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New Year – New Beginnings for Mediation in England and Wales? author.

New Year – New Beginnings for Mediation in England and Wales?

As many will know, in England and Wales (E&W) since 2015 we have been digitising our Civil, Family, and Tribunal...

By Tony Guise
RSI Report Examines N.H. Eviction Mediation Program: Agreement Numbers Hold, but More Tenants Move Out After Rental Support Ends author.

RSI Report Examines N.H. Eviction Mediation Program: Agreement Numbers Hold, but More Tenants Move Out After Rental Support Ends

RSI recently completed an evaluation of New Hampshire’s statewide Eviction Diversion program. Begun in 2021, this voluntary program provides landlords and residential...

By Jasmine Henry
Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Tim Hicks author.

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Tim Hicks

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Video Conversation Project In this episode, Tim and Michael Lang talk about Tim’s book, Embodied Conflict:...

By Tim Hicks, Michael Lang
Scapegoating and other fallacious fun author.

Scapegoating and other fallacious fun

Mediators are well acquainted with parties blaming one another for problems.  Scapegoating in particular can get in the way of...

By Laura May
Challenge to Mediators: Describe Your Mediation System author.

Challenge to Mediators: Describe Your Mediation System

Charlie Irvine is the Course Leader on the University of Strathclyde’s (Scotland) MSc/LLM in Mediation and Conflict Resolution and the...

By John Lande
What Makes Parties Trust a Mediator? author.

What Makes Parties Trust a Mediator?

For mediation to be successful, it is considered essential that the involved parties trust the mediator. Yet little research has...

By Jennifer Shack

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