Fellowship Cohort 1 Collection of Individual Blog articles
Experience #MediatorsAsSpeakers At The National Fellowship Certificate 2021 For Mediators in Kenya
WASILIANAHUB is honored in partnership with The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), The American Spaces Moi and Mediate BC Canada, and the dedicated Coaches to host Cohort 1 of Kenya’s first FREE 5-Months Fellowship National Certificate for Mediators in Kenya!
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Editorial Team Note (WHNF2021-101): The article reflects the Author’s opinion. This article was first posted on the Mediation & Dispute Resolution (MDR) Professionals blog wasilianahubmediators.co.ke.
#ADRTOMORROW For Africa Digest Contents:
101.0. CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION IN FAMILY DISPUTES THROUGH MEDIATION AND ODR by Emerald Midega
101.1. CUT TREES, BROKEN CORALS AND MEDIATORS by Sarah Ater
101.2. EMPLOYEE-EMPLOYER MEDIATION IN THE BANKING SECTOR IN KENYA by Pauline Wahinya
101.3. MEDIATION AND DEVOLUTION IN KENYA: A CASE FOR MEDIATION CENTRES IN ALL COUNTIES by Minnie Mang’eli
101.4. INTEGRATION OF PROFESSIONAL MEDIATORS IN THE CHIEF’S OFFICE IN KAPSERTON LOCATION, NANDI COUNTY IN KENYA by Sellah Ruto
101.5. THE PLACE OF MEDIATION IN ACCESS TO JUSTICE - A KENYAN PERSPECTIVE by Phyllis Wangwe
101.6. OPENING A MEDIATION OFFICE IN THARAKA NITHI COUNTY IN KENYA by Christine Ndilo Kakyema
101.7. IMPACT OF GRIEF ON THE MEDIATION PROCESS by Patricia Oketch
101.8. CHILD-INCLUSIVE MEDIATION: THE INVOLVEMENT OF CHILDREN IN THE PROCESS OF MANDATORY FAMILY MEDIATION by Margaret Ngatia
CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION IN FAMILY DISPUTES THROUGH MEDIATION AND ODR
by Emerald Midega
CUT TREES, BROKEN CORALS AND MEDIATORS
“Mediators can facilitate the process as people plan and distribute resources helping them focus on sustainability.”
By Sarah Ater.
EMPLOYEE-EMPLOYER MEDIATION IN THE BANKING SECTOR IN KENYA -
“On the downside, honest, hardworking, and law-abiding bankers have also fallen victim to wrong accusations, dismissal without benefits, and at times jail sentences. Mediation can prevent such issues if well employed.”
By Pauline Wahinya
MEDIATION AND DEVOLUTION IN KENYA: A CASE FOR MEDIATION CENTRES IN ALL COUNTIES
“Stakeholders should take the opportunity to lobby the Judiciary and the County Governments to establish mediation centres and to create awareness to demystify the mediation process and the benefits to the public thereof.”
By Minnie Mang’eli
INTEGRATION OF PROFESSIONAL MEDIATORS IN THE CHIEF’S OFFICE IN KAPSERTON LOCATION, NANDI COUNTY IN KENYA
“Therefore integration of professional mediators at the Chief’s office would enable the community to access professional services since mediators apply cardinal rules which influence their practical work.”
By Sellah Ruto
THE PLACE OF MEDIATION IN ACCESS TO JUSTICE - A KENYAN PERSPECTIVE
“Access to justice is more than just about presence of formal courts in a country but also entails the opening up of the formal systems and legal structures to the marginalised, removal of legal, financial and social barriers.”
By Phyllis Wangwe
OPENING A MEDIATION OFFICE IN THARAKA NITHI COUNTY IN KENYA
“Tharaka Nithi County has many civil cases of land, misunderstanding due to farming and zero grazing. Hence the mediation office will serve the local people.”
By Christine Ndilo Kakyema
IMPACT OF GRIEF ON THE MEDIATION PROCESS
“Understanding the impact of grief is relevant in the mediation process because each person coming to a mediation may not be at the same place in terms of processing their loss.”
By Patricia Oketch
CHILD-INCLUSIVE MEDIATION THE INVOLVEMENT OF CHILDREN IN THE PROCESS OF MANDATORY FAMILY MEDIATION
“The common practice has been that parents attend mediation without their children. As a mediator and a counsellor, I'm strongly persuaded that children are involved in the process of family change.”
By Margaret Ngatia
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