This section provides useful material for further investigations into arts in peace mediation. It lists experts who have contributed to the Art in Mediation initiative so far and refers to arts projects related to peace mediation. It also provides free access to the 2021 publication Arts in Peace Mediation. The section will expand with time as experience in the topic grows and projects by partners add to the global knowledge base.
This subsection presents the individuals who devoted time and experience to investigate if, and how, the realms of the arts and peace mediation can coalesce. The panel comprises a broad range of distinguished experts in the fields of peace mediation, the arts, diplomacy, peace and conflict, security studies, psychology, human rights, humanitarian aid, and more. We want here to thank every single person who participated in this exploratory research process.
Arts in Peace Mediation – Book
This publication summarises the project Art in Mediation, undertaken by the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which investigates the convergence between the arts and peace mediation. It retraces the multiple encounters that took place between arts and cultural practitioners, psychologists, mediators, and diplomats involved in mediation processes, and distils the findings that resulted. Additionally, it includes of a series of research papers about the arts in peace mediation from different perspectives, some academic and others stemming from field experience. It was edited by Dagmar Reichert and Nicola Dahrendorf with a foreword by former Swiss Ambassador to the UK, Alexandre Fasel.
Miodrag Miki Marinković
Irene Bruna Seu