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Mediation

Mediation involves an intermediary – an impartial, or rather multipartial mediator – who helps clients attain a satisfactory result for all concerned and reached by mutual agreement.

The aim of mediation is to restore the (collaborative) relationship or terminate the relationship with minimal emotional and psychological harm.

Mediation is possible:

  • between people: neighbors, in schools, prisons, the army and hospitals, divorces, conflicts between partners or parents and children, between perpetrators and victims (restorative mediation)
  • between people and companies/organisations: insurance-related matters, labour conflicts, rent disputes between companies/organisations: disputes about delivery times or terms of payment, or patents
  • between companies/organisations: disputes about delivery times or terms of payment, or patents
  • within companies/organisations: labour disputes, conflicts about business succession, conflicts in teams
  • with government: labour disputes and employment-related absenteeism, policy mediation, objection procedures between citizens and government

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