemented in 2018.