bMediation

European projects

bMediation takes part in the Mediation meets Judges project co-funded by the European Commission with the support of BECI.

Mediation meets Judges foresees the organization of 40 workshops where judges and mediation practitioners can meet in 7 European countries. A set of tools will be developed and discussed with concerned judges. The project focuses on the promotion of mediation in civil and commercial disputes and the increase of judicial referral of disputes to mediation by providing judges with a "direct" knowledge about mediation and a practical toolkit.

The project's partners aim at building new opportunities for improving networking between judges and mediation practitioners in a long-lasting way and at creating a virtuous circle that, by means of exchange of information and experiences, will develop stable and sustainable results.

a mediation story reduit

 

bMediation takes part in the Go to Mediation! project co-funded by the European Commission with the support of BECI.

Go to Mediation! is a project implemented by mediation centres in 9 European Countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Romania, Spain and... Belgium. The project focuses on the promotion of mediation in civil and commercial disputes; the improvement of access to justice; the improvement of contacts, exchange of information and networking between mediation practitioners.

Project objectives are reached through:

  • a large scale awareness raising campaign (toolkit, seminars, media),
  • a European clearing house for cross-border B2B conflicts,
  • a reinforced cohesion between European practicioners (best practices exchange, quality standards, mutual recognition),
  • quality information and statistics and communication with policy makers.

What is mediation?

 

The consortium aims at creating high impact thanks to the large scale of the actions and the critical mass of practitioners and Chambers of Commerce involved. Project partners are:

The project started in January 2013 and will last 2 years.

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