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Meredith Preston McGhie

Meredith Preston McGhie

Meredith Preston McGhie has devoted more than 20 years to addressing conflict and instability in Africa and Asia in some of the most troubled situations. From working with the Naga in Northeast India and indigenous communities on the Thai-Myanmar border, to supporting peacemaking efforts in Kosovo, Northern Iraq, South Sudan, Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Nigeria and elsewhere, her work has straddled frontline negotiation, policy and diplomacy. She became the Global Centre for Pluralism’s Secretary General in October 2019. Most recently, as Africa Regional Director with the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, she oversaw the Centre’s complex mediation and dialogue efforts in Nigeria, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Sudan, Somalia and South Sudan, among other places. In the Kenyan National Dialogue and Reconciliation Process in 2007/08, she advised the Panel of Eminent African Personalities led by the late Kofi Annan. She has contributed annually to the Oslo Forum, a gathering of the world’s leading experts and policymakers in conflict resolution, and teaches mediation practice internationally.


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