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Welcome to WMO – a platform that promotes respectful intercultural and non-armed understanding. We believe that „Mediation is a social core skill that lies veiled within each of us.“ By using the term of Mediation, we want you to understand that Mediation is not a single method but more likely a conglomerate of diverse competencies and skills. By promoting a constructive dialogue within an area of mutual respect and non-escalated armed conflict (previously named: ‘culture of peace‘), it is intended to make the individual reflect in order to identify a personal’s point of view, to raise awareness towards social and political conceptions, and to communicate knowledge that may assist in creating enduring solutions to conflicts and tensions created by human interactions, states and organizations.

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We try to equip individuals as well as future generations in general with tools of Critical Thinking and Conflict Resolution Competencies by offering a free educational program that is available to everybody. Reaching everybody means that Prof. Erdmann created an educational concept that is acceptable and practical within every type of culture. This cross-border and cross-cultural training does not intend to impose a western style of Applied Mediation on another culture, but it deals with a sensible core, or the point within the circle. This core emulsifies with the cultural background and language of the student and allows him or her to become a unique inner border professional. In this way, WORLD MEDIATION ORGANIZATION is able to offer the only worldwide achievable training that respects and works with global diversity. We believe that „Ignorance is no acceptable option.“ Read more

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Daniel Erdmann

Daniel Erdmann

Status: WMO Director

Marina Khamitsevich

Marina Khamitsevich

Status: WMO Continental Advisor

Roberto M. Rodriguez

Roberto M. Rodriguez

Status: WMO Continental Advisor

Mario Appiano

Mario Appiano

Status: WMO Continental Advisor

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Conflict Resolution in Land Use Planning

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2. January 2019

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30. December 2018

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30. December 2018

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30. December 2018

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30. December 2018

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30. December 2018

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30. December 2018

Classification of Mediation

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30. December 2018

CHT Problem – History of crisis and attempts to resolve

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19. December 2018

How the case of a journalist Barbara became a social phenomenon

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18. December 2018

MEDIATION AND ETHICS

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17. December 2018

Communication, Conflicts and Mediation: A Personal Reflection

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17. December 2018

A mediator’s mindfulness for dealing with conflict

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13. December 2018

IMPEDIMENTS TO CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN SYRIA

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8. December 2018

THE TWO FACES OF CONFLICT AND THEIR OUTCOME

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7. December 2018

DEBT MEDIATION – FOR A DEBT FREE WORLD

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28. November 2018

Mindful Conflict Management in Hong Kong and China

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23. October 2018

ADR in civil procedure of Bangladesh

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24. September 2018

Moldova – Transnistria Conflict Report

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22. September 2018

Naming Conflict between Macedonia and Greece

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19. September 2018

Healing the Wounds: Post-Conflict Mediation in Sudan

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19. September 2018

How White Privilege can be Perpetuated in Mediation

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11. September 2018

The Conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea: An Assessment and Potential Solutions

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11. September 2018

Peace Operations in West Africa: ECOWAS Successes and Failures in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau

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11. September 2018

UNAMID and MONUSCO, the Two Most Expensive UN Peacekeeping Operations: How Close Are They to Achieve Their Objectives?

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10. September 2018

Shalish (Mediation) for Rural Bangladesh

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30. August 2018

Elder Mediation: Beneficial Business Model and Opportunity

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29. July 2018

Mediation model rule for commercial disputes

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14. July 2018

How to Administer Intelligence to a Global Order

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2. July 2018

Should we not mix politics and sport?

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1. July 2018

US withdraws from the JCPAO (Iranian Nuclear Deal): Comments and future possibilities

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30. June 2018

Gender Differences in Communication

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14. June 2018

Restorative justice and reconciliation agenda in Brazil

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13. June 2018

The US leaves the Paris Agreement – Crisis or Opportunity

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6. June 2018

Mediation in Context

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6. June 2018

Legal Framework and Structure of the Paris Agreement on an International Plane

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6. June 2018

Universal Law and Piracy

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30. May 2018

Sobre la necesidad de encontrarse en persona

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30. April 2018

No Standards in Mediation

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30. April 2018

Facing the term ‘Peace’

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30. November 2017

Civil Resistance and Cosmetic Treatment of Terrorism

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21. November 2016

About the necessity to meet in person.

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2. November 2015

A misConception of Conflict?

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