Mediation World (www.mediationworld.net) - Global non-profit resource for mediators, students, ngos, lawyers, governments and all others those interested in conflict resolution

Mediation World is designed to make  up-to-date information on mediation developments in every country available for free – e.g. news, articles, legislation, mediation schemes, research, training, conferences, courses, blogs, podcasts, etc.

 

The site is fundamentally a global collaboration of mediation organisations and experts, all participating to share knowledge, experience and information, and in turn receive profile.   It is a dynamic resource for any dispute resolution student or professional and provides access to the widest range of mediation developments around the world.

 

We depend on leading mediation organisations to submit relevant mediation news, papers, training events, conferences, undergraduate and postgraduate courses, etc., as and when they become available, which we then upload onto the site.  Each news item, conference, article, etc., is credited to the author and brings heightened profile to the country of origin.   

Along with others in your country, you can:

    • publicise your events globally - conferences, training courses, etc – through global events calendars
    • circulate your own institution’s newsletter or articles globally through the site, and also to the weekly email to all site subscribers
    • publicise news, articles, podcasts, papers, etc. globally
    • submissions are welcome in ANY language

In exchange, we encourage you to visit the site and register your email address to receive our free weekly newsletter.  We hope you will join us in helping expand this unique resource.  

 see http://mediationworld.net

All the best,

 

Allie Malkin 

Editor

Mediation World

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Tags: articles, conferences, conflict, mediation, news, resolution, training

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Comment by anantha on September 6, 2011 at 11:57pm

beloved friends dont think that if u having Phd OR PRESTIGIOUS degree may not quantify ur knowledge..anybody can write and publish article..do activism , minkle with people learn with them live with them..policy adovocay and reserach aisttence became escapism.we have to work hard then each media come up your hand , no need to foloow them..

Comment by Djarot Santoso on September 6, 2011 at 12:36am
This is a good idea. I am a Sociologist, have gotten MA and Honorary Ph.D degrees. Now I am the Chairman of NGO called "W ISATA MANDIRI". that have activities in trainings, research and paper writing. I have a lot of experiences related to conflict mediation. I hope we can sharing those .
Comment by Dr. Don John O. Omale (PhD) on September 5, 2011 at 12:15pm

Good project. I holds PhD in Restorative Justice & Victimology. Mediation (VOM) is key in my training, research and teaching. Keep it up!

Comment by ALFREDO F. TADIAR on September 5, 2011 at 11:00am

I am the Chair of the ADR Department of the Philippine Judicial Academy and engaged in many training activities related to mediation. I am greatly interested to avail of the rich resources that you offer.

 

Alfredo F. Tadiar

aftadiar@yahoo.com

Comment by Dr. Samuel Appiah-Marfo on September 5, 2011 at 10:26am

A very good resource!

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