Clare Coburn of Melbourne’s La Trobe Law School recently spoke Australia’s National Radio where she explained the need of receptive listening in our relationships and within our institutions.
And you may care to read this piece on Love, Care, and the Inevitable Arguments: mediators can provide a welcome rational approach to realities of elder care.
And go here for the University of North Dakota’s Jim Antes where he speaks about the role of a transformative mediator to empower parties to make decisions on their own and how mediation can impact the relationships between individuals and groups in family, corporate, and international
Finally, The Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation’s Fall Newsletter is just out.
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OK, take a look at:
“Two Pictures of the Future: ADR in the New Millennium” by Robert A. Baruch Bush
“Choosing to Make Choices for the Mediation Field” by Dorothy J. Della Noce
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