Webinar | 29.8.2017 | Mediating with diversity of sex, gender and sexuality – taking “inclusion” from theory to practice by Dr Olivia Rundle
A number of the papers from the September 2016 National Mediation Conference 2016 have been released in the The 2016 NMC Special Issue of the Bond Law Review is now available FREE online:
For your convenience we’ve copied the links below
The Bond Law Review is a refereed journal that publishes articles, comments and notes on the whole spectrum of legal topics and issues. The BLR is published twice each year by the Bond Faculty of Law Review Editorial Committee.The current issue of Bond Law Review is available in hardcopy by subscription. All previous issues of this journal are available on this site.
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PDF Mediation Ethics and the Challenge of Professionalisation
PDF The Potential of Procedural Justice in Mediation: A Study into Mediators Understandings
Kathy Douglas and Jennifer Hurley
PDF “Sex, Gender, Sexuality and the Law: Social and legal issues faced by individuals, couples and families” (Thomson Reuters, 2016) ISBN: 9780455237503 by Samantha Hardy, Olivia Rundle and Damien W Riggs
Linda Fisher and Frances De Biasi
Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal (ADRJ) is also available for purchase see below.
Please also see the advertisement for the special conference edition of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal (ADRJ), which is also available. You will find the relevant information about the authors and their articles as well as how to purchase the special conference edition in the links below:
We would like to start a monthly peer supervision group to help support members in practice.
If there is demand we would be happy to host a group or groups for NMAS Mediators and also for FDR Practitioners.
To provide a no cost opportunity for members to meet via Video Meeting on a regular basic to discuss case work and develop peer networks
Monthly meeting on a regular timeline e.g the 1st Tuesday of the month. Or would you like to arrange for the next meeting each meeting to provide greater flexibility?
Is daytime or evening the best? Do you want to carve time out of your day for peer supervision or is outside normal work hours more likely to work?
Video of the Webinar held on the 22nd June 2017. What happens after the agreement is reached?
Example Heads of Agreement Document for FDR
Parenting Plan Worksheet – Parenting Play Worksheet.doc