The Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue regularly publishes reports, handbooks and professional articles based on our activities. The publications highlight how the dialogue approach is applicable to different groups, in multiple areas and in different contexts.
Norge & Korona - en serie folkedialoger om pandemien og hva den gjorde med oss
Folkedialogturneen Norge & Korona var en satsing i regi av Nansen Fredssenter i 2021. I løpet av høsten gjennomførte senteret folkedialoger over hele landet med Norge & Korona som overordnet tema. Turneen har gitt oss mange viktige erfaringer, som er utgangspunkt for dette heftet.
Authors Siri Syverud Thorsen og Christiane Seehausen
Creating Space for Making Change
100 civil society actors from a variety of organizations and public institutions all over Poland are trained in dialogue and conflict transformation by Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue (NCPD). This initiative from Orange Poland was a contribution to the celebration of 100 years of independence for Poland. The focus of Orange Poland, and the network of organizations, to train a wide range of civil society actors in dialogue and conflict transformation, is a much appreciated acknowledgement of the Nansen Approach. This provides a unique opportunity for constructive collaboration. The aim of this report is to assess the relevance of tools, methodologies and approaches that are introduced through NCPD training courses, and to increase our understanding of the context the participants work in, as well as their main concerns, achievements and challenges.
Author Norunn Grande
Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue Activities in Ukraine 2014-2016
This report describes visits made by representatives from Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue (NCPD) in Ukraine between May 2014 and July 2016. The purpose of these visits was to explore the relevance of dialogue as an approach to deal with the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and to connect with local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). Many years ago, when we started to work in the Western Balkans, we invited potential leaders from ex-Yugoslavia to prolonged dialogue sessions on what were the causes and the consequences of the war. Is reconciliation possible? How to rebuild trust and willingness to cooperate? How to develop structures that foster integration and unity? These dialog seminars led to the development of the Nansen dialogue method, which has been practiced in more than 100 seminars in Lillehammer and more than 200 in the Western Balkans.
Midwives for Peace in Rural Afghanistan
Summary of a project with midwives from ten districts in Afghanistan. The Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue held two workshops in Kabul, coaching midwives in dialogue and communication skills.
Author Norunn Grande
Understanding the Other
“Understanding the Other”, by Steinar Bryn, Inge Eidsvåg and Ingunn Trosholmen, is a collection of texts explaining the Nansen Dialogue Method. It offers examples from dialogue work, explains how dialogue differs from debate, and gives practical advice on how to conduct a dialogue session.
Authors Steinar Bryn, Inge Eidsvåg og Ingunn Trosholmen
20 Years in the Eye of the Storm
“20 Years in the Eye of the Storm” is a collection of articles on the Nansen Dialogue Network pioneer work on dialogue in the Western Balkans between 1995 and 2015.
Author Kim Sivertsen (red.)
Dialogue - a Tool for Overcoming Segregation
Summary of an ongoing project to further inclusion and dialogue between ethnic groups in Skedsmo.
Author Christiane Seehausen
Article on the Nansen dialogue project in the Western Balkans.
Author Steinar Bryn