“We negotiate to tend to what is in the centre, and not to fulfil my expectations. I am not competing, I am valuing, I am looking for a solution. That is the most important thing.”
– Friar Luciano
The Centre of Competence on Humanitarian Negotiation (CCHN) recently organised a 6-day World Summit. This global event brought together frontline negotiators, humanitarian policymakers, scholars, donors, and government representatives to tackle the most challenging present-day issues related to humanitarian negotiation.
During the World Summit, we met with some of the world’s leaders in the humanitarian field. In this interview Friar Luciano, General Director of Fraternity – International Missions, shares insights into his work with indigenous populations in the Amazon, and his experiences with humanitarian negotiations!