FAMA Methodology presents project on the art of negotiation

On the occasion of the anniversary of the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords, FAMA Methodology presents the project: 

Knowledge Transfer Module
The Dayton Peace Accords
The Art of Negotiation: How to End a War

which summarizes their entire previous work on this topic.

The Dayton Peace Accords, signed in 1995, can be seen as a complex political and legal document, but also as a testimony to the art of negotiation, which ended the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

FAMA Methodology has focused on the art of negotiation by mapping the intricate matrix of the 'U.S. Shuttle Diplomacy' and 'Proximity Peace Talks' at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH. The goal of the project is to contextualize and visualize the events that marked the end of the 20th century and that continue to shape the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is intended to help present and future generations understand the causes and consequences of the peace agreement.

The approach of FAMA Methodology to this topic began in 1997 and gradually developed through individual projects dealing with the Dayton Peace Accords from different perspectives and in various multimedia formats. Each of these projects was presented as a standalone education model in a production format suited to its time.

The project is presented on the websites: famacollection.org and famamethodology.net
and through social media: Facebook: facebook.com/famamethodology; Instagram: instagram.com/fama_methodology; Twitter: twitter.com/famamethodology; YouTube: youtube.com/famamethodology

For all inquiries and additional information, please contact us at: info@famamethodology.net