Laws on Mediation passed in the Russian Parliament.
14/07/2010 The Council of Federation approved Russian President’s bills on mediation. After previous discussions and adoption of the bills by the State Duma it was the last step for the draft-law, which after signing by Dmitriy Medvedev will come into force January 1, 2011
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Training Family Mediation
September 23-27, 2010 - training "Family Mediation" by Lisa Parkinson (Moscow, Russia)
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20 years of Israeli mediation
“the 20th anniversary of institutionalization of mediation in Israel: revolution that failed and the development prospects”.
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Moscow Welcomes Mediators from All Over the World!
The conference will take place in Moscow between 17- 19 October 2013. The leading world-renowned experts in mediation as well as representatives of commercial and legal community will take part in the conference.
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Dmitry Medvedev approved the Plan for Developtment of Mediation Network
Dmitry Medvedev approved the Plan for Developtment of Mediation Network
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27.07.2010 Laws on Mediation adopted.
The new legislation on mediation was adopted by the President of Russian Federation on July 27, 2010.
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Diana Wallis stands for Election of the President of the EU Parliament
Vice-president of the European Parliament Diana Wallis, known as an active supporter of mediation in the European Union and outside its borders, will stand as a candidate for the elections of the EP president, which are to be held at the plenary session in Strasbourg on January, 17.
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Tsisana Shamlikashvili Entered Russia’s Top-10 Legal Professionals
President of the Center for Mediation and Law Tsisana Shamlikashvili entered Russia’s Top-10 legal professionals, according to survey conducted by “Russian Reporter” magazine and Russian Public Opinion Research Center.
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Tsisana Shamlikashvili gave a lecture at Harvard
In her lecture she covered a brief history of mediation in Russia and addressed some of the difficulties faced by this method of alternative dispute resolution on its way to integration into Russian legal culture.
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