Oslo Governance Centre
Cohort I: Inclusive Dialogue
The first cohort was jointly organized by UNDP and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) in partnership with the Joint UNDP-DPPA Programme. This cohort was designed to allow the Fellows to reflect on the issue of the role of inclusive dialogue for peace and development, drawing on their concrete experiences from various regions in the world.
The Fellows worked on extensively engaging with research and policy institutions based in Oslo and sharing experiences in how they have effectively promoted inclusive dialogue and the kind of engagement they have had with local communities and national stakeholders. This cohort ultimately assessed what works and where are the gaps in this area.
Read about what the Fellows were focussing on between 16-25 November, 2016 in Oslo:
Read about who participated in the 1st cohort of the PDA Fellowship:
Issue Briefs from PDA Fellowship Cohort I:
- Inclusive dialogue in practice. What is inclusive enough and how do we measure inclusion? - The case of Malawi by Becky Adda-Dontoh
- How can dialogue support reconciliation and transitional justice in post- conflict contexts? by Gita Sabharwal
- The right fit? The role of inclusive dialogue in preventing violent extremism by Gregory Attila Connor