In the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend, I can’t think of a better time to evaluate how much of a part I play in the peaceful resolution of conflict or think of a better way to evaluate Dr. King’s legacy of nonviolence, than to discuss mediation.
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. . . From Gini Nelson's Blog Engaging Conflicts This is an abstract from his 2005 article: The Promise and Perils of Collaborative Law: Getting people to use an interest-based...By John Lande
First Published by Bond Dispute Resolution News 8 Volume 17 June 2004“Failing to prepare, is preparing to fail.” Introduction Mediation and conciliation are forms of “assisted decision-making” (ADM) or “assisted...By John Wade