Journal article

Two way learning and culturally appropriate mediation training in remote communities

1 Jan 2013
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The potential benefits of training Indigenous people living in remote and regional communities in the skills of mediation, negotiation and facilitation has been recognised by a number of reports and discussion papers on alternative dispute resolution ('ADR') and Indigenous people.1 These benefits have been said to include a likely decrease in long-term disputation through the creation of culturally effective dispute resolution services and the strengthening of governance and decision-making structures. However, there have, to our knowledge, been relatively few instances of mediation and other ADR training occurring in remote communities in the Northern Territory ('NT').

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ISBN: 
1328-5475
Volume: 
8
Issue: 
No. 4
Publication Place: 
Sydney, NSW
Language: 
English
Published year only: 
2013
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