Monthly Archives: March 2012

I found this article on Parkour and Conflict Management by Anastasis Pryanikova particularly thought provoking for practitioners of Alternative Dispute Resolution and well worth sharing. Conflict Coaching is about assisting individuals to identify their own patterns of behaviour when in conflict and those of the other person. With this awareness they can then choose new and constructive ways ...

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I listened to Rachel Fehily this morning in an interview on The John Murray Show about Separating couples and Martial Breakdown. Rachel has written a book called ‘Break Up Don’t Crack Up’. I think this sounds like an excellent handbook for anybody going through a separation and a great tool for family mediators in this area to recommend to their clients. Rachel appears to take a very ...

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We welcome the Government approval for the general scheme of a Mediation Bill, presented the Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence Mr. Alan Shatter, T.D. and published last Thursday.This represents an important development in the advancement of mediation in Ireland as an alternative dispute resolution process. The introduction of a Mediation Bill will help to give expression in Ireland ...

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