The Institute for Global Negotiation (IGN) is an independent non-profit association aimed at improving the understanding of the nature and processes of global negotiation among students, academics and practitioners. Members of the IGN participate in research projects, develop teaching resources as well as organise events and courses.
This autumn our IGN Member Series will continue with a presentation by Sir Richard Jolly reflecting on his experience within the United Nations and leading development projects around the world. Further series will feature input by practitioners and researchers on topics relating to global negotiation.
This online course 'fundamentals of negotiation' serves to introduce participants to the underlying theoretical approaches to negotiation as well as equip them with the practical skills needed to enhance their individual negotiation capacity.
The ninth annual GNC took place from the 6-9 July 2022 at the University of Zurich. The conference included workshops and presentations on theoretical and practical aspects of negotiation before culminating in a simulation on negotiating an international space treaty.