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Sarah Ater

Strides in Court Annexed Mediation in Kenya

(5/23/19)Sarah Ater

This article discusses the progress of Court Annexed Mediation in Kenya since its inception three years ago. It also explains some of the steps taken to address the challenges faced.

Jody Sin

Enlisting the Involvement of Organizational Ombuds to Resolve Workplace Conflicts at Public Schools in Hong Kong

(5/08/19)Jody Sin

This article advocates the establishment of organizational ombuds by the Education and Development Bureau in Hong Kong to complement its current system to resolve workplace conflicts at public schools.

Jonathan Rodrigues

Safeguarding the Pillars of Mediation in India

(4/26/19)Jonathan Rodrigues

When mediating in India, adhering to the ‘four pillars’ is key.

Armita Azad

The Role of Mediation in Investor-State Disputes

(4/26/19)Armita Azad

Mediation should become more prominent than arbitration in the approach to investor-State disputes.

Leonardo Carpentieri

Brexit, Achmea and the Resolution of Intra-EU Disputes

(4/26/19)Leonardo Carpentieri

Dispute resolution across Europe is going through a period of significant turmoil.

Keri Morris

New Zealand Family Justice Puts Children First

(4/12/19)Keri Morris

The people of New Zealand can be confident that children and families are at the front of the minds of an independent panel on family justice based on the panel's first report released last month.

Ashish Kumar

Mediation in Ayodhya Dispute: Possibilities for Collaborative Resolution

(4/08/19)Ashish Kumar

This article discusses the importance of Judicial Mandate for Ayodhya Mediation.

Bruce Edwards

Interview with Bruce Edwards - The Future of Mediation and Mediation in India

(4/01/19)Bruce Edwards

This is an new of Bruce Edwards by Mediate.com Managing Editor Dr. Clare Fowler. Bruce discusses growth in the field of mediation generally and the growth of mediation in India specifically.

Jim Cormack

Time to Think About Jurisdiction and Look to Scotland

(4/01/19)Jim Cormack

It should be remembered that Scotland has so much genuine quality to offer this market with the business, revenue, employment and other benefits which it can bring to the economy of Scotland as a leading service provider.

Arjun Pal

The Impact of Mediation in India

(3/08/19)Arjun Pal

How has mediation impacted India?

Ten Things Government Should Do to Make Mediation Effective in India

(3/08/19)Nikhil Ransingh

As a young republic, India and Indians have stepped up to the challenge and have successfully come within sniffing distance of setting up all the essential and necessary infrastructure that one has accustomed to associate with a modern, economic superpower of the 21st century.

Saakshi Jain

Use of Mediation During Divorce Proceedings in India

(3/08/19)Saakshi Jain

In this blog post, Saakshi Jain, student, Amity University, Lucknow Campus writes about Mediation, a must and compulsory process in India. This post also covers the need, advantages, and disadvantages of mediation and its impact on Indian divorces.

Mediation As An Effective ADR Mechanism

(3/03/19)Anveksha Padhye

In this article, Anveksha Padhye does a critical analysis on whether mediation is an effective ADR mechanism or not.

Robyn Jacobsen

A Strong Foundation in Canadian Collaborative, Consensus Processes

(2/15/19)Robyn Jacobsen

Why is collaboration so important in today’s world?

Peter Adler

New Interview with Peter Adler - The Future of Mediation and Negotiation in Our Culture, Politics and Society

(2/14/19)Peter Adler

This is a new interview with public policy mediation leader Peter Adler by Robert Benjamin as part of Mediate's new "The Future of Mediation and Negotiation in Our Culture, Politics and Society" video series.

Sharon Sutherland

Canadian Business: 5 Ways Co-Mediating Benefits Your Own Mediation Business

(2/10/19)Sharon Sutherland

Mentoring and co-mediating have been fundamental aspects of my mediation work since my first experiences in Toronto some 19 years ago.

Michael Erdle

Canadian Ombudsman Impartiality Is a Delicate Balance

(2/01/19)Michael Erdle

The recent announcement that another major Canadian bank is withdrawing from the national banking ombudsman service in favour of a private dispute resolution service for customer banking complaints raises interesting questions about independence and impartiality.

Jeffrey Benz

A Glimpse into the Future of Alternative Dispute Resolution in China

(1/25/19)Jeffrey Benz

ADR is growing, with more than 300 providers doing business in China and arbitration being regularly used.

Graham Ross

Online Dispute Resolution Moves to the Courts

(1/11/19)Graham Ross

The second half of 2018 has seen a marked increase in conferences including, if not focused solely on, developments in Online Dispute Resolution and online mediation.

Managing Editor

Indigenous Practices Can Bolster ADR

(1/09/19)Managing Editor

Indigenous practices can help resolve family disputes outside of the court system and need to be considered during high-conflict disputes, such as those involving land claims or natural resources, say lawyers and mediators that work with Indigenous communities.

Alia Ismail

Duality: A Natural Lifestyle, and Not a Catastrophe

(1/04/19)Alia Ismail

The existence of duality is not only natural, but could be converted to an asset.

Katherine Graham

The £1 Million Investigation

(1/03/19)Katherine Graham

A lack of attention to investigating an accusation of assault has cost King’s College NHS Foundation Trust a reported £1 million payout.

Nicole Wilmet

My Favorite Resource Featuring Peter Salem

(12/28/18)Nicole Wilmet

My Favorite Resource, features interviews with our court ADR friends across the country to learn about their favorite resource. This month, Resource Center Director Nicole Wilmet spoke with Peter Salem, Executive Director of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts to learn about his favorite resource.

Michael A. Zeytoonian

Peacemaking: The Fulfillment of the Legal Profession

(12/23/18)Michael A. Zeytoonian

"If you want to make peace with your enemy then work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner." ~ Nelson Mandela

Dan Simon

Self-Imposed Ground Rules: The Only Kind Worth Having

(12/23/18)Dan Simon

“You might be wrong. Your voice can be big. Genuinely listen.”

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