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The Department of French
invites you to a seminar led by
ALAIN LEMPEREUR
(Professor of Conflict Resolution and Coexistence, Brandeis University, USA)
Negotiating in Europe:
Celebrating
François de Callières (1717-2017)

Venue: Galbraith Seminar Room, Trinity Long Room Hub
Date: Wednesday 24 May at 5 p.m.
The paper will be in English.

Alain Lempereur is an affiliated faculty and executive committee member of the Programme on Negotiation (PON) at Harvard Law School. His recent research and expertise address responsible negotiation and leadership, as well as humanitarian negotiation and mediation. In the past 25 years, in over 60 countries, he has conducted consulting missions and executive training for international organizations (eg. EU, FAO, ICRC, MSF, OCHA, OECD, NRC, UNDP, UNEP, UNITAR, WHO, WWF), national governments, global consulting firms (The Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey, etc.) and corporations (eg. Faurecia, Generact, Orange, Sanofi-Pasteur, Scientific-Atlanta, Vivendi). He belongs to the UN mediators' network. He established Essec Irene, a European negotiation institute that he led during fifteen years. He created the negotiation teaching at ENA (1997-2010) and at the European Commission (2004-2010). He also became the Essec Negotiation and Mediation Chair Professor. He was a visiting professor at Harvard University and lectured at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, the Afghan Institute of Diplomacy, the Algerian Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs, the Cameroon Institute of International Relations, the College of Europe, the Cyprus International Institute for Management, the Lebanese University, the Paris School of International Affairs, ParisTech, the UN University for Peace, the Universities of Brussels, Corsica, Mannheim, Mons, Paris II and V.
For further details, contact the organizer Dr Paule Salerno-O’Shea (psalerno@tcd.ie)