World Mediation Forum – Luxembourg – 9 to 11 July 2019
Mediation, a transversal approach
with multiple purposes
10th Congress of the WORLD MEDIATION FORUM
9 to 11 JULY 2019
Maison du Savoir – Campus Belval
UNIVERSITY of LUXEMBOURG
The World Mediation Forum’ s organizing committee
is calling for paper proposals
Deadline to send your proposal:
20 January 2019
10th Conference World Mediation Forum
How to become an international mediator
When parties select a mediator for conflicts with cross-border dimensions, the mediator should be accredited/recognized in all affected jurisdictions. Indeed, national jurisdictions may e.g. provide that the mediated settlement cannot be homologated in the local jurisdiction unless the mediator is considered as an accredited/recognized mediator in the meaning of domestic law (and practices).
It was in this context that the European Commission decided to support the launch of the so-called EMTPJ project in 2010. EMTPJ is an intensive mediation training program under which international facilitative mediation standards and techniques are trained to future cross-border mediators.
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The European Mediation Training for Practitioners of Justice (EMTPJ)
The EMTPJ project was created in 2010 by the Association for International Arbitration (AIA) IVZW, with support from the European Commission. Its aim is to train cross border (facilitative) mediators to resolve civil and commercial conflicts. The training is unique in the sense that it comprises various conditions for mediator accreditation applicable in different jurisdictions (both public and private accreditation conditions). In such way, the EMTPJ mediation training adds to the free movement of mediators within Europe and even beyond.
The training consists of 100 training hours, including mediation role games.
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