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Mediation Practice and Regulation - Achievements and Challenges

Nordic Conference
Mediation Practice and Regulation - Achievements and Challenges
The Ceremonial Hall (Festsalen), University of Copenhagen,
Main Building, Frue Plads 4, DK-1168 Copenhagen K and
Bispetorv Annex, Bispetorvet 1-3, DK-1167 Copenhagen K,
19 to 20 January 2017

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to a Nordic mediation conference in Copenhagen on 19-20 January 2017.

Our goal is to provide practitioners and researchers the chance to exchange knowledge and experience from various forms of mediation. The expected benefit is to increase the practical relevance of mediation research and to contribute to more effective mediations in practice.

Mediation is gaining ground in more and more areas and the field is moving towards increased professionalization of mediators. This makes normative considerations increasingly important. The understanding of concepts such as justice, ethics, equality, etc. is also important in assessing when mediation is successful. The conference will try to create a fertile framework for discussions of these topics and address issues such as regulation of mediation, professionalization of mediation, international mediation etc.

Format: The conference will combine plenary sessions with a number of keynote speakers and smaller parallel sessions. See speakers below, links to their presentations are highlighted:


Nordic Conference Mediation Practice and Regulation - Achievements and Challenges (pdf)

Price: DKK 1850 before VAT (2,312.50 incl. VAT)

Registration: The conference is sold out. You can put your name on the waiting list (In Danish).

The maximum number of participants: 130.

Hotel: Conference participants may book rooms. Read more

Organizers: Professor, Dr.Juris. Vibeke Vindeløv and Associate Professor, PhD Lin Adrian, Master in Mediation, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen.

Time: 19 to 20 January 2017

Conference language:
The conference language is Danish (and other Scandinavian languages), but a number of presentations will be in English.

Location: University of Copenhagen

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