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Seminar with National Specialised Bodies to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination on Mediation and Other Forms of Dispute Resolution in Cases of Racism and Racial Discrimination: Report

Anonymous, Lydie
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance, Council of Europe

The aim of this seminar was to provide specialised bodies with a theoretical and
methodological framework in the field of mediation. At the same time the seminar also addressed other methods of dispute resolution, in order to provide specialised bodies with further tools to make informed decisions on which method of dispute resolution is the most effective and appropriate when they are confronted with cases of racism and racial discrimination. Special emphasis was put on the exchange of good practices, including concrete case studies in this field. (excerpt)


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