Monthly Archives: August 2015
Dear reader. Today, I made it into Rio’s press: http://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/conte-algo-que-nao-sei/jose-pascal-rocha-mediador-politico-professor-tem-de-aprender-viver-com-erros-sem-culpa-17267374 It is a brief interview about my work and about the trade of being a mediator! And enjoy the flowers! See you soon!
Dear reader. Good to have you back. Today, let us take a brief look at the follow-up to the failed Darfur Peace Agreement (2006) and the Doha Document for Peace (2009-2011). Background: Based on an initiative pushed by Qatar in 2010, … Continue reading
Dear reader. Good to have you back for our first Lesson Learned. This time, we are looking at the milestones of the 1996 Guatemala Peace Accords. The negotiations for the Peace Accords were remarkable in the sense that the negotiating … Continue reading
Dear reader! Good to have you back. I am starting a new initiative of sharing lessons learned from my experiences in the field. These will be short summaries of the milestones of political mediation in a range of cases and … Continue reading
Hi there. Being based at the BRICS Policy center in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, allows me to research the role of the BRICS bloc in general and of emerging middle powers more specifically, in international peace and security. To get … Continue reading
On August 6th, 2015, the Global South Unit for Mediation (GSUM) was glad to welcome its Fellow, Dr. José Pascal da Rocha (Columbia University) and Dr. Renata Giannini (Instituto Igarapé) for the colloquium “Legitimacy and resilience in national dialogue processes”. … Continue reading