Alternative Dispute Resolution

The sentencing of Oscar Pistorius

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Tomorrow Oscar is sentenced. Friday we heard argument in mitigation of sentence and argument in aggravation of sentence. I have views on both. In the first place the presence of a self-confessed contract killer in court last week, who previously made a deal with Gerrie Nel which bought him immunity from prosecution and the very […]

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Leading for Peace: Leadership Programs

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Leading for Peace: Leadership Program Johannesburg   Leaders learn to lead through the lens of restorative justice and peacemaking skills like mediation and managed dialogue. Also build courage and skills to interrupt injustice in order to work to build peace. Learn practical skills in community building and peacebuilding that can be applied within your sphere […]

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Reminder: Training Dates

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REMINDER: UPCOMINING TRAINING DATES   FIVE DAY ADR PROGRAM IN MEDIATION AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE DIALOGUE   Become an accredited mediator with ADR Network SA and The Access to Justice Association of Southern Africa. Upcoming dates are 13-17 October 2014 Bloemfontein 20-24 October 2014 Durban 27-31 October 2014 Cape Town 3-7 November Johannesburg Email: training@adr-networksa.co.za   […]

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One day workshops: Court Annexed Mediation

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Good day   We will be running a series of one day workshops which will focus on specific requirements for upcoming Court Annexed Mediation. These will generally take place on the Thursday of our 5 day programs but other dates will be published from time to time. This is specifically to fortify existing forty hour […]

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Victory for ADR and Mediation

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“I generally operate in a space where my faith is way bigger than what I can see or even explain. But today we got to enjoy the fruits of our tenacity in court: illegal gathering and public violence matter diverted to mediation against significant odds Gratitude to the amazing work of power ACCESS TO JUSTICE […]