Integrated mediation Argentina The integrated mediation caught the eye of Alejandro Morris. He is an experienced mediator from Argentina and was interested in further training. He immediately liked the idea of ​​integrated mediation. He was impressed by the competence and the concept. So he got in touch and it became more. Contacting was very [...]

Nur-Sultan and mediation

A travelogue The title “Nur-Sultan and Mediation” indicates the topic of my mission in Kazakhstan. It has left cruicial impressions that are worth reporting on. When a mediator is on the mediation side, the focus is on phenomena that are often hidden from the normal tourist. My assignment was to hold a mediation seminar for [...]

By |2019-09-12T10:28:47+02:00September 12th, 2019|international projects, Leitartikel, Newsletter (en)|0 Comments

International Mediation Congress

Mediation is ready for take off. What’s about You? International Mediation Congress What’s about the development and use of mediation? Is it going well or not? This question is frequently asked after some researches and the evaluation of the mediation law in Germany. We will present surprising answers and proposals [...]

Integrated mediation Greece

Integrated mediation Greece A sensational first appearance of Integrated Mediation Greece presents itself at a lawyer’s conference in Larissa (Central Greece). Theoharis Angelidis, lawyer, mediator and representative of Integrated Mediation Greece has been persuasive. The Bar Association has become curious and has put integrated mediation on the agenda. […]

By |2018-12-19T17:02:54+01:00February 5th, 2018|History, international projects, Newsletter (en)|0 Comments

How to negotiate with terrorists from other cultures

Especially in reference to recent developments around Syria and the Middle East, we are bombarded with questions about the international events and caveats in negotiations with intercultural context. The following interview published by the magazine Kriminalpolizei (Criminal Investigation Department – CID) provides some answers on this complex issue: CID: What is the difference between negotiations in business [...]

By |2016-12-15T17:41:02+01:00October 6th, 2013|international projects, Newsletter (en)|0 Comments

CBM and International Mediation

CBM vs. international vs. intercultural Mediation The term CBM (cross-border mediation) has been established with the 2008 EU Mediation Directive (2008/52/EC). CBM mediators should be aware of the fact that the term is limiting the scope of using CBM, because it does not cover all international cases. CBM needs to be distinguished from the international [...]

By |2016-12-15T17:41:02+01:00October 4th, 2013|international projects, Newsletter (en)|0 Comments

Mediation in Europe

Overview of the Regulations on Mediation in Europe One of the results of the EuroNetMed project is the analysis of the state of legislation in the various countries of the EU. Here you will find information on the current state (May 2012) of regulations in Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, [...]