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Learning From Failures: A Written Security Guarantee is Essential

By April 17, 2020August 23rd, 2021All Stories, Community Stories, Negotiation Stories

Armed Opposition Groups (AoGs) are among the typical counterparts in humanitarian negotiations. Kioumers Frozan, Deputy Head of Humanitarian Access of Action Against Hunger, shares a real-life example of a negotiation with such a group.

By learning from a failed negotiation experience, he managed to plan and execute a successful negotiation with an AoG, applying one of the negotiation tools that he had learned in a CCHN Peer Workshop.

More information about CCHN Peer Workshop on Humanitarian Negotiation