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Beyond Mediation: How South Africa’s ‘Other Mediation’ is Challenging Conventional Models

Nina, Daniel.
June 4, 2015

Source: Track Two. 7(1).

Nina explores the indigenization of mediation processes in South African communities. In solving conflicts, these communities have built a culture of conflict resolution from elements of traditional practices and formal mediation training. This process has carried them beyond the technical tools used in third-party mediation to a communal approach to problem solving.


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