College of Mediators Annual Conference – CALL FOR WORKSHOPS
London South Bank University, Thursday, 15th June 2017
The College of Mediators will celebrate its 21st birthday in 2017. Our annual conference will address issues around mediation coming of age and will also be a celebration of high standards in mediation practice.
This conference will be as relevant to newly trained mediators as the more experienced among us. It will be suitable for all fields of mediation practice – community, family, workplace, civil/commercial, intergenerational, SEND and more. Therefore, we welcome a wide variety of workshop applications on the general theme of mediation coming of age.
Each application should contain the following:
- Applicant details – name, role, organisation, postal address, landline, mobile and email address
- Short description for conference publicity (approx. 80 words)
- Long description (approx. 500 words) – who is it suitable for? what are the objectives and intended outcome? what is the content? what is the programme?
- Brief biography of presenter (approx. 80 words)
Workshops will last for 60 minutes. Please send Word documents only. Include contact details for two people who may be contacted for additional, independent information about your workshop delivery style.
Please email proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, 31st January 2017.
Each workshop facilitator will be entitled to one free place at the conference and workshop facilitators’ reasonable travel expenses will be paid.
If you have any queries please contact the Co-ordinator, Laura Mackey, on 07557 987449 or email@example.com
Cross Border Family Mediation
Cross Border Family Mediators http://www.crossbordermediator.eu/, which includes several College of Mediators members, has produced a wonderful short film to publicise the work of family mediators working in cross border cases. The video is available in various languages. Here is the English version; please share it with your colleagues and anyone who may be interested to know more about cross border mediation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3REL8zwnoXE