Publikationen


Verdacht auf sexuelle Gewalt - Fürsorgepflichten des klärenden Systems

In: Spektrum der Mediation 57/2015, Seite 13 - 16

In diesem Artikel möchte ich einen Einblick in meine derzeitige Sichtweise auf mediative Interventionsarbeit beim Aufkommen eines Verdachtes bzw. Vorwurfs sexueller Gewalt vermitteln. 

 



The "Advanced Guide to Mediation" was published within the framework of a project realised by DVV International and its Turkish partner Support to Life (STL) to assist Syrian and host community workers, NGO field workers and community leaders in better coping with immense challenges they face as a result of the Syrian refugee crisis.



Auswärtiges Amt und Initiative Mediation Support Deutschland IMSD: Identifying Mediation Entry Points In: Report of the Mediation Expert Meeting, 5th October 2015



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.



Dialogische Bottom Up-Feedbacks als zentrales Element Change begleitenden Konfliktmanagements. In: Konfliktdynamik 3/2014, S. 220 – 229



Dirk Splinter/ Christoph Lüttmann: Friedensmediation organisiert sich. Ein Überblick zu Institutionalisierung und wachsenden Strukturen In: Konfliktdynamik, 4/2014



Dirk Splinter/Ljubjana Wüstehube: From shared truths to joint responsibility (SHA:RE): Combining story-telling, dialogue and mediation as a means of trust-building within or between divided societies In: KOREA forum Special No. 2, Vol. 23, 2014



Dirk Splinter/Ljubjana Wüstehube: From shared truths to joint responsibility In: Perspektive Mediation, 2/2014



Bericht zur Konferenz Friedensmediation vom 25. November 2014 



This article is a practical guide for dealing with body language as a mediator. It is based on a constructivist understanding of body language that considers the majority of nonverbal signals as well as their interpretation as subjective; not universal. Building on this approach and the interdependence between inner attitude and bodily expression several tools in the three domains self-management, observation and interaction are presented.