The long-term process by which parties to a violent dispute build trust, learn to live cooperatively, and create a stable peace.
A form of adjudication that involves the referral of a dispute or disputes to an ad hoc tribunal for binding decision.
Sections of the United Nations Charter that deal most directly with dispute resolution.
A conversation or exchange of ideas that seeks mutual understanding through the sharing of perspectives.
The notion that the affected country must drive its own development needs and priorities.