ADVANCED MEDIATION COURSE University of Florence, May 27-28, 2021 Online Edition
A course not to be missed is organized by the University of Florence School of Law on May 27-28, 2021. The course has an international orientation, brings in the department’s expertise in mediation and focuses on the importance of parties’ self-determination in mediation which might often in practice be overshadowed by goals such as reaching a satisfactory settlement or protecting a weak party or satisfy the success rates within the frame of a dispute management scheme.
The two-day event (course flyer) includes lectures by eminent scholars and experts from the University of Florence, the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation, the Italian Association of Transformative Mediation, Hofstra University School of Law (Hempstead, New York) etc and aims to offer delegates different views and case experience of the way self-determination is respected (or not) and how «directiveness» may vary in accordance with the neutral’s worldview and approach to different contexts of conflict.
The course is held in English and Italian with simultaneous translation and is valid to satisfy the mandatory biennial update for mediators and mediation trainers in Italy.
Delegates will be provided with a course certificate.
Conduct firstname.lastname@example.org to complete your registration by May 26, 2021.