In August 2005, the NMCPCR and the Delhi Policy Group’s Peace Processes Program launched a joint series of student workshops on comparative peace processes. The workshops are built on simulations of ongoing or completed peace negotiation, such as the Good Friday Agreement for Northern Ireland and the Dayton Agreement for Bosnia-Herzegovina, as well as abstract cases of potential crisis negotiations, such as on looming humanitarian disasters.
In 2008, our students interned at the following institutions and organisations:
- Renegotiating Bosnian Constitution Five Years after Dayton Agreement
- Role of the International Community in Conflict Management / Resolution
- Frameworks for a Kashmir Settlement
- Ending the Violence
- The Good Friday / Belfast Agreement