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A two-day workshop on implicit communication was held in Belgrade and facilitated by linguist Dr Biljana Scott. The event, organised by DiploFoundation, was open to people from all backgrounds and professions.
Collective decision making is not alien to African culture. In many traditional societies, decisions were made by a council after listening to the views of different age groups and other societal groupings.
Our December WebDebate focused on knowledge management and data diplomacy and the mind-set and skills that the next generation of diplomats needs
Economic and development diplomacy are not neutral; in fact, they are always based on specific developmental and economic paradigms. Taking a step back, diplomats do well in re-thinking some of these paradigms.
Our WebDebate in November focused on the question: ‘What is needed for a curriculum on Gender and Diplomacy in diplomatic training academies?’ The debate produced the first building blocs for a curricul
DiploFoundation has been hailed as a 'leading capacity development provider in the field of international policy and diplomacy' by the President of Malta, H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca.