Overcoming Barriers to Mediation

May 7th, 2018

A number of recent instructions for mediation services have not proceeded to mediation. It may be coincidence but it feels as though this is increasing.

We would welcome your views to help us understand the barriers to mediation that you experience so we can explore what more we, as a mediation services supplier, can be doing to help or do differently.

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The report was very professional, it dealt with all the issues raised and was particularly thorough. It clearly took the time to fully understand all of the issues and background. It was complex but the report really helped to break it down and I’m hoping we can progress in a positive manner following the recommendations.

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