Mediation in Turkey – Five Questions to … Neşe Önder

Nearly one year ago a new Mediation Act came into force in Turkey. Neşe Önder explains some key aspects.

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Five Questions to … Ramon Tena / Andorra

Andorra, located in the eastern Pyrenees Mountains and bordered by Spain and France, is discovering mediation. An interview with Ramon Tena.

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Teaching comparative perspectives in mediation?

Just recently found a (worth reading) article by Jacqueline Nolan-Haley, Professor of Law, at Fordham University School of Law titled “Teaching Comparative Perspectives in Mediation: Some Preliminary Reflections” (the article can be found here). There is definitely a growing interest in mediation at the international level. And it is a method that is still developing as a profession. In respect to the chances when dealing with comparative aspects of mediation in particular it would be interesting to know if such a perspective is already taught – either as a stand alone course or as a part of existing courses. If there are any experiences, please let me know (A.N.)