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Latest updates on emerging trends, issues and concerns within mediation. We will be taking a more campaigning stance on quality and standards across mediation.

OPP Research on Business Cost of Conflict

23rd October 2008

Business psychologist firm OPP have conducted extensive global research on the business costs of conflict. The report, jointly authored with the CIPD, adopts a positive attitude to the nature and role of conflict in organisations.

IMI Mediator Competency Standards

22nd October 2008

The International Mediation Institute (IMI) has recently set out its mediator standards and certification programme. The IMI has been created as an international public policy initiative.

Cardiff Trading Standards offers free Mediation Service

15th October 2008

The new pilot scheme provides free mediation services for consumers and businesses. The service also includes ´business to business´ disputes.

EHRC invite tender for Mediation / Conciliation service

18th August 2008

The Equality & Human Rights Commission have extended their Disability Rights Conciliation Service (DCS).

Workplace Mediation Survey – CIPD

30th July 2008

The CIPD survey reveals that most widely adopted practice for handling conflict is the training of HR managers (80%). Mediation is written into policies on diversity, harassment or bullying in nearly half (46%) of organisations.

Mediator´s Confidentiality – court subpoenas Mediator

29th July 2008

Confidentiality is one of the foundation stones of mediation. Such confidentiality has long been respected by parties, professionals and courts. However, there is an increasing fear that such boundaries are being tested.

Gibbons Review & The Employment Bill

8th July 2008

The influence of the Gibbons Review with its push for mediation is still being eagerly awaited. The Employment Bill is currently subject to parliamentary consideration.

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