A blog by Meena Waghray on Mediation, Conflict Resolution, and its relevance in todays world – to everyone.
Taste of Mediation, Mediation Skills for students. The students need to keep learning. It is not always in the classroom. The resources that are available today allow us to share knowledge outside the limited spaces of classrooms. They can learn the basics of almost anything and then make a choice about taking it further. ThisContinue reading “Online Mediation Skills for students so that they keep learning outside the classroom.”
[This was conducted in 2017 and it was not called Taste of Mediation. This post is from my FaceBook Memories] Another wonderful session of the Conflict Resolution workshop that I conducted at Jaigopal Garodia Rashtrotthana Vidyalaya, Kalyanagar, Bangalore. It was for the school teachers. It was full of laughter and fun. It was interestingContinue reading “Taste Of Mediation (Kannada/Telugu)”
Greetings from Outofcourt! Here are the details of the training and about the trainer. About the Workshops and why you must consider undergoing it. In these popular programs that you are looking at, you will acquire the practical skills and techniques for facilitating negotiations between disputing parties. You will discover effective ways to settle differencesContinue reading “Mediation Intensive Training and Trainer.”
Contributions are invited and accepted from all students, beyond age and gender, geography, and profession. (You do not have to be a law student, mediation is for everyone) If you wish to contribute to the blog, or intern with us to create content for out of court, you can reach out to us at email@example.com
This is an interaction on mediation for law students with the very curious first-year law student Arundhati Patkar, ILS Pune. Click here to listen. Mediate do not litigate.
Garbage and Litigation. Bangalore people faced a peculiar problem some time back. It was a garbage pickers strike that lasted for months I think. Well, it looked like that though. The plea to segregate garbage falls to deaf ears. Being in the court on one of those exhausting days, this connection got made. If oneContinue reading “Garbage and Litigation”
Mediation Intensive Training 26th, 27th and 28th of March 2020 What is Mediation? Mediation is the methodology which is confidential, where people in conflict can approach a neutral person who will facilitate a conversation between them in an unbiased manner and clear the path to resolve and restore peace. Most importantly mediation saves relationships. ConflictsContinue reading “Mediation Intensive Training 26th, 27th and 28th of March 2020”
Dr. Sharmila Bhat Gore had attended the mediation intensive with a sense of curiosity. She is a an Ayurveda doctor who helps her patients beyond the medication. She wanted to hone her skills to help better and explored the mediation option. Even though she knew about it she wanted an Indian version that she canContinue reading “Mediation Intensive (Indian Way) Feedback of Dr. Sharmila Bhat Gore.”
This is one of the first interviews on mediation by Meena Waghray, Chief Mediator at outofcourt.in. The interviewer Reshma Kurup works extensively with people and loves to engage with people with new ideas and likes to showcase them on her Fb page. Go ahead and ask any questions you may have on mediation in India
Topic: Mediation as an Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism (ADR). As a country whose judicial system is clogged with a staggering number of cases, we are reaching a breaking point where the judicial system will fail to deliver. It has now become imperative to find alternative means and mechanisms to provide relief. This is acknowledgedContinue reading “Lecture Series 2020 for students of Law in India”
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