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Did you know?
The Scottish Government has produced a Parenting Agreement for Scotland, designed to help separated parents work together in doing the best for their children. It covers important day-to-day matters like:
Living arrangements Keeping in touch School Holidays Health Money matters
The agreement is available here: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/112200/0027302.pdf
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New training and events have been added to our courses section, with events in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh throughout 2013.
Contact the office on 0131 556 1221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss attending any of the training.
On January 3, 2013 By admin
Mediation is famously ‘future focused’, so musing on the past tends to go against the grain. But as I say to clients, sometimes we have to talk about what has happened in order to learn from it. So, at the end of three years as Chair of the Network, it seems right to peek back…Continue Reading →
Robin brings extensive experience of public and third sector management and governance along with a passion for mediation shown through his work as a mediator and his advanced mediator status.
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Join the Scottish Mediation Network in celebrating World Conflict Resolution Day 18th October 2012.
Every year on the third Thursday of October, World Conflict Resolution Day is celebrated. This year, the Scottish Mediation Network would like to hear your personal stories of success, where conflict has been resolved in Scotland and beyond. The best stories…Continue Reading →
The Hindu has reported on the inauguration of the mediation training programme for judicial officers of Tiruchi district in India. Justice B. Rajendran, Judge at Madras High Court, explained the benefits of mediation and the way in which referrals can be made. The judge highlighted “active participation by the parties in terms of agreement” as the…Continue Reading →