Our partners are vital to the success of the Global Negotiation Conference. Support can come in a range of forms from financial, technical or administrative. If your organisation is interested in becoming a sponsor or partner to the GNC then please get in contact for more information.

The Chair of Political Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, University of Zurich is led by Professor Francis Cheneval. The research of the chair focuses upon the foundations of political thinking and of political action dealing with basic issues of human existence and the structure of practical rationality, including questions of human nature, action theory, and norm theory.

The Chair of Negotiation and Conflict Management (NECOM) was established in summer 2013 and is a part of ETH Zurich's Department of Management, Technology, and Economics (D-​MTEC). The establishment of the chair followed the appointment of State Secretary and Ambassador Prof. Dr. Michael Ambühl by the ETH-​Board. The chair's mission is to develop a profound understanding of and practicable solution concepts for negotiation and conflict processes, using mathematical and computer-​based models, and to transfer knowledge to students, the academic community and practitioners. 

The Mercator Foundation Switzerland is a private foundation that supports and initiates projects in the fields of science, children and young people and the environment. The Mercator Foundation Switzerland has been a generous supporter of the GNC since its inception.​​

Founded in 1683, Brill is a publishing house with a rich history and a strong international focus. The company’s head office is in Leiden, (The Netherlands) with a branch office in Boston, Massachusetts (USA). Brill’s publications focus on the Humanities and Social Sciences, International Law and selected areas in the Sciences. Brill publications also include the imprints Brill | Nijhoff, Hotei and Global Oriental. Brill is the publisher of the leading journal on negotiation International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice.

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