Introduction to Basic Mediation

About this Project

Third-parties are increasingly being used by people in conflict, both domestically and internationally, to help them resolve their differences. Mediation is an impartial, voluntary and confidential process that facilitates problem-solving and helps parties to a conflict develop solutions that meet everyone’s needs.

In this highly experiential course, graduate students are introduced to the basic principles of mediation; learn how to engage parties in a conflict and set up the mediation space; how to listen and gather information by disaggregating positional statements; framing and listing problems to resolve; brainstorming and developing solutions; and writing sustainable agreements.

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Skills: 
Mediation
Country: 
United States
Year: 
2015 - ongoing

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Stevenson, MD 21153
USA
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