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Mediators Like Online Mediation and Other Verifiable Facts

It is common to hear people observe, reflecting on the pandemic, that things will never go back to the way they were. There is certainly good reason to believe that virtual meetings are now a fact of life. If you “zoom” you are either moving fast or teleconferencing on Zoom, capitalization optional, according to the …

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7 Keys: Data—Develop a Negotiation Index

Folklore was the class at university that fundamentally altered how I view the world. It was taught by a certain Professor Alan Dundes[2] who was internationally known – and notorious – for a number of his essays and books about various human traditions. For those in the USA in those years, perhaps the most controversial …

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A snapshot of North America—Release of the GPC North America Report

We have now released The GPC North America Report! The GPC North America Report is the eighth and final report in the suite of GPC North American reports. It provides a comparative analysis of the seven recently released, local reports. This means that for the first time in history, we have a comprehensive baseline for …

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What to wear? Mediator attire in international contexts

Arnaud Guyon, a graduate student in Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution at Salisbury University (Maryland, USA), recently conducted research into mediators’ attire and how this may affect the dispute resolution process. He has written the below article based on his research and findings to date. First and foremost, thank you to IMI for helping me …

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Request for Proposals: Global Pound Conference Series

Introduction Initiated by the International Mediation Institute (a not-for-profit organisation), the Global Pound Conference (GPC) Series 2016-17 will facilitate the development of 21st century commercial dispute resolution tools at domestic, regional and international levels. Launched in Singapore and finishing in London in 2017, the GPC Series convenes is a not-for-profit global project that convenes all stakeholders in dispute resolution – commercial parties,  chambers of …

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