Ye-Min Wu

Negotiations Trainer & Mediator
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Singapore

Ye-Min Wu has over 15+ years of experience as a diplomat, having represented Singapore at the United Nations (UN), World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and World Trade Organization (WTO).
  • Ye-Min has chaired UN negotiations, and represented the Group of 77 and China in negotiations on sustainable development issues. She was also Singapore’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the WTO and WIPO.
  • She conducts workshops and lectures on negotiation and leadership in diplomacy, such as for the UN Institute for Training and Research, Johns Hopkins University, and Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Ye-Min is an accredited mediator. She was featured in The Hague Diplomacy Podcast on “Diplomacy and Multilateralism During & After COVID” (2021). She co-authored “Negotiating at the United Nations: A Practitioner’s Guide” (Routledge 2019), which is used as teaching material in various institutions.
  • She did her undergraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and Oxford University, and received her Master of International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

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