12.12.2016: Mock Mediation – Video Mediation Demonstration

12.12.2016: Mock Mediation – Video Mediation Demonstration

Mock Mediation – Video Mediation Demonstration

When – Monday 12th December 2016

Where – Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/498417605

What time – from 12.30 pm (EDST)  with the mediation demonstration starting at 12.45 (EDST)

How to book:  Click here to go to the Eventbrite Event Booking System event

Event Cost: This is a free event 

During the booking  process there is the option to make a donation to support the work of Interact Support in providing Family Dispute Resolution and Mediator Facilitated Negotiation services for people who “slip between the cracks” in government funded mediation services and due to hardship can not afford to pay for private Family Dispute Resolution services.

About the Host

Mediation Institute is one of the largest national providers of the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Qualification required to become a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.

Established in 2013 Mediation Institute won the eLearning Excellence Award in 2014 for their innovative and engaging approach to delivering skills training through online learning. Mediation Institute was founded on the principals of flexibility, accessibility and innovation and makes extensive use of live video role plays for student skills development.

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13.12.2016: Interact Support Open Day

13.12.2016: Interact Support Open Day

Interact Support is a not-for-profit established to support programs designed to reduce and resolve interpersonal conflict. The Interact Support mission is to help prevent family violence and workplace bullying from occurring through dispute resolution and education programs.

Open Day

The open day provides the opportunity to meet the people who run Interact Support and find out more about the innovative programs designed to help people who are not eligible for other services.

Logistics

When – the last day of the Mediation Awareness Week 13th December 2016

Where – Level 13 / 200 Queen Street, Melbourne

What time:  Between 11 am and 2 pm with  case studies, presentations, discussions and conversations about the issues, the solutions and everything in between.

How to book:  Book on our Facebook Event or contact us if you won’t use Facebook. 

 

7.12.2016: Conference Presentation at the STOP Domestic Violence Conference 2016

7.12.2016: Conference Presentation at the STOP Domestic Violence Conference 2016

Joanne Law, Director of Studies for Mediation Institute and Program Manager for the Interact Support, Court-Support Program, looks at the untapped potential for Mediation and Family Dispute Resolution in helping to prevent family violence incidents between high conflict family members.

  • Federal Circuit Court data shows that 52% of Parenting Order applications are going to court with a family violence exemption application avoiding the need to attend Family Dispute Resolution.
  • Many of the people who are issued a 60i Certificate indicating that Family Dispute Resolution is unsuitable do not have the financial resources to go to court to attempt to get an order regarding parenting.  Many find that they need $10,000 to $20,000 to commence their family law applications with a lot more money required if their case goes through to trial.
  • Enforcing court orders requires a return to court, and more money and time spent on attempting to force a reluctant compliance with court orders.

Joanne will talk about alternative ways that mediation and Family Dispute Resolution can be used to help reduce and resolve some of this conflict and avoid more incidents of family violence.

 

7.12.2016: Display Booth at the Australian Stop Domestic Violence Conference

7.12.2016: Display Booth at the Australian Stop Domestic Violence Conference

Visit Us at the Conference

The Australian Mediation Awareness Week will launch at the STOP Domestic Violence Conference in Brisbane on the 7th December 2016.

The Conference at the Mecure in Brisbane runs from the 5th to the 7th of December.

The stated purpose of the conference is to improve the focus and awareness on the effects of Domestic and Family Violence within Australia.

With a focus on building skills and collaboration the conference will include discussions and presentations around policy, research and practice emphasising innovation and emerging responses.

Our focus will be on how to use the skills of mediators to help reduce family violence and improve family safety.

Register for the Conference

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