Mediation: a way to work it out
Mediation with the Community Justice Centre
- listen to your concerns and clarify the issues
- assess if your dispute is suitable for mediation
- suggest options, strategies and negotiation techniques which may help you to resolve the situation
- contact the other person to arrange mediation, with your permission
- offer you a participant workbook to help organise your thoughts
- arrange an interpreter if required.
Mediation is voluntary. The CJC can invite people to participate, but cannot force anyone to attend.
Types of disputes
- court or tribunal matters
- disputes about money
- neighbourhood disputes over fences, pets, noise, trees or property damage
- conflict between members of a club or association
- disputes between colleagues or committee members
- commercial matters
- conflict among extended family
- disputes involving social media.
Last updated: 30 November 2021
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