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  • Website updates – menus and forums May 24, 2019
    Based on feedback and with a view to enhancing navigability, we have made some changes to the main menu of our website. You will see that ‘Practitioners’ has been replaced with ‘Individuals’, and ‘QAPs’ and ‘Training’ have been replaced with ‘Organisations’. All information for individuals can now be found under the ‘individuals’ menu, and allContinue […]
    Laura Skillen
  • Call for feedback – “IMI Accreditation” May 16, 2019
    In January of this year, IMI launched the possibility for organisations to have their training programs recognised as meeting the high international standards established by IMI’s independent expert taskforce. These programs are known as ‘Certified Mediator Training Programs’ (CMTPs), and people who successfully complete such a program are to be known as ‘IMI Accredited’. TheContinue […]
    Laura Skillen
  • Moving Mediation Practice Forward— Is It Time for Certification? (Part Two) May 14, 2019
    This article continues from the first part, which you can read here. Is certification desired? In 2016 IMI published a Biennial Census Survey Report on the field of international mediation and ADR. Mediators and stakeholders were asked several questions about what professional development attributes are valued when selecting a mediator. When mediators were asked aboutContinue […]
    Deborah Masucci

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