IMI is pleased to announce that it is supporting the National Association of Mediators of Ukraine (NAMU) in their important efforts to build capacity of the mediation profession with a series of workshops on the topic of “Professional Ethics of Mediators: Enhancing the Quality of Mediation Services in Ukraine”.
IMI Ethics Committee Chair Professor Omer Shapira, Ono Academic College (OAC) Faculty of Law, Israel and IMI Certified Mediator Lynn Cole of BRDGES Academy, an IMI QAP will lead the workshops.
Beside country-specific topics, the upcoming workshops will also approach the topic more broadly:
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NAMU’s Code of Conduct in Context –
Evaluation & Discussion Part II Comparative Look: IMI Code of Conduct; The American Bar Association Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators (2005); The European Code of Conduct for Mediators
|15.12.2022, 14:00-18:00 EET break 15:45-16:15 EET||Dealing with Ethical Questions & Dilemmas Identifying Ethical Questions & Dilemmas; Analyzing Cases||
Omer Shapira together with Lynn Cole
|21.12.2022, 10:00-14:00 EET break 11:45-12:15 EET||Mechanisms for Ensuring Compliance with Codes of Conduct. The Goals of Professional Ethics; The Place of Sanctions & Enforcement; Investigating Complaints against Mediators; Disciplinary & Complaint Procedures||Professor
The workshops are held within the framework of the project “Strengthening the capacity of the community of mediators to form quality criteria for dispute resolution services in Ukraine” with the support of The Matra Program of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. More about the project here.
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