Experten zur Zertifizierungsverordnung: Ljubjana Wüstehube und Dirk Splinter – inmedio Berlin

Mediation aktuell im Gespräch mit renommierten ExpertInnen

Zur Zertifizierungsverordnung wurden Ljubjana Wüstehube und Dirk Splinter in der Reihe "Mediation aktuell im Gespräch mit renommierten ExpertInnen" von "Mediation aktuell" erscheinend im Wolfgang Metzner Verlag interviewt. Die Verordnung über die Aus- und Fortbildung von zertifizierten Mediatoren (ZMediatAusbV) – erlassen vom Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz (BMJV) – steht weiterhin im Fokus zahlreicher Veranstaltungen und Diskussionen.
Wie wird die Verordnung von MediatorInnen, AusbilderInnen, GüterichterInnen oder RechtsanwältInnen bewertet?
Der vollständige Text und weitere Interviews sind auf der Verlagsseite zu finden.

Federal Foreign Office & Initiative Mediation Support Deutschland (IMSD): Conference Report, 2017

Fact Sheet: Basics of Mediation

Federal Foreign Office and the Initiative Mediation Support Deutschland (IMSD), Fact Sheet Series "Peace Mediation and Mediation Support", January 2017.

From shared truths to joint responsibility. Training Manual for Mediators and Dialogue Facilitators. Berlin/Kathmandu, 2017.

This manual has been developed to enable the wider distribution of the sha:re approach of dialogue facilitation within the Nepali society. It is designed for Nepali trainers who are supposed to train facilitators ans mediators using this approach. However, it is not restricted to the Nepali context. We hope that this manual can inspire dedicated people in different parts of the world who assist peaceful settlements of conflicts and support reconciliation within societies. We would be more than happy, if this contributes even in a small way to reducing resentment and mistrust, rooted in the past, in different ethnic, social and religious backgrounds or gender.

This is a practical manual for trainers. It is designed as a 10-day training workshop. Nevertheless, it is also possible to use the individual exercises separately. The aim of the 10-day training is twofold: First, the participants in this training shall be enabled to facilitate dialogue groups (according to the sha:re approach); second, they shall be enabled to conduct mediations in families, neighborhoods and communities.



Ljubjana Wüstehube, Laura Hunder: Selbststärkung und Integration im Dialog. Erfahrungen mit Peer-Mediation, Storytelling und Traumaarbeit In: Perspektive Mediation, 2/2016

Auswärtiges Amt und die Initiative Mediation Support Deutschland: Fact Sheet-Reihe: Friedensmediation und Mediation Support, 2016   

inmedio berlin: Biennial Report 2014-2015

In: Pankaj Adhikari/Subhash Ghimire/Vidyadhar Mallik (eds.), Nepal Transition to Peace. A Decade of the Comprehensive Peace Accord 2006-2016.

"From shared truths to joint responsibility" (sha:re) is an approach for interpersonal dialogue, which was co-designed by a groups of Nepali facilitators and the athors of this article in the framework of a project to support ex-combatants. It combines mediation with dialogue and dealing with the past by making use of story telling methodology.

The manual primarily adresses mediation practitioners, enabling them to deepen their knowledge gained during the training sessions. Even though it was published within the context of the Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey to support community workers and local leaders, it can also be usesd as basic reference and working guide in other regions and settings.

Dirk Splinter, Ljubjana Wüstehube:
Systemische Denkweisen in der Friedensmediation oder: Wie fängt man ein Huhn?
In: Perspektive Mediation, 4_2015