Monday, 5 October 2009

VIDEO: CHILD PROTECTION MEDIATION

Filed under: Dispute resolution and negotiation,Film, video, audio,Finding or Becoming a mediator & FAQ — story spotted by Catherine Morris @ 07:49 PDT

Child Protection Mediation is a short video that describes the processes involved in child protection mediation. This video was developed by the B.C. Mediator Roster Society in partnership and consultation with the Dispute Resolution Office (Child Protection Mediation Program), Ministry of the Attorney General and the Ministry of Children and Family Development, BC.

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Tuesday, 9 December 2008

FAQ: A career in mediation or peacebuilding? How to find education or training

Filed under: Finding or Becoming a mediator & FAQ — Catherine Morris @ 12:54 PDT

Are you interested in working in areas of mediation and peacebuilding? For a list of education and training programs on conflict resolution and peacebuilding, see Directory of Resources and Programs for Education & Training in the field of dispute resolution, conflict transformation or peacebuilding.

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Thursday, 24 July 2008

“Fighting Fair Guide” | and the “12 Skills Summary”

Filed under: Finding or Becoming a mediator & FAQ — story spotted by Catherine Morris @ 16:43 PDT

Direct link to the Fighting Fair Guide

Direct Links to 12 Skills

See more resources on conflict resolution at www.peacemakers.ca/

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The copyright notice below applies to the 12 steps listed above.
© This CRN material can be freely reproduced provided this copyright notice appears on each page.

Conflict Resolution Network
PO Box 1016 Chatswood NSW 2057 Australia
Website www.crnhq.org

Ph +61 2 9419 8500
Fax +61 2 9413 1148
Email crn at crnhq.org

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FAQ: How can I find a mediator?

Filed under: Finding or Becoming a mediator & FAQ — administrator @ 16:42 PDT

There are several Canadian lists of mediators available on the sites of non-profit organizations dedicated to dispute resolution. Check out the following:

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FAQ: What is mediation? The Mediation Process

Filed under: Finding or Becoming a mediator & FAQ — Catherine Morris @ 16:38 PDT

To learn more about mediation processes, visit the following webpages:

1. See definitions of mediation, restorative justice and other “alternative dispute resolution” processes on the site of Peacemakers Trust.

2. See information about mediation on the website of the BC Mediator Roster Society.

3. See a Guide to Mediation on the website of the BC Attorney General’s Dispute Resolution Office.

4. See information about mediation on the website of the Saskatchewan Department of Justice’s Dispute Resolution Office.

5. See an Introduction to Restorative Justice on the website of Restorative Justice Online. Click on “restorative justice processes” to see some information about victim-offender mediation, restorative justice “conferencing” and other restorative justice practices.

6. See some articles about mediation compiled by Norman Pickell.

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FAQ: How do I become a mediator?

Filed under: Finding or Becoming a mediator & FAQ,Jobs, awards, opportunities — administrator @ 16:29 PDT

Q: I’d like to become a mediator. What should I do? Should I take a degree in dispute resolution or conflict resolution?

A: In Canada a degree may not provide training or credentials as a mediator. Check out the following to find out the required qualifications.

Obtaining these qualifications do not guarantee work as a mediator.

Catherine Morris
Director, Peacemakers Trust

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Rotary Centers for International Studies in peace and conflict resolution

Filed under: Finding or Becoming a mediator & FAQ,Jobs, awards, opportunities,Latin America & Caribbean — story spotted by Catherine Morris @ 07:45 PDT

Rotary Centers provide the opportunity to pursue a master’s degree in conflict resolution, peace studies, international relations, and related areas.



Rotary World Peace Fellowships are offered at six Rotary Centers, which operate in partnership with the following universities:

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